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The aim of our group is to offer support to the homeless and vulnerably housed in Cambridgeshire.
Small teams of volunteers take out donated items of hot drinks, food, toiletries, clothing and any items that may bring a bit of comfort to a persons life on the streets.

On our visits, we try to bring a sense of worth and a feeling of comfort to our street friends whether that be in the form of a cup of tea, a warm smile or a friendly chat!
Whether you are a street volunteer or a donator your help and support is gratefully received and greatly appreciated by our friends on the street!

Help us to sprinkle some kindness and let them know we care!

CCH often meet up to 25 street friends on their walk.  I would like to sell and then give the CCH team at least 25 £5 vouchers so each street friend they meet can buy themselves a snack and non-alcoholic drink when they’re hungry or thirsty.

Other Organisations

I can also pass vouchers you purchase onto other supporting organisations. Currently I am partnered with Jimmy’s, The Cyrenians, Wintercomfort , Romsey Mill Family Centre and Cambridge Housing Society (Railway House)

Please email me if you would like your organisation to receive the vouchers.

Please note: no vouchers are posted out. 

 

Thank you for thinking of people in need who would otherwise not be eating any food or enjoying a hot or cold non-alcoholic drink today

The Black Cat Cafe - 2 The Broadway

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https://blackcatcafecambridge.co.uk/index.html

Without the Black Cat cafe's support this project wouldn't exist.

Black Cat Cafe
2 The Broadway
Mill Rd
Cambridge CB1 3AH



Black Cat Cafe is located on Mill Rd over the bridge; a cosmopolitan and vibrant part of Cambridge. A local icon since opening in October 2005, Black Cat has been serving a variety of coffee, specialty tea, smoothies and an assortment of handmade cakes and savoury food.

Black Cat was established to bring the artisan style of food found in New Zealand and Australian cafes to Cambridge. As a consequence, it has become a rendezvous for Mill Rd locals and a haven for New Zealand and Australian ex-pats and travellers desperate for a good slice of handmade cake (some of which we now sell to cafes in London) and a properly made Flat White coffee.

And yes it is true, Black Cat brought the Flat White coffee to Cambridge in 2005.
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