What's happening at Druglink
1 april 2018
We’re delighted to announce that the Luton ResoLUTiON café, Café Nobar, has joined the Coffee Ethic family. Generously funded by Public Health England and the Big Lottery Fund and with the support of Luton Borough Council, CGL and Druglink, Café Nobar was opened by The Bridge Project, managed by Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity, in August 2016 for training and ResoLUTiON HUB users. The café was then opened to the public in January 2017. Since then the café has been offering volunteering and training opportunities to residents of Luton with the aim of building self-resilience, self- confidence and the skills needed to move back into the workplace. Coffee Ethic will, in partnership with the Bridge, continue to develop this volunteer pathway and we look forward to connecting with the Luton community to achieve this.
2 march 2018
Coffee Ethic was a finalist in the biz4biz Awards 2018, in the Best Corporate and Social Responsibility category. The award is for a business in the community that contributes to sustainable development by delivering economic, social and environmental benefits. We're delighted to have to have been part of this prestigious award.
1 december 2017
Druglink announced today that Sarah Clark and Derek Heath have been promoted to the roles of Joint Chief Executive, having both been part of the Druglink team for a number of years. These are the first Joint Chief Executive roles within Druglink, and Sarah and Derek are taking on the positions having made significant contributions to the growth and development of the charity and its pathway. Both Sarah and Derek will be responsible for providing Executive leadership as well as continuing to perform their current roles - Sarah as Director of Financial and Commercial Operations, Derek as Care and Support Director. Read the full press release here.
24 july 2017
Coffee Ethic was a finalist in the 2017 Hertfordshire Life Food and Drink Awards in the category: Service to the Community. The award looks for food and/or drink-led initiatives that aim to inspire and educate local communities and we'e delighted that the work carried out by Coffee Ethic was recognised by this prestigious award.
26 APRIL 2017
We're delighted that Druglink was a Finalist in the UK Housing Awards 2017 category: An outstanding approach to meeting specialist housing needs. The UK Housing Awards are widely recognised as the leading awards in the sector, highlighting the organisations, individuals and projects that are leading the way in affordable housing - we're extremely happy to be part of this group and that the service we provide through Oxygen Recovery has been recognised.