Top Ten Fundraising Ideas
Need some inspiration before UK Coffee Week begins? Check out our definitive top ten list of fundraising ideas that you can do in your coffee shop during the week.
Do you have a unique idea that you just can't wait to share? Please let us know and we'll make sure we shout about it on the run up to UK Coffee Week!
Some coffee shops even go as far as 10p or 20p from every coffee! It's completely up to you.
Coffee shops will raise an average of £100 by donating this way across UK Coffee Week. See what you can achieve!
You will get a Guess the Beans/Origin card in your UK Coffee Week marketing materials kit, as well as a white marker pen to write.
Set the entry cost at £1 or £2, and you could fundraise over £100 during the week?
Your fundraising materials kit will contain a prize item in the form of a French Press, donated to each participant by our Home Brew sponsors, Bodum.
We've had waterfall cupcakes, droplet biscuits, tumeric lattes and more on the menu for UK Coffee Week in the past!
Move your fundraising into the evening by hosting an interactive coffee cocktail making workshop with your customers.
Ticket the event with all or a percentage of proceeds going to Project Waterfall!
Teach your customers the basics of tulips, ferns and swans with this hands-on workshop.
As with the Coffee Cocktail Night, charge an entry fee for the class and donate all or a percentage of proceeds to Project Waterfall.
With so many flavours and profiles of coffee out there, use this to your advantage and host a cupping session for both staff and customers to attend. You could even profile a selection of coffees from the country that Project Waterfall funds will support this year!
Led by Atkinson's Coffee Roasters and hosted by Foundation Coffee in Manchester, the Northern Latte Art Throwdown pitted baristas from shops across northern counties to crown "The King in the North (of latte art)".
If you have a community of coffee shops and baristas, why not get together and host a party or throwdown of your own!
Led by Filament Coffee, seven coffee shops across Edinburgh, known collectively as the Disloyal 7, organised a coffee crawl with customers around their stores, hosting a different activity at each venue.
From cuppings to latte art, guests on this crawl went away feeling fully caffeinated, and with a deeper understanding of Project Waterfall and UK Coffee Week.