Articles tagged with: cooperatives uk
UK Coffee Week (7-13th April 2014) is the largest national campaign to bring together the coffee industry and coffee consumers with the aim of helping to bring clean water to coffee growing countries.
The campaign is …
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls and Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Calder Valley, Josh Fenton-Glynn, visited Suma during Fairtrade Fortnight to see how our business supports the Fairtrade movement and thrives on equal pay for all our …
We held a community Christmas dinner to raise awareness of the issues many people face at this time of year, and to allow local charities and volunteers the chance see how Suma works. Diners included people and volunteers from local charitable organisations and some hand picked local customers.
BBC Look North presenter Clare Frisby presented Suma with the prestigious award at this years Halifax Courier Business Awards. An event where the business community comes together to celebrate the area’s biggest success stories. Representing …
The Fairtrade programme is doing good things here. The village where I live now has clean water and receives electricity. It’s very exciting – we never believed this would be possible!
In honour of Fairtrade Fortnight and the Year of the Cooperative, today we are being visited by members of the Ghanaian cooperative that farm the cocoa for Divine’s incredible chocolate.
Suma recently attended the annual Future Coops conference, where a theme under discussion was the power of UK Banks. If you, like many of us, are sick of the behaviour of the large banks, then a new resource can help you move your money to a cooperative bank, your local credit union or building society.
We are thrilled to announce that we are the proud winners of the Phillip Baxendale ‘People and Culture’ award!
The UK Cabinet Office are serious about using worker cooperatives to deliver public services – Suma is able to help drum up support
Suma presents at business for calderdale event May 2010