The Allegra Foundation runs an Art Competition to raise funds for Project Waterfall, which aims at bringing clean, drinking water to communities around the world.
The Coffee Art Project is the exciting art competition linked to the theme of coffee and is one of the core fundraising initiatives of UK Coffee Week™ 2017.
The competition showcases the creativity and talents of emerging and established artists, while engaging a deep spirit of community among those who share a passion for great coffee! Both up-and-coming and established artists are invited to submit an original piece of artwork that represents a creative, unique and personal connection to the concept of ‘coffee’ or a ‘coffee shop experience’.
One of our PopUp Painters has been busy again. Miguel has been chosen to display his artwork during the London Coffee Festival. Which is an exciting and a great opportunity. This unique project gives artists the opportunity to be part of a growing creative community with a passion for coffee whilst raising money for their chosen charity: Project Waterfall.
So far, Project Waterfall, has raised more than £520,000 and delivered clean water to over 20,000 people in Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Nicaragua in partnership with WaterAid, Charity: Water and Water for People.