easyCoffee offers help to the homeless
Over the last few months easyCoffee have partnered up with Depaul who support homeless people in the streets of London, by setting up a cafe style kitchen in their new headquarters in SE1. This will service the Depaul team and their visitors in their daily coffee needs. easyCoffee is working closely with Depaul to train their staff to barista level. Depaul will then use the facilities to help some of their trainees who were or are currently homeless get back on their feet by being trained in this daily environment of a typical cafe.
Depaul’s Vision is of a society in which everyone has a place to call home and a stake in their community. Depaul’s Mission is to end homelessness and change the lives of those affected by it.
With easyCoffee‘s roll out plan we aim to help these trainees work at easyCoffee where possible.
CEO Nathan Lowry and the easyCoffee team attended the launch of the new building for Depaul which features an easyCoffee shop. They met with the Deputy Mayor, the Duchess of Norfolk, trustees and the chief executive.
The Endeavour Centre at Depaul gives young people help and hope and the team were very thankful and effusive in their praise within all the hard work that has gone into the design, set-up of the shop and training. Depaul look to continue the relationship with us with training young people as the Barista’s of the future!