Birdsong is an ethical fashion brand selling clothes handcrafted by London women – from octogenarian knitters to migrant seamstresses – with a ‘no sweatshops, no photoshop’ ethos. Birdsong’s sales revenue is shared with its women’s charity partners.
Settle supports vulnerable young people moving into their first home. Co-Founders Rich and Katie saw that homeless young people were leaving hostels frighteningly unprepared to live independently – and did something about it.
Cracked It is a social enterprise that trains up young people who are involved in gangs or are at risk of school exclusion to fix cracked iPhones. It’s designed as an entrepreneurial route away from a life of crime.
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2015 Fellow Josh Babarinde on founding Cracked It
Cracked It was named Social Enterprise of the Year 2018 at the Centre for Social Justice Awards.