Good Stuff

Give back Friday &
Fiver Monday.

Our new movement aims to promote giving to charities over the Black Friday / Cyber Monday and asks people to give back or donate in whatever way they can!



A platform to take good ideas and follow the thread to helping our communities.

  • connecting people with a cause
  • supporting messages of hope, success and solidarity
  • Trying to help those who do good from start to finish

Sustainably sourced and threaded together.

GoodStitch is a platform we have created to enable  all charities to create and sell their own apparel with zero cost or time required by them.

We design the t-shirts, manage the sales platform, and the tees are made to order in a UK based, sustainable facility.

Every charity will receive 60% of the profits made from sales of their collaboration collections.

We’ve partnered with Teemill for this project, and that means every product is 100% organic, made sustainably, with fair-trade at its very core.



Our aim with Eco-logical is to create a community of like-minded people and businesses who can come together to make a positive impact on the planet.


Our meet-ups are held every 6 weeks in Birmingham, with plans to expand things into other cities around the UK as we gather momentum.

Each event focuses on a particular aspect of sustainability, with experts in their field invited along to give their perspective and experience. Interviewing our guests, we get the heart of the issue, allowing our audience to engage and ask question directly to the people with the answers.

Every event so far has given attendees the chance to meet and discuss a subject they are so incredibly passionate about with like-minded individuals. This is more than networking – this is building a community who are driving sustainable actions. 

After the buzz of the event, we have the pleasure of going through the key talking points in our Eco-logical podcast. We hope that the lessons we learn can help inspire and inform other people to consider how they can live more sustainably through our mantra teaching, not preaching. 

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