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14th Jan 2022

Bray café to donate percentage of coffee sales to Women’s Aid this weekend

Katy Thornton

catalyst coffee cup on beach

Catalyst coffee in Bray will donate 10% of their coffee sales from the weekend to Women’s Aid in memory of Ashling Murphy.

Just as Sligo’s Sweet Beat Café opted to donate their proceeds from Friday, Catalyst Coffee will also now donate part of their sales from this weekend to Women’s Aid. After news broke of 23 year old teacher Ashling Murphy’s death, many took to Instagram to share their condolences in the wake of such a terrible tragedy.

Catalyst coffee shared this Instagram post and message:

This weekend we will be donating 10% of all coffee sales to @womens.aid with our family at Imbibe. We are doing this in light of the tragic events that have taken place this week, we offer our deepest condolences to the friends and family of Ashling Murphy. Women’s Aid has been working to stop domestic violence against women and children since 1974 and does amazing work for Irish women. Imbibe will also be donating 10% of all website sales to this cause.”

The post highlights the incredible work that Women’s Aid do, and have done since 1974.

Catalyst coffee sources their coffee from Imbibe, a Dublin based coffee roastery; Imbibe will also donate 10% of all website sales to Women’s Aid. If you’re in need of a coffee, or just want to do something to help, consider popping into Catalyst this weekend.

You can also donate straight to Women’s Aid HERE.

Header image via Instagram/catalystcoffee_

READ ON: Sligo’s Sweet Beat café to donate takings from beverage sales today to Women’s Aid