Our solidarity coffee shops
OUR SOLIDARITY COFFEE SHOPS
Rennes - Paris - Tours - Lyon - Bordeaux - Montpellier - Nantes - Brussels - Lisbon
Our cheerful team members welcome you in our coffee shops in France and are now expanding internationally with the opening of Brussels in Belgium and Lisbon in Portugal. The adventure continues!
All our recipes are home-made with fresh and seasonal products. Every week a different menu and a veggie menu awaits you! Come and visit us in our inclusive coffee shop.
TROUVER UN CAFÉ JOYEUX EN FRANCE
FIND A HAPPY COFFEE SHOP
100% OF THE PROFITS CONTRIBUTE
employment and training for the mentally and cognitively handicapped in our cafés-restaurants Joyeux served from the heart
FRESH AND SEASONAL PRODUCTS
everything is home-made every day
COOKED AND SERVED FROM THE HEART
by our cheerful team members
DISCOVER OUR ONLINE COFFEE SHOP
OF EMPLOYEES WITH DISABILITIES
Our happy house wants to turn difference into strength. After an initial assessment, our "happy team members" are all recruited and trained by a team of specialists in HR, management, cooking and specialist educators.
At the end of their training, the happy team members join the Cafés Joyeux on a permanent basis. Depending on their abilities, and always supervised by caring managers, they work in various restaurant jobs: reception, cashier, kitchen, and room service.
in Rennes, Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon, Tours, Montpellier, Nantes, Brussels, Lisbon and Cascais
JOYFUL TEAM MEMBERS
with mental and cognitive disabilities
MANAGERS AND CATERING PROFESSIONALS
accompany and train them
CAFÉ JOYEUX ALSO MARKETS A BRAND OF COFFEE, TEA AND HERBAL TEA
You can order coffee capsules, coffee beans, ground coffee, but also teas, herbal teas and "happy objects" online.
SOLIDARITY ORDER THAT CONTRIBUTES TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
ALL OF OUR COFFEES ARE ROASTED IN FRANCE
HOME DELIVERY IN 48 HOURS
CUSTOMER SERVICE BY TELEPHONE
AN INCLUSIVE AND SUPPORTIVE CONCEPT FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
In France, 700,000 people are diagnosed as having autism spectrum disorders and 65,000 have Down's syndrome. They are two to three times more affected by unemployment than the rest of the population. Only 0.5% of people with intellectual disabilities work in the mainstream.
2017: birth of the first café-restaurant Café Joyeux, which employs and trains people with disabilities.
Our ambition is to make disability visible and to encourage encounters by offering work in an ordinary environment to people who are far from employment. Café Joyeux aims to be an ordinary company.