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The Warehouse Café wins The Orange Seed Project!

After being short-listed as one of the top ten finalists in this year’s The Orange Seed Project, UnitingCare West is delighted to announce that The Warehouse Café has won the major prize!

The café was awarded the prize at an ‘orange-tie’ event on Wednesday 5 November at the State Theatre in Perth. Café participants Donald and Alex both spoke about the café and were thrilled to help staff members receive the award.

This fantastic prize includes $50,000 worth of marketing services from Jack in the Box, $50,000 advertising sponsorship package from The West Australian plus a $5,000 cash donation and $10,000 Community Service Announcement package from Channel 7. The judges for the project included the CEO of Jack in the Box, Scott Robinson, Marketing Director of The West Australian, Susan Parker and ex-West Coast Eagles coach and player, John Worsfold.

The Warehouse Café is an activity for social benefit and provides opportunities for people living with disabilities to increase their skills in a business setting. This wonderfully generous prize will go towards promoting The Warehouse Café throughout the wider Perth community, increasing its sustainability and being able to provide more opportunities for training and building life skills for our participants. 

The team at the Warehouse Café and UnitingCare West would like to thank everyone who voted for them in this year’s The Orange Seed Project, the contribution of your time has been greatly appreciated.

The Warehouse Café is located at 221 Onslow Road, Shenton Park and is open from 7am – 3pm Monday through Friday. For more information about the café click here or phone 6336 8603.