Who we are

We are the national body for social enterprise – business with a social or environmental mission.

Social Enterprise UK and anti-racism

Find out more about our Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion work showcasing our plans and ambitions to make sure that we are an organisation committed to racial justice

SEUK Members

Find social enterprises you can buy from using our Buy Social Directory and have a look at our members map to find a social enterprise near you.

No Going Back - State of Social Enterprise Survey 2021

No Going Back – The State of Social Enterprise Survey 2021 is the latest state of the sector report written by Social Enterprise UK and supported by Barclays. It shows that in spite of the challenges of the pandemic, social enterprises are delivering economically, environmentally and socially

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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.

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Latest News

  • Changing the conversation on disability – Diversity and Ability

    Find out more about the ground-breaking work of Diversity and Ability which is helping re-define how society views disability. Using the concept of disablement and intersectionality they address the social barriers which create disabling situations, centering the importance and diversity of lived experience. Read more

  • Using beekeeping to support mental health – Wings and Radicles

    Find out more about how start-up social enterprise Wings and Radicles are promoting the mental health benefits of beekeeping whilst raising the profile of the importance of bees for people and planet. Read more

  • Why being an anti-racist social enterprise is better for mental health

    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

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