This is where
Kaffee Eis gives back

To show our appreciation to our customers and community we donate 10c per drink (hot or cold) to a local charity that benefits our community.

 The charity changes each month… check out below for this month’s charity, previous months and how much we’ve donated. 

To date, we've given back over $43,000!

This month’s charity is:  Mothers Network Wellington

Mothers Network Wellington is a not-for-profit organisation that has been running in Wellington for 35+ years. Run by mums for mums, we support and connect women facing the changes and challenges of being a mum, and the impact that has on other facets of their life, including their home life, career and sense of well being. Our primary activity is offering 6 week discussion groups, facilitated by mums from our network. We also provide special interest groups to Wellington mums including parenting alone groups, Maori mums groups and working mums groups. We are unique in that we focus entirely on mums needs first, offering empathy and empowerment as they navigate motherhood.

2018 Charities


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January - Donated: $2,129
Multiple Sclerosis Wellington

mswellington.org.nz/

The Wellington Multiple Sclerosis Society (WMS) is a non-profit organisation that provides on-going support, education and advocacy for people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and their support networks. WMS also educates the general public, employers and health professionals about MS. Our Field Workers who work across the Wellington and Wairarapa Regions do much of our work.

MS is a disorder of the central nervous system (CNS) this includes the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. The CNS is responsible for our conscious and unconscious functioning, including movement and the response to sensations such as sight, touch and hearing.

 
 
 
 

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February -  Donated:  $2,125
Kaibosh Food Rescue

kaibosh.org.nz/

Kaibosh rescues quality surplus food from food businesses & provides it to community groups who support people in need. They deliver more than 10 tonnes of fresh, healthy food each month, which equals more than 28,500 meals that would otherwise be needlessly thrown away. They do this at no cost to food donors or community groups.

Every dollar donated means Kaibosh can provide the equivalent of a meal to someone in need.


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March - Donated: $2,429
Stroke Foundation

stroke.org.nz

The Stroke Foundation is the only national charity dedicated to supporting thousands of stroke survivors and their families, and saving New Zealanders from having a stroke. Our team of Community Stroke Advisors helps those affected by stroke get back on their feet. And we promote life-saving messages that teach people how to reduce their risk, or how to recognize a stroke and get help.

Every dollar you give will save a life, or improve a life.


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April - Donated: $2,254

Evolve Youth Service

evolveyouth.org.nz

Evolve Wellington Youth Service is a non-profit organisation that was started by youth, for youth.
We focus on enhancing the wellbeing and development of young people. Evolve offers a range of free and confidential services to support and empower young people in the Wellington community. We recognise the importance of connectedness to community, family, school and peers, and encourage young people to foster resilience and support young people to make positive decisions.


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May - Donated: $2,002

Samaritans Wellington

samaritans.org.nz

Samaritans provide telephone counselling 24/7 for anyone feeling lonely, depressed or suicidal.
Each year more than 500 New Zealanders die by suicide, with thousands more admitted to hospital for intentional self-harm.  Samaritans have been working at the frontline of suicide prevention in Wellington for over 50 years.  Last year Samaritans took over 30,000 calls from people who felt they had nobody else to talk to.  Your donation helps us to continue listening and caring 24/7.


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June

Mothers Network Wellington

mothersnetwork.org.nz

Mothers Network Wellington is a not-for-profit organisation that has been running in Wellington for 35+ years. Run by mums for mums, we support and connect women facing the changes and challenges of being a mum, and the impact that has on other facets of their life, including their home life, career and sense of well being. Our primary activity is offering 6 week discussion groups, facilitated by mums from our network. We also provide special interest groups to Wellington mums including parenting alone groups, Maori mums groups and working mums groups. We are unique in that we focus entirely on mums needs first, offering empathy and empowerment as they navigate motherhood.


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July

Wellington Night Shelter

wellingtonnightshelter.org.nz

Wellington Night Shelter provides crisis and transitional housing for men experiencing homelessness and supports them in their journey towards obtaining safe, sustainable housing solutions.
 The Wellington Night Shelter is open 365 days a year. Our crisis services include a bed for the night, shower and laundry facilities and access to hot drinks and where possible, light food via community donations. We are a first point of contact for men experiencing homelessness and at the very least, we offer a good night’s rest and a chance to start the self-care process again. Our transitional accommodation provides a single room, and semi-independent living with shared facilities, for approximately 3 months. Guests have access to a social worker and individualised support interventions to help them rebuild their life-skills in preparation for moving back into long-term housing, usually working in conjunction with other support agencies.


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August

Wellington Rape Crisis

wellingtonrapecrisis.org.nz

Wellington Rape Crisis provides support services t survivors of sexual violence, along with their family and whānau.
We provide counselling, social work support, advocacy and information, with the aim of ensuring survivors can make informed choices to assist them in healing from the impact and consequences of sexual violence.  Our mission is to see a world free of sexual violence and abuse, and the harm it causes and this is our 40th year of providing services in Wellington to our community working towards this goal.