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www.southwellsuk.com Change Please coffee, empowered by The Big Issue, is available now


Almost two years since the unveiling of the first Change Please mobile coffee cart in November 2015, backed by The Big Issue, the social enterprise coffee specialist has taken another step forward in helping the homeless by launching its acclaimed coffee into Sainsbury’s stores nationwide. The premium, speciality-graded coffee is available in over 375 Sainsbury’s stores including Cockermouth and will continue to provide income for the homeless throughout the country, with all profits being used to reduce homelessness across the UK.


The in-store launch follows the success of the mobile coffee carts that in under two years, have grown from one cart in Covent Garden, to eight carts scattered throughout the capital city, with a further seven permanent locations.


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Change Please, which is backed by The Big Issue, provides former homeless people with a home to rent and a full London living wage, whilst they are trained as baristas to run the coffee carts. Each barista spends six months on the cart, learning valuable vocational and social skills to help them re- enter society and move on to full-time work, with the assistance of numerous partners of the programme. Since the launch, Change Please has helped 35 formerly homeless people totally transform their lives, with a full intervention that includes housing support, bank accounts, a living wage job, therapy and full emotional support. Once the training programme is complete, the employees return back to the mainstream world of work and all remaining revenues are put back into the project, with the figure currently over £655,000.


Expanding into Sainsbury’s stores nationwide, the coffee, which will carry its distinct characteristics, flavours and aromas, will include stories about the people it has helped on the packaging, making it a truly unique product. Thomas Noble, started working for Change Please in 2017 and has


used the programme to help put an end to him sleeping rough. His story features on one of the new coffee bags: “When I first heard about Change Please, I thought it was a fantastic idea because I know a lot of homeless people who need help. Now I’m in a position where I have some


valuable skills and the knowledge of an industry I have grown to love.


“A new chance at life, a family, friends and a job I love. I've made a lot of mistakes in my life, I never thought I’d make it past 30. Now I'm 34, I have my own flat and best of all, I can have a chance to succeed and have a nice productive successful life with all the support anyone could ever ask for. Change Please means LIFE for me, I wouldn't be here now without them, I know this for sure.”


There will be three distinct flavours, hand- selected by Change Please baristas. From Tom’s very own blend with tasting notes of dark chocolate and caramel, balanced with hits of honeyed plum and maraschino cherry, to Lucy’s milk chocolate blend, with hints of buttery vanilla, hazelnut and caramel. These are complemented with an elegant Ethiopian single origin blend, that boasts subtle floral notes, gentle citrus acidity and a crisp finish.


Cemal Ezel, the founder of Change Please, described the announcement as: “A huge step forward to helping the current state of homelessness in the country. We have built this social enterprise on being a ‘pick me up, not a hand out’ for the people involved and it is their hard work that has got their lives moving in the right direction.


“Change Please aims to create a real win win situation, knowing that we’re continuing to feed the consumer demand for high quality coffee but on a much wider scale now through the consumer product, we can make an even bigger impact on this country’s homelessness problem.”


19 OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE 419 PAGE 64


CHANGE PLEASE SERVES HOPE TO HOMELESS WITH PHENOMENAL GROWTH IN TWO YEARS


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