Project Waterfall brings clean water, sanitation and education to coffee-growing communities across the world. Since 2011, Project Waterfall has raised over £1 million and changed more than 50,000 lives in Nicaragua, Tanzania, Rwanda, Vietnam, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia.
As the charity of choice for the coffee industry, they're working to end the water crisis in our lifetime as we're incredibly proud to support them at Caravan by donating the profits from every filtered water served across Caravan Restaurants to Project Waterfall.
You can learn more about their work, or get involved, at projectwaterfall.org.
Caravan Restaurants are proud to continue our partnership with Kitchen Social with whom we were able to raise over £19,000 in donations from our loyal guests who added £1 to their bills in 2019.
In 2019 an estimated 400,000 children across London were in food insecurity, of these only 196,000 will qualify for the new Government food voucher scheme during the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning at least 200,000 children will go hungry. Through this partnership, we had the pleasure of working in conjunction with the Felix Project in which some of our dedicated community champions volunteered their time at Prospex, Islington, where we served some of our Caravan Classics to the children using the hub. More so than ever, Kitchen Social which is a program coordinated by the Mayor’s Fund are in desperate need for our support, we will continue to champion the work that they do and show our support by inviting our guests to once again add £1 on their bill which of course is optional and can be opted out from.
Recently we were also able to provide one of our restaurants, Caravan Fitzrovia as filming location for Kitchen Social;