The Coffee Club today announced their new range of colourful babycino karma cups, which are now available at all Queensland stores to help raise funds for the Children’s Hospital Foundation Australia. $1 from each cup sold will help fund ongoing treatments and long stays of little patients in the Royal Children’s Hospital.
Babycinos are free at The Coffee Club and are proving more popular than ever with young customers, as over 7,000 babycinos are ordered each week across the 140 Coffee Club stores throughout Queensland.
John Lazarou, Director of The Coffee Club, said the group has loved supporting the Children’s Hospital Foundation for the past 13 years and is very excited to launch the range of babycino karma cups as its latest initiative to help raise funds for an extremely worthwhile cause.
“What better way to raise money for the Royal Children’s Hospital, than making something for the kids. Our junior customers can collect and re-use these on each trip to The Coffee Club with mum or dad, all while helping the Children’s Hospital Foundation. They are colourful, fun, lightweight and a nice take home too,” said John.
According to the Children’s Hospital Foundation, the funds raised will also go towards providing fun bedside entertainment to help brighten the day of little patients while they are in hospital.
The Coffee Club are big supporters of the Children’s Hospital Foundation; donating funds raised from The Coffee Club’s Charity Ball and also supporting the Special Children’s Christmas Parties as well as the B105 Christmas Appeal each year.
The babycino karma cups are refillable, reusable and collectable, available in five different colours – pink, purple, green, blue and black.
Last year, The Coffee Club served 364,000 babycinos and 40 million cups of coffee and proudly employs more than 6,000 people nationally. The Coffee Club is open seven days a week with varying trading hours across Australia, depending on location.