THE FOUNDER of an innovative breakfast delivery service will hand out meals to the homeless on New Year’s Eve.
Hannah McDuffus, who runs Bed N Breakfasttt, a cooked breakfast delivery service in London, announced that, for a second year, she is on a mission to help “my community”.
Last year, the entrepreneur, with the help of restaurant chain Nando’s, handed out food parcels around her south London borough.
She wrote on Instagram today (December 24): “Nearly a whole year has passed and I’m still on the same mission, peeling sprouts, poaching eggs, flipping pancakes, seasoning chicken (seasoned chicken helps everything btw) and helping my community.
“My ethos hasn’t changed I’m still standing and my business is going from strength to strength! Nothing comes easy and it’s been far from it, but I wouldn’t have this any other way! #blessed.”
Having worked as an educator for 15 years, the self-professed nurturer had seen firsthand the positive impact breakfast had on her own pupils, which inspired the first template of her venture.
Using her own finances, Hannah hosted a free breakfast club for pupils at her school.
“I realised the importance of breakfast, especially the effects it had on behaviour. That’s part of why I’m such an advocate of what I do. I would be able to tell which children had breakfast that morning and which ones didn’t simply from the way they behaved,” she told The Voice.
Her success has culminated into a nomination for a prestigious National Diversity Award in the Entrepreneur of Excellence category.
She has since expanded her business to cater to east London and also launched Late By BNB, an evening delivery service for home cooked food.