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We are the national body for social enterprise – business with a social or environmental mission.
Latest information and support for social enterprises on the coronavirus outbreak.
We have members all over the UK as well as in various parts of the world. You can view all our members on a map as well as searching for particular organisations and locations.
Five years ago the Buy Social Corporate Challenge, with seven founding corporate partners committing to open up their supply chains to social enterprises. The Year 5 Report looks back at the impact of the programme so far.
We currently partner with organisations as diverse as Johnson & Johnson, NHS England and the World Bank but are always keen to explore new relationships – we would be delighted to hear from you.
In Salford, Greater Manchester, one social enterprise is radically changing how a community can address health inequalities through redefining what is possible when it comes to the delivery of care. Find out how in this Social Enterprise Story. Read more
Find out how Low Carbon Hub is helping create a decentralised, locally owned renewable energy infrastructure for Oxfordshire, taking on the big energy companies and putting power in the hands of local people in this social enterprise story. Read more
Ama Afrifa-Tchie, Head of People, Wellbeing and Equity at Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England on why being an anti-racist social enterprise is better for mental health and how we can begin to address the mental health inequalities which disproportionately affect People of Colour and Black colleagues in the workplace. Read more
Our response to Labour's new deal for working people which was launched at Impact Hubs Kings Cross, a social enterprise and SEUK memberRead more
Sodexo and Nestlé are the latest signatories to the Buy Social Corporate Challenge, the initiative which sees high-profile businesses use their everyday spending to transform lives.Read more
The APPG for Social Enterprise, a cross-party group of Parliamentarians from the House of Commons and House of Lords, has launched a new inquiry into the impact of COVID on the UK’s 100,000 social enterprises.Read more