Now in its fourth year, Margaret River's AmnesTEA campaign is in full swing, with sixteen generous local cafes lending their support.
As part of Amnesty Margaret River's ongoing push to defend human rights here and overseas, businesses within the community are displaying their AmnesTEA cups to collect donations to the cause.
Amnesty International Margaret River convenor Rod Whittle was overwhelmed with the support.
"This is the fourth year of AmnesTEA and it is truly wonderful that 16 local cafes have signed up to participate," Mr Whittle said.
"These cafes are hosting our Amnesty cups to collect funds to defend human rights.
"Given COVID 19, the main street upgrades and the significant challenges facing the hospitality sector, their involvement is testament to the joy they bring to the world."
The AmnesTEA cups will be cafes until the end of the month.
Locals are encouraged to enjoy a feel-good cup of coffee or tea at any one of these cafes, and drop their spare coins into the AmnesTEA cups to help defend human rights.
For more information visit www.facebook.com/amnestymargaretriver