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Giving back

Below are some charity organisations and community businesses based near us in London that we support in multiple ways with our textiles, creativity and resourcefulness.

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Fierce Grace Brixton

Based in the heart of our Brixton community is Fierce Grace Brixton, a hot yoga studio. Bringing together a diversity of people the studio helps them reap the benefits of regular yoga practice via improved mental and physical wellbeing. As close neighbours we design their textile merchandise including limited edition yoga mats and liberty fabric print bags (made from offcuts of our cushion factory waste). If you’re local to Brixton you may have spotted their bike seat covers around, which we were pleased to design.

We recently helped Fierce Grace put on a community yoga class event for charity; we provided the bespoke t-shirts which were given out in Windrush Square to everyone who took part. The event was such fun and we were so proud to lend our support.


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Royal Trinity Hospice

We are proud to support the Royal Trinity Hospice, based down the road from us in Clapham Common, London. They are Bespoke Textiles’ preferred donation partner for surplus stock and reusable garments. We also use them as an incredible source for unique finds such as vintage or good, timeless shapes that we could reinvent to inspire uniforms. It is part of our sustainability-conscious effort to reuse and therefore create less waste in the world (read more about our sustainability commitments here).


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We love Traid, the charity, not only because it’s on our doorstep but we’ve referred it to a few of our uniform clients including Bill’s Restaurant group. Traid helped deal with their massive changeover of uniform from the off the shelf old stock that they had when they transitioned to a new bespoke made uniform. They sent all of their old uniform and textiles to this charity to turn into money to use for their water aid projects. It is also a local haunt of ours being just down the road from our studio.


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The Chartwell Cancer Trust

The Chartwell Cancer Trust don’t have many sites but they do have one as a pop-up site close to us in Brixton. It is a café and hub space for people to work from as well as being a charity shop with a commercial extension for local designers and vintage collectors, making a collaborative shop. The café and shop are both not-for-profit and are run by volunteers. What’s great about this is they support children with cancer – which is very unique – as well as doing so many community projects. Our founder Katie tries and put her money and energy there as much as possible.