Almond, Plum & Milk Chocolate
Sustainably Sourced from Soa Francisco de Bela Vista, Brazil
This coffee can be enjoyed both black and is really delicious with milk
Maggie Telfer OBE, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bristol Drugs Project for over 37 years died on 12th January 2023, aged 63.
Maggie, along with a group of probation officers, founded Bristol Drugs in 1986 in response to the lack of support for people who used drugs and alcohol in Bristol at that time. Maggie was instrumental in BDP’s early pioneering work in a highly charged city environment. Since then, BDP has led the way as a provider of Bristol’s services for the people, families and communities affected by drugs or alcohol
In honour of International Women's Day 2018, Maggie was voted one of, The 100 most influential women in the West, recognising her drive to challenge the inequality and stigma faced by some of the most vulnerable people in our society.
Fresh strong coffee was the trade-mark of a Maggie meeting, and this is why this collaboration felt so fitting. Money raised will be used to support the Trainee Scheme at BDP. The fund will offer resources to trainees to embrace the interests and activities that bring them joy, and support their well-being as they train to enter the workforce.
Noni it has been brilliant working with you. Your help and support to provide coffee for Maggie Telfers celebration event at BDP and developing so quickly a bespoke Maggie pack for her legacy fund was exceptional. The coffee and service is second to none !