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Good Karma Store, 6 Hampstead High Street, NW3 1QE
The recently opened 'Good Karma' store is a unique coming together of organisations that are working sustainably and are invested in making a social change.
The Hampstead store provides a beautiful sustainable shopping experience, where you can buy everything from everything from furniture, sustainable and artisan-made home décor products sourced from India, to books and beautiful clothes, being donated to the store. With each purchase you will not only support artisans and communities, but above all support Go Dharmic’s vision to Love all, Feed all and Serve all.
Bright Sparks, is a social enterprise that works with local authorities and social landlords in North and East London to divert reusable second hand furniture and other household items from landfill. Through this activity they provide jobs for local people, volunteering opportunities for individuals looking to get back into work and purposeful activities for socially excluded individuals.
The Elephant Head is a Social Enterprise UK supporting member, that works with social enterprises and small-scale artisan groups in India to bring unique, contemporary products for the home and garden. They endeavor to deliver beautiful products that have a purpose; ones that sustain people with work and keep traditional artisan skills alive, by working with organisations who through the work they do and the products they make tackle social or environmental problems and in turn improve communities.
Speaking on the partnership, Hemal Randerwala, Founder & Chairman, Go Dharmic, said “Being socially conscious is at the heart of what we aim to do, and we have a larger humanitarian responsibility to address the needs of the less fortunate sections of the society. A circular approach across our value chain enables us to maximise resources and minimise environmental waste thus reducing our negative impact on the society. Go Dharmic is delighted to partner with Bright Sparks and Elephant Head and this collaboration will enable us to extend our reach.”