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Flexible funding – this project will receive all pledges made by October 4th 2019 at 3:57am

To build coffee carts to provide the homeless with an opportunity to work to better their circumstances.

by Kingdom Coffee Carts in Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

We are a team of two: Jonny and Kayleigh, fast approaching our early 30’s with a deep desire to pioneer a positive change in the community.

According to the BBC, and The Guardian, in 2018, “320,000 people were recorded as homeless in Britain. A rise of 13,000, or 4%, on 2017 figures.”

They claim, “it’s the equivalent to 36 new people becoming homeless every day!”

We understand that people aren’t just statistics and they need our help. In 2019, we want to bring a positive impact that helps those individuals find their feet again with hope for a future.

With your investment, we plan to build coffee carts to employ the homeless and provide accommodation, food, work experience and the opportunity to change their circumstances.

On top of this, we’d also like to give 10% of profits to selected charities chosen by you. (We are currently gathering statistics from supporters.)

Our coffee carts will start in the North West, UK.

We hope to make the city of Liverpool our first point of call and expand the project from there.

We need your help and support to get us going with our first cart.

We will need to raise enough funds for the likely conversion of a mini van, including plumbing, interior, a quality coffee machine, stock, and advertisement.

Imagine that your daily coffee on your commute to work or your lunch break could literally change lives.

We can’t wait and we look forward to partnering with you!!! 

If you have any questions,

Please don’t hesitate to ask! 

Thank you,

Jonny and Kay :)

Article References.

www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/education-46289259

www.theguardian.com/society/2018/nov/22/at-least-320000-homeless-people-in-britain-says-shelter

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