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27 Feb2017 Insomnia Fairtrade Project - Youth Centre in Peru

Insomnia Fairtrade Project - Youth Centre in Peru Insomnia Fairtrade Community Projects

Every year, since 2009, we have taken part in Fairtrade Fortnight, where a percentage from each hot beverage sold is donated to our nominated Insomnia Community projects. Thus far, we have raised over €77,000 for these nominated community projects.  

Our last project, which started back in February 2014, raising over €37,182, saw the construction of a student Infirmary and Dispensary for the Hekima Girls School in Bukoba, Tanzania, where malaria is a big issue. The objective for this project was to take care

27 Feb2017 Insomnia Fairtrade Project - Youth Centre in Peru

Insomnia Fairtrade Project - Youth Centre in Peru Insomnia Fairtrade Community Projects

Every year, since 2009, we have taken part in Fairtrade Fortnight, where a percentage from each hot beverage sold is donated to our nominated Insomnia Community projects. Thus far, we have raised over £65,735 for these nominated community projects.  

Our last project, which started back in February 2014, raising over £31,916, saw the construction of a student Infirmary and Dispensary for the Hekima Girls School in Bukoba, Tanzania, where malaria is a big issue. The objective for this project was to take

14 Feb2017 Infirmary project in Tanzania is now successfully operating!

Infirmary project in Tanzania is now successfully operating!

Every year, since 2009, we have taken part in Fairtrade Fortnight, where a percentage from each hot beverage sold is donated to our nominated Insomnia Community projects, to date we have raised over €77,874.

For the past three years, the funds raised during Fairtrade Fortnight have gone directly to the construction of a student Infirmary and Dispensary for the Hekima Girls School in Bukoba, Tanzania, our nominated Fairtrade project. 

The Hekima Girls School is located in the rural village Kashozi, close to Bukoba town. The

08 Feb2017 Home to Brew for me

Home to Brew for me

We opened in Market Cross Shopping Centre Kilkenny today.
This is the first Insomnia Coffee Shop to open in Kilkenny, and a very special one for me, since it’s my home city.

My dad, Bobby Kerr Senior, owned and ran the Newpark Hotel for over 40 years. The Hotel was in the family for 48 years.

The store itself provides a spacious and cosy seating area, offering customers a chance to unwind after a long day’s shopping in the centre.

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