Welcome to our Social Enterprise Market Place
If you are looking for a gift or service with a purpose, we’ve created a marketplace so that you can #shopsocialenterprise all year round. We have worked with these businesses and some are Indigenous owned. By shopping with them, not only are you supporting a small business, but you are helping to achieve social and environmental impact.
Clothing & Accessories
YEVU Clothing is a social enterprise clothing brand designed and manufactured in Ghana.
Liandra Swim fuses Aboriginal Australian Culture with on-trend premium designer swimwear.
Among Equals is a Not-For-Profit that exists to bring the timeless beauty of Bilum to the global fashion market.
Game Enough? is a majority owned Indigenous business established in 2016 by Carol Vale and Greg Mckenzie, to promote access to the unique tastes of Australian game meats and native plant based foods.
Christmas parties may be virtual, gatherings will be smaller but that doesn’t have to mean gifts can’t be shared. Turn your Christmas party budget into a gift with purpose for your staff, family and friends.
Wellbeing and Cosmetics
Home & Garden
Miiimi & Jiinda is an Australian Art business, founded by Aboriginal mother and daughter, Lauren Jarrett and Melissa Greenwood.
Quandamooka Artist and Studio, on Minjerribah – North Stradbroke Island.
Original Artworks, handprinted homewares, sculptures and ceramics.
Tradara Products combining 60,000 years of Australian Aboriginal Culture into modern pieces, which showcases ancient stories and dreamings that have been passed down through generations. Each piece is uniquely designed by Tradara Briscoe, who has mastered the art of central desert art.
Is a not for profit aboriginal women’s art centre in Broome, Australia with a focus on producing contemporary and unique textile lengths and products.
Rosie is a self-taught, award winning textile artist designer and printer based on Thursday Island in the Torres Strait.
Farmwall are creating a healthy, educated and connected community of Australians through meaningful interactions with food that also benefit the environment. Become your own urban farmer or grow your own micro-greens.
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