By not only supporting the farmers who grow their coffee – their work with Peruvian farmers supports female victims of domestic abuse, and they source from a farm in Tanzania which supports land mine victims and young people not in education or training – but by putting all profits towards helping London's homeless get off the streets. Once in the UK, the beans are roasted by people who are homeless before being sent to the business's coffee shops and vans across the UK – these employees are paying the London Living Wage and supplied with a bank account and therapy support.
The environment is supported to; solar panels are used when making Change Please's coffee, its waste coffee grounds are converted to bio fuel, and all of its cups are bio-degradable. These ethics don't come at the cost of quality or taste; the brand has won countless awards, including Best New Social Enterprise and Best Coffee 2016 at the World Beverage Innovation Awards. The judges of the New Producer Awards were blown away by their commitment to not leaving any stone unturned, and never compromising.