Coffee with a Purpose

Carly’s Coffee Couriers (CCC) is a mission based business with a focus on empowerment and inclusion for young people with intellectual disabilities.

Welcome to Carly’s Coffee Couriers

CCC was launched at Stockland’s Shellharbour in April 2018 and to date has received incredible community support.
Finding meaningful employment with a moderate intellectual disability is challenging.

CCC has identified a niche- providing a convenient service that with each delivery changes perceptions about people living with disability.

The CCC Facebook page now has more than 700 local followers who actively and regularly engage, sharing Carly’s journey as she takes her first steps as an entrepreneur.

How It Works

Your days are busy and when you need a coffee and are unable to leave your work station – we have a solution!

Follow these 4 simple steps to order and have your coffee delivered:

  1. Text Carly on 0459 694 752
  2. Please include your name/ your business name / location
  3. The beverage you would like
  4. Include your preferred coffee vendor if you have one
    Carly will reply with the estimated time of delivery (ETD) & the cost of your purchase & promptly deliver to your workplace.

Coffee With a Positive Touch

Challenging perceptions about intellectual disability and promoting inclusion with every delivery!

Coffee with a Purpose

What We Offer

Convenience

Being able to send a text and then within 10 minutes receive the coffee of their choice, from the vendor of their choice is a real boost to their workday morale.

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Convenience

Our customers report that in busy periods Carly’s deliveries have been a life saver.

Being able to send a text and then within 10 minutes receive the coffee of their choice, from the vendor of their choice is a real boost to their workday morale.

Carly has an electronic payment system through PAY ID and has worked hard to provide a professional service.

CCC couriers are  able to be in and out of a customers business in less than 2 minutes

Inclusion

1 in 5 Australians live with a disability that’s more than 4 million people, plus another 2 million who identify as carers Carly has recently trained and employed another 2 young people to work in the initial Stockland’s Shellharbour location.

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Inclusion

It is often difficult for young people with intellectual disabilities to really feel included in their communities; there are a lot of stigmas and stereotypes around the capabilities of these young people.

1 in 5 Australians live with a disability that’s more than 4 million people, plus another 2 million who identify as carers

Carly has recently trained and employed another 2 young people to work in the initial Stockland’s Shellharbour location.

In their distinctive pink and black uniforms, the three young people are recognised and supported by local shoppers and businesses

The all love coming to work and now feel safer and more connected in their local shopping centre.

 CCC has a host of regular customers and Stockland’s Shellharbour management remain supportive of the business and are delighted to have CCC operating out of the centre

  • Most disabilities (85%) are not visible. They can include intellectual, sensory and psychological disability
  • When businesses publicise their accessibility and disability awareness, these inclusive practices increase business and goodwill within the surrounding community

Community Building

CCC couriers enjoy the friendships and connections they have developed with their regular customers and their local networks have increased significantly.

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Community Building

CCC couriers enjoy the friendships and connections they have developed with their regular customers and their local networks have increased significantly.

The launch of CCC was attended by Anna Watson, state member for Shellharbour, the launch and Carly’s story was featured in the Illawarra Mercury and syndicated across regional publications nationally, promoting Shellharbour as an inclusive community.

Many CCC Facebook friends have indicated in their posts other suburbs and locations they would like to see the service available in.

Generally Carly’s deliveries and interaction with local businesses has raised awareness and challenged perceptions about young people intellectual disability in a positive, proactive way.

  • When businesses publicise their accessibility and disability awareness, these inclusive practices increase business and goodwill within the surrounding community

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Where We Currently Serve

Stockland’s Shellharbour Shopping Centre

211 Lake Entrance Rd, Shellharbour City Centre NSW 2529

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