uk coffee week will be back 16-22 April 2018

A nationwide celebration of coffee that also raises funds for coffee growing communities.

You can’t make coffee without fresh water - but more importantly we can’t live healthy lives without fresh water either. It is our most precious resource, so I am very proud to be a part of any initiative which extols the virtues of coffee with friends while helping provide fresh water for those who most need it.
— Stephen Fry

Latest News

We are very proud to announce that UK Coffee Week has raised over £335,000 for Project Waterfall, making it the most successful campaign to date! Over 4500 donors and sponsors came together between 10-16 April 2017 to help bring clean drinking water and sanitation to coffee growing communities. 

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What is UK Coffee Week?

UK Coffee Week is a nationwide celebration of coffee that unites the industry with its customers to raise valuable funds for the communities that grow our coffee. 

All funds raised during this week go directly to Project Waterfall, an initiative established to bring clean water and sanitation to coffee growing communities around the world.

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Get Involved

Sign Up

Registration is open! Simply sign up using the link to register below. If you have any questions, please contact Laura Newby at lnewby@allegra.co.uk


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Find out about fundraising efforts from 2017 and get thinking, from donating 5p from every coffee sold to a raffle, there's something for everyone. 


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100% of the funds you raise will support Project Waterfall, providing clean drinking water in coffee growing communities around the Bean Belt.

Project Waterfall

UK Coffee Week is a fundraising campaign with Project Waterfall at its heart, raising money to bring clean water and sanitation to coffee growing communities. in 2017, UK Coffee Week raised over an incredible £335,000. We are excited to continue our journey in helping those who build our industry in 2018. 

Since 2011, we have raised over £800,000 for this incredible cause, changing over 27,000 lives in Nicaragua, Tanzania, Rwanda, Vietnam, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia.

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