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Crave by Neat Places
Crave are a café/social enterprise that give all of their profits back to the community.
High St to Home: Get the look of Morningside's Crave cafe
A weekend favourite of Auckland suburb Morningside, Crave cafe has a unique vision with an eclectic style to match.
Morningside for life: How Crave cafe reinvests in its neighbourhood
Alice Webb-Liddall from The Spinoff talks to Crave manager and co-founder Nigel Cottle about the neighbourhood-orientated social enterprise.
Crave Café by Denizen
Not for profit endeavours are often shrouded by a double standard — our expectations of what might be offered are lowered by the fact that it’s all for a good cause.
Craving Change for India
They’re just a bunch of “crazy people”. Crazy people who swapped making coffees in their local Kingsland café Crave for a sixteen-day trip to India, as part of the charity Mad For Change. The charity, which aims to alleviate poverty and prostitution in Kolkata, is working in conjunction with the aid...
Peter Calder: Rediscovering the greater good
60s-sounding collective looking at ways for community to make connections, with no profit motive in sight. They served paella at Crave Cafe on Saturday evening. For 400. For free. As a business model, it doesn't exactly have "certain to succeed" written all over it. But Crave is no ordinary business....