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  • Buy Social Scotland

    Created: 25/10/2022
    News/Events Category: Social Enterprise

    A campaign encouraging Scots to buy social and ethical presents in the run-up to Christmas has been launched by Social Enterprise Scotland.

    The #BuySocialScotland initiative calls on individuals and organisations to use their purchasing power to make a difference by choosing goods and services from social enterprises, which then reinvest profits into tackling social or environmental issues.

    It aims to showcase ethical gift options from social enterprises around the country to make it easier for people to find festive presents that give back to local communities.

    The website breaks the gifts down by category and location, and people can also search by the social issue their purchase would support.

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