Kingsley’s Hatched Coffee to host fundraiser for Perth Children’s Hospital


Sarah Mapley and Caitlyn Sanders from Hatched Coffee Shop. Picture: Martin Kennealey d482994
Sarah Mapley and Caitlyn Sanders from Hatched Coffee Shop. Picture: Martin Kennealey d482994

AFTER finally realising her dream, it is time for Sarah Mapley to give back.

Last month Ms Mapley opened Hatched Coffee in Kingsley – a cafe for fellow mums.

“We have an indoor toddler area for kids under three,” she said.

“It’s fenced so they can run around.

“We also have lots of high chairs.”

With opening the coffee shop and drive-through, Ms Mapley said she wanted to hold quarterly fundraisers.

Her first choice is Perth Children’s Hospital.

“My little boy from age one to four was in and out of Princess Margaret Hospital with undiagnosed seizures,” she said.

“As a mother with a fly-in-fly-out partner at the time, I had to do everything on my own and they were fantastic.

“I now have healthy children but I know a lot of sick kids will be moving to the new hospital.

“Re-starting somewhere new is faced with challenges for many and I’d like to thank the doctors and nurses for the hours of support.

“From Monday to Saturday, customers can pop in from noon to 3pm, buy a cup of coffee or tea and donate what they would normally pay for a piece of cake, muffin or slice from our range to the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation instead, while daily stocks last.”

Hatched Coffee is open from 8.30am to 3pm Mondays to Saturdays, with the drive-through open from 7am.

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