|3 Mar 2023|
As part of our Young Enterprise project at the school, four students have decided to sell reusable coffee cups which are available on our shop.
The black chic cup made as a representation of Winchester is made with recycled materials and has a lower environmental impact than cups made from virgin materials. This cup helps reduce waste and conserve resources, making it an environmentally friendly and stylish option for your coffee or tea on-the-go. The sleek black design of the cup is both modern and elegant. It's perfect for use in a professional setting, or for everyday use. The cup is made with durable materials, so it can withstand multiple uses and is easy to clean. The lid is designed to keep your beverage hot or cold for longer, and it features a secure twist-on design to prevent spills or leaks. It costs less than single-use cups do after accumulation and additionally using a reusable cup, you can save money and reduce waste at the same time. This is a great way to make a positive impact on the environment while enjoying your favourite beverages. The 75% recycled Winchester black chic cup is a stylish and sustainable choice for customers who care about the environment and want to make a positive impact with their daily choices.
The design was created by the students, and 10% of the profits will be going to the school charities:
An American charity (not for profit) that supports women and men with birth control options, sexual health care, abortion advice, cancer screenings.
Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART)
HART is committed to serving people in need, especially those who are or who have been suffering from oppression and persecution. Our twofold remit combines aid and advocacy; providing resources for humanitarian aid and serving as advocates for those with whom we work, who often are neglected by international media and unable to communicate with the wider world.
By providing sustainable help to families in Darfur, Sudan we hope to transform lives in the long term. Our Kids for Kids Goat Loans give nutrition to children and provides mothers with income to pay for medicines, food, schooling, and emergencies: helping people help themselves sustainably. A specialist goat loan can be accessed by some of the poorest 15 percent of families in each Kids for Kids village. They are lent six goats to provide milk immediately for the children and to enable mothers to have a livelihood as the little flock multiplies. At the end of two years six goats are passed on to another poor family, and so on.
If you would like to buy a cup, they are available on our shop.