Homeware & Living

The Social Supermarket has brought together a collection of brands which have a great selection of items for the home and everyday living. From original artwork made in the UK by talented artists to soaps and body washes made by people who are blind, disabled or otherwise disadvantaged. These products will make your homes and everyday life that little bit more beautiful, whilst doing good for the people who make them.





Recover is a vibrant furniture up-cycling social enterprise, creating pathways into volunteering and work. Ian has a passion for furniture with an eye for creativity and high-quality workmanship. At its heart is our commitment to sustainability, up-cycling old unwanted furniture or working with materials either donated or reclaimed from the local area. Some of our volunteers […]



ECOHOME’s aim with all product design, is to bring style, quality, and affordability to the fore with good inherent environmental credentials. ECOHOME’s products combine functionality, style, and eco-conscious thinking. This range includes low energy products, those made with sustainable materials, low toxin products, recycled and recyclable products. To buy from ECOHOME, please click here


Bolton Justicia

Justicia is a member of BAFTS, the British Association of Fair Trade Shops, based in Bolton.  They stock a wide range of fairly traded food, jewellery, incense, musical instruments, cards and stationery, bags, toys, accessories and gifts from registered fair trade suppliers.  They also stock a range of environmentally friendly household cleaning products, including a locally sourced range of […]


Studio 306 Collective

Studio 306 Collective are a group of skilled Arts and Craft practitioners, who have come together to form an exciting Community Enterprise. They specialize in designing hand-crafted, high quality Ceramics, Jewellery, Sewing Craft , and Screen Printed products. The aim of the studio is to empower disadvantaged local individuals. They offer a creative space for people who are recovering […]


Soap & Co

The Soap Co. is an ethical luxury brand that creates sophisticated body care products to nurture and care for your skin. Based in East London, and with a traditional workshop in the Lake District, all their products are handcrafted in the UK by people who are blind, disabled or otherwise disadvantaged. They take pride in paying attention […]


Fine Cell Work

Fine Cell Work produce a range of products including Cushions, bags and decorations, which are all expertly made in a variety of beautiful designs. Fine Cell Work is a charity and social enterprise which enables prisoners to build fulfilling and crime-free lives. They do this by training them to do high-quality, skilled, creative needlework undertaken […]



ARTHOUSE Meath is a collective of artists living with complex epilepsy and learning disabilities all of whom require varying levels of support. The artists work alongside instructors to create artworks which are developed into designer products for sale. All artwork derives from the skills each artist brings to the enterprise and every contribution holds real value including […]


Healing Boxes

Healing Boxes is a worldwide non-profit, creating tailor made gift boxes to support people living with health challenges or going through tough times. The gift boxes are designed by people living with illness and contain positive, supportive, ethical and comforting gifts.   The ethically sourced gifts in Healing Boxes are brought together to support people when they need it most, both practically and emotionally, […]

Bala Sport

Bala Sport

Bala Sport is growing its reputation among schools and clubs for high quality ethical footballs and rugby balls. This reputation is based on quality of product and the distinctive look, designed in the UK. All of their balls carry the Fairtrade Mark. Bala Fairtrade balls are made and tested to the same standards that FIFA use. The really good thing is though […]

Petit Miracles

Petit Miracles 

Discover Petit Miracles’s lovingly upcycled furniture available to buy in shops and online. You can also learn how to upcycle or upholster a footstool by joining one of their training workshops. Petit Miracles are a small charity, based in Shepherd’s Bush, West London. They reduce unemployment primarily through training and work experience in furniture restoration, basic DIY, retail, entrepreneurship […]