Come down to the Lexi on Social Saturday where Divine will be hosting a special #SocialSaturday2015 London Fair alonside a special screening about London's best Social Enterprises by Chocolate Films.
The afternoon will also feature a a special one off screening at 3pm called ‘NW Londoners’ at the Lexi Cinema, part of their 1000 Londoners short documentaries project. The screening will be a 50 minute programme with a Q&A with filmmakers and contributors.
The fair itself is free, tickets for the “1000 Londoners” film will be £2.50 available in advance or on the door.
Buy Social London stall holders:
Owned by Cocoa Farmers, Made for Chocolate Lovers- The only Fairtrade chocolate company that is 44% owned by the cocoa farmers is Ghana.
As Social Enterprise of the Year Divine Chocolate is proud to bring together some amazing social Enterprises all under one roof for Social Saturday 2015. On the day you can sample and buy from the whole Divine Chocolate range.
A Fairtrade nut company with a mission to ‘Change the World, nut by nut’ - by bringing nut producers and consumers of the world together so that everyone gets a better deal.
Come along to the fair to try Liberation’s brand new Smart Snacks range, small packs of mixed dried fruits and nuts.
Goodbeans is committed to supporting the communities growing and thriving around them, using sales of cold brew coffee and the goodbeans brand to promote and engage customers with the work of partners. Focused on giving young people hands-on experience in starting and running their own business, supporting them to ensure they reach meaningful employment.
Come and try goodbeans cold brew yourself at the fair where they will selling their cold brew coffee bottles.
Old Spike Roastery
A London coffee roastery with a mission to help the homeless by providing training, employment jobs and housing, whilst placing an equal importance on sourcing and roasting some of the best speciality beans from around the world.
Pick up bags of freshly roasted Guatemalan & Tanzanian coffee beans from the team on Social Saturday.
A London-based start-up that produces fresh, dairy-free shakes, handmade in small batches using 100% plant-based ingredients.
Try their brand new flavours, all handmade with raw cashew milk and a spicy version of hot chocolate alongside freshly baked vegan cookies.
A multi-award winning, adventure inspired fashion brand with a mission to make a positive impact internationally.
Fikay will be selling popular items from across all of their product ranges including their brand new Yoga Mat Bag range
Family run & community-driven, Papi’s Pickles provide fresh and tasty South Indian and Sri Lankan food, while working with unemployed women from these communities who live in the UK.
Pickles are an integral component of South Indian cuisine. Try some new tastes and textures like papaya & plum and green apple, fig and roasted garlic or more traditional flavours like Papi's tomato
Grow Up Urban Farms
Grow Up Farms build and operate commercial farms that take unused urban space and produce local and fresh fish, salads and herbs for people in cities, creating employment and lowering the environmental impact of agriculture.
On social Saturday the team will have punnets of freshly harvested produce such as basil, rocket and pea shoots will be available to buy.
A hand up, not a handout- The Big Issue's online social trading shop is the latest addition to the Big Issue network. Every product for sale has a “social echo” to it that could range from what the product is made from, who it is made by or where the profits end up.
Join their socially aware and active community at the fair and pick up your copy of the magazine, buy products from the new Big Issue Shop find out about the brand new digital mini-mag GoDoSeeBuy!