As you know, Just Small Change is a microfinance charity that supports some of the poorest parts of the world. Peter and Jane Donaghue founded the organisation in 2011 and we are proud to call the couple as firm friends of ours. We are equally proud to support the charity, and we have donated to the organisation through lots of varied ways including a percentage of the money raised from the sales of our bottled water. We are always pleased to hear of success stories from the charity, and we’re delighted to now present another positive update from Kisumu in Kenya.
Charity work is engrained into Coinadrink’s DNA, and we have worked with some excellent organisations throughout our 55 year history. Acorns Children’s Hospice is who we are currently working with, and we have already raised considerable funds over the years. Now, we are delighted to say that we have added a whopping £4000 to our overall figure, thanks to the money we raised from our recent party night in January.
We regularly speak of our charitable nature, and much of our 55 year history has stemmed around raising money for some fantastic organisations. Just Small Change is one that we are currently supporting, and we hold a very special relationship with both Peter and Jane Donaghue who founded the organisation in 2011. Peter and Jane recently joined us at our 55th party night back in January, and we regard them as firm friends of ours.
We remain a charitable company, and we were always determined to tie our efforts into party night. A dedicated prize draw and auction was carried out, and a massive £5500 was raised for both Acorns Children’s Hospice and Just Small Change combined. This is a great achievement by everyone involved, so it’s a very well done! Read more
Get your calendars out, because we’re excited to say that party night is now just 10 days away! New Year has started with a bang, and everyone has been working hard to ensure that the evening in question will be a great night for all. As you’re aware, party night is a celebration of our 55th birthday, and is a sign of our gratitude to our staff, suppliers and customers. Without each and every one, Coinadrink would not have enjoyed such longevity, and certainly wouldn’t have experienced such success.
Every year we tie our name to some excellent organisations, and 2017 has seen us work with both Acorns Children’s Hospice and Just Small Change. As the year winds down, it’s pleasing to receive some positive feedback about just how far our efforts have travelled, and the latest recognition comes all the way from Kenya courtesy of Just Small Change.
Christmas is coming round fast, which means so is our staff party night. When we come back to work in the New Year, there will only be four weeks before our big celebration on Saturday 27th January 2017. Its set be a great night where all our staff members and their families come together to celebrate the 55-year success of Coinadrink Limited. Such longevity has been just reward for hard work and a customer-centric approach, and we will be celebrating in a way that has always been familiar to us: through charity.
Coinadrink recently celebrated 55 years of history that has been enriched with quality, innovation and a customer-centric approach. Right from the word ‘go’ back in 1962, we have understood the importance of workplace refreshments, and can tailor our services to offer premium hot and cold drinks, snacks, fresh food and water machines and coolers to each individual business. On January 27th 2018, we will be hosting a party to celebrate our 55 years, and it wouldn’t be a standard Coinadrink event if our chosen charities didn’t feature somewhere…
Coinadrink are extremely passionate about charity work, and we always try and help out whenever we can. That’s why were absolutely delighted when we hear of success stories thanks to our good work, and it drives us to continue in the same manner for the future.
We have been contributing towards a group of ladies going under the name Ladies for a Better Life, doing so through the sales of our bottled water for our bottled water coolers. These women, based in the Western parts of Kenya, face the issue of poverty on a day to day basis and such a challenge brings a long list of issues that nobody should have to confront.
Collectively they have aimed to improve their livelihood by running small scale businesses, drawing inspiration from the name of the group as they strive to make a real go of it. Such troubling circumstances for these women can sometimes get them down, but the positive attitude on a whole is simply wonderful.
Take a look below for a more detailed description on the individuals we have helped;
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