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Coffee for a Cause returns in 2019

Coffee for a Cause is a Youth Focus initiative held during WA Mental Health Week. This year, we’ve recruited local Perth artist, Naomi Craigs to create bright, engaging coffee cup artwork aligned to the Mental Health Week theme: Mental health is where we live, learn, work and play. Mental Health Week is a national week celebrated each year around World Mental Health Day on 10 October.

We’re asking everyone to consider donating the cost of their next coffee to save a young life from suicide. Text the word COFFEE to 0437 371 371 to donate $4 or click here to make a donation online.

Here’s where you can get your hands on limited-edition environmentally friendly coffee cups and our new range of reusable glass cups between 6 to 13 October:

Fig & Ivy, Byford

Standby Espresso, Mount Lawley

Barasta Coffee, roaming

Bella Gina Café, East Perth

BOO Espresso, Perth

BOOtoo, Perth

Henry Little, Yagan Square

The Shoe Bar and Cafe, Yagan Square

Jersey Jack Gelato, Yagan Square

Halo Espresso, South Perth

Source Foods, Perth

Cocolat Raine Square, Perth

Mary St Bakery, various locations

Botanical Cafe, Kings Park

Rosso Espresso, Perth

City Farm Cafe, East Perth

Recess Coffee, Perth

Bread in Common, Fremantle

Alex Hotel, Perth

il Lido, Cottesloe

Swish Coffee Brewers, Perth

Barista 235, Perth

Caffeintrix, Perth

Brewed, Victoria Park

Cibo Sano, Melville

La Farina, Melville

Mokaffe, Mt Hawthorn

May Street Larder, Mt Hawthorn

Xpresso Lane Cafe, Bassendean

Patisserie 1900, Forrestfield

Muzz Buzz, Girrawheen

Extreme Bean, Girrawheen

Rubra Coffee, O’Connor

Rubra on the Go, Middle Swan & Hilton

Rubra on the Swan, Perth

Crema Cafe, West Perth

Kinky Lizard Espresso Bar, East Perth

Gordon St Garage, West Perth

Mano a Mano Coffee, West Perth

Teede & Co, Albany

Paper Avenue Cafe, Joondalup

Blasta Brewing, Burswood

Vans Cafe, Cottesloe


For more information or to be involved, please email here.

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