Social Enterprise Market Stallholders

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    Take your time to browse the stalls of these local Social Enterprises.

    Rediscovery Centre

    The Rediscovery Centre is the National Centre for the Circular Economy in Ireland. A creative movement connecting people, ideas and resources to support greener low-carbon living.

    Mendicity

    The Mendicity Institution is the oldest working charity in Dublin. Established in 1818, it has been in operation for over 200 years creating opportunities for people experiencing homelessness, isolation and marginalization to live better lives.

    Mendicity will be selling handmade crafts and gifts made by Dublin's homeless. These items include handmade wooden window boxes, outdoor furniture and stools, all made from upcycled wood, framed copper art, and wooden block art.

    Shuttle Knit

    Shuttle Knit is a unique brand, maintaining integrity around its ethos while producing an affordable yet high quality product range. They are a social enterprise working primarily to improve the lives of people. For the last 20

    PACE

    PACE is a voluntary sector organisation that works with people with convictions for a wide range of criminal offences. We provide a variety of services to address their needs and that support their safe integration into the community.

    PACE will be selling picnic tables, garden benches, window flower planter boxes, wall hanging flower frames and garden planters to order

    We Make Good

    We Make Good is Ireland's first social enterprise design brand. Using organic, recycled or sustainable materials, reducing carbon footprint by producing locally and making products that last. They also go a step further as we know that shopping and gift-giving can be a way to build a more equal society.

    At the Social Enterprise market, We Make Good will be selling homewares and giftware

    The HomeShare

    THE HomeShare is Ireland's only non-profit home share social enterprise. We match unrelated people of different generations to live together for mutual benefits.

    Homeshare is a simple concept with numerous and wide-ranging benefits for all participants. It has the potential to be an effective and sustainable response to two key social challenges we have in society:

    • Affordable support for our ageing population to remain in their own homes for longer and delay the premature transition into long term or assisted care facilities.

    • Affordable accommodation for people at a time of record housing shortages and high rent.

    Capital Credit Union

    Capital Credit Union is 100% owned by members, not external shareholders. That means members know what it’s like to have an account where products are designed to support their lifestyle. Each member has a voice and a say in the future.

    The team from Capital Credit Union will be speaking to attendees about our available products and services, such as: Loans, Mortgages, Insurance and their Car Draw.

    Airfield Estate

    Airfield is not just a beautiful place with a remarkable history, it’s a social and charitable hub, investing in people and initiatives that reach every corner of our community. It really is the gift that keeps on giving.

    At the Airfield Estate stall, you can enter a draw to win an annual pass worth up to €200, learn about the impact programmes they run and join the limited number of behind the scenes tours taking place throughout the day.

    Recreate

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