We're happy to announce, as a decent customer we are offering free registration! Please access this, please use the code DECENTP. For more information head to ukcoffeeweek.com or to register straight away go to coffeeweekregistration.com
UK Coffee Week is finally here! And we are thrilled to announce that their BIG Raffle is now OPEN! WIN an @illycoffeeuk coffee machine, a year's supply of speciality coffee beans, a pair of vegan @rensoriginal trainers ... and so so much more!
To kick off UK Coffee Week they're giving away dozens of awesome prizes worth hundreds of pounds in our whopper RAFFLE in aid of charity @project_waterfall 💦
To enter text BEANS21 to 70331
Each text costs just £3 (the same price as a coffee) and counts as one entry. Enter more times for a greater chance of winning! All funds raised go directly to charity @project_waterfall to help provide clean water to coffee-growing communities across the world.
Closes on Sunday 24th at midnight. UK only. Winners will be announced on Monday.
For one spectacular week every year, the coffee industry and its customers come together to celebrate all things coffee while raising funds to give back to the people who grow it. Businesses of all shapes and sizes sign up and fundraise with their customers during the week by donating money from every cup of coffee served, bag of coffee or related products sold, and celebrate by running events and competitions.
Become a sponsor - Give back, not only is UK Coffee Week good for business it’s good for your brand. It gives you the opportunity to create positive experiences that build trust and customer loyalty at a time when ethical commitment and responsibility is increasingly important to customers.
Get your team working together on a campaign that’s both fun and fruitful, one that has them thinking about new ways to entertain and attract customers and gives back to those communities in need.
We here at decent packaging will be giving back 10% to Project Waterfall. Project Waterfall is the charity of choice for the coffee industry, working to end the water crisis through bringing clean water, sanitation and education to coffee-growing communities across the world. 785 million people around the world don’t have access to clean water. The majority live in isolated, rural areas – the same areas growing our coffee.
Project Waterfall brings clean water, sanitation and education to coffee-growing communities across the world. Since 2011, Project Waterfall has raised over £1.5 million and changed more than 70,000 lives in lives in Nicaragua, Tanzania, Rwanda, Vietnam, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia.