The Coffee Club offers all frontline workers a free coffee amid Coronavirus pandemic

The Coffee Club has announced it will be offering all frontline workers a free coffee with any take-away meal, in appreciation of their efforts keeping communities operational and safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

 

The free coffee is available to all essential workers including those in aged care, education, healthcare and retail industries. 

 

The Coffee Club CEO Nick Bryden said a free coffee is just a small way for their stores to say thank you to all community members on the frontline who are working through these tough times. 

 

“During this time, it’s more important than ever for us to show solidarity and help each other.  We see this as a great opportunity to support frontline workers, while they support us and our network of small businesses,” Mr Bryden said.

 

“What better way to say thank you, than to offer a free coffee when they pop by for breakfast or to take-away with their lunch.”

 

The free coffee is available with any meal ordered ahead via phone or in-store for takeaway at any of The Coffee Club’s cafes across the country. Workers need to simply show proof of workplace ID, uniform, badge or staff card.

 

This initiative is one of several launched by The Coffee Club, with the brand now offering customers access to many grocery items for pick up through ‘The Coffee Club Pantry’ initiative.

 

The Coffee Club Pantry favourites include coffee beans, bread, milk, bacon rashers, sweet potato chips, haloumi cheese, potato wedges, sliced cheese, eggs, chicken nuggets and tortilla wraps, to name a few.

 

The initiative provides customers with the opportunity to take home shopping essentials in bulk that have been stripped from supermarket shelves. All orders are to be arranged directly with local stores.

 

The Coffee Club stores not connected with a delivery service are still open and are accepting orders over the phone for pick up, with measures taken to ensure safe social distancing.