Social Saturday Social enterprises are making a difference in your community and around the world, set up to trade for a social purpose and using business to create a more equal society. They are creating jobs where they’re needed most and tackling some of the biggest challenges we face from homelessness to climate change. They are changing the way we do business and you can support them. Social Saturday is about championing these businesses. Browse our online marketplace featuring some of the best ethical products out there, find social enterprises and Social Saturday events near you and get involved in the campaign showcasing the impact and strength of the UK’s social enterprise movement. Caitlin Moran's Gender Equality Tote Bag Caitlin Moran, award-winning columnist and bestselling author of How to Be a Woman, has partnered with us to create this fantastic limited edition, gender equality bag for our Social Saturday campaign, raising awareness of social enterprises and the work they do supporting equality through business. The organic heavy canvas tote bag is made by Freeset, a social enterprise that provides employment to survivors of exploitation and people affected by poverty and oppression. They believe every person should have the freedom to work in a safe environment, get paid fair wages, and have a job they're proud of. These organic bags are Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified and printed by Freeset in Kolkata using eco-friendly inks. Caitlin’s limited edition gender equality bags will be available for sale on Saturday 13th October at the Social Saturday Covent Garden pop up - Seven Dials Warehouse 42-56 Earlham St, London WC2H 9LA, or online from Monday 8th October at The Big Issue Shop.