22. July 2017 - 11:00 till 15:00
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The Good Market [a Social Impact Festival event] | The University of Western Australia | Saturday, 22. July 2017

“Every time you spend money, you're casting a vote for the kind of world you want” (Anna Lappé).

Join WA’s community of change-making businesses and consumers for a fun day out with the whole family. Shop ethical and hear direct from the stall-holders about how their products and services are making a positive impact. Expect beautiful products including homewares, fashion, skin care, jewellery, stationery, books, and more, along with delicious food and fun activities for the kids.

Free and open to the general public.

Stall-holders include:
Inspired Magazine
Beyond Bank
Enterprise Learning Projects
Ecoshop
Mokosh
UWA Publishing
Foxglove Project
MUD & MUSK
Fair Go Trading
Elixir Honey
Dunn & Walton
Kadi Koo
Many Peaks Assembly
Deli
Tobi Beckley
Ellume Life
Neighbourhood Press
Ipsa Designs
The Prospect Project
Fidget and Shy
Let's Go Natureal
Kakadu Plum Co.
Splendour Box
Little Shop of Plenty
Kommunity Brew
threeonesix
Tea Tribe South
Happy as Larry Designs
uneARThed
Sophie Silks
Bottle for Botol

Plus delicious refreshments available for purchase from Sweet Dream Foods, the Zambrero Food Truck, and Backyard Coffee.

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Check out other events at
Social Impact Festival 2017 (18-28 July) -
Social Impact Open House (24 July) -
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  • Starting in 10! Bring cash, an umbrella (note the market itself is indoors) and good vibes! https://www.facebook.com/centreforsocialimpact/posts/1270792353019858
  • Parwinder Kaur
  • Hi there!! We are hoping to come up from down south Freo way... will there be transport easy? Parking?
  • Fabulous write-up on this event from Perth Uncommon! Check it out http://perthuncommon.com.au/event/feel-good-shopping/
  • Looking forward to this! We'll have a great range of books on land, place, and society on offer - and we'll make sure we have plenty of Social Impact Festival 2017 speaker Bradon Ellem's book at the ready :D (The Pilbara: From the Desert's Profits Come). https://uwap.uwa.edu.au/products/the-pilbara-from-the-deserts-profits-come
  • Looking forward to sharing my eco hand printed Hemp/organic cotton homewares & fair trade range of gifts/paper products from Bangladesh with everyone!
  • Kommunity Brew are offering you the chance to win some of their delicious kombucha! https://www.facebook.com/kommunitybrew/photos/a.405058876316350.1073741828.401732583315646/826370804185153/?type=3
  • Food, glorious food! There's much delicious food and beverages on offer at the upcoming market, including Kakadu Plum Co. Dunn & Walton The Little Shop of Plenty Splendour Box Elixir Honey Tea Tribe South Kommunity Brew & threeonesix PLUS offerings from Zam Van Perth Sweet Dream Foods & Backyard Coffee to enjoy on the day.
  • Treat your skin naturally with beautiful products from MUD & MUSK DIY skin care, Elixir Honey balms and Mokosh Certified Organic Fair Trade Skin Care
  • How to I apply to set up at this market event? I hand cut wine/champagne bottles and have them with hand poured soy wax candles. I also have wine cork boards. Saving the world one sip at a time! Instagram @carols_candles carolscandles2@gmail.com
  • Are there any stall spots available please? Who should I contact? Thanks
  • FYI FB friends: Ruth Gourley Lexie Kolbe Lana Dyson Colleen Saporita Jill Munyard Annette Hoskisson Bev Smith Donna Quinn Louise Giolitto Suzanne Turner Francine Bayet Lauren Shepherd Marsha Sullivan Gai Path Terri Vincent
  • Joanna Lauren Isabel hmm??
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle #waronwasteau - check out a bunch of great local businesses appearing at the #SIFest17 market who promote zero waste and plastic free living... Onya ECOshop Perth Kadi Koo Let's go natureal
  • Ever tried making your own roses? At the market, you can give it a go with Fidget and Shy at their paper rose-making station, as well as purchasing their beautiful handmade paper flower bouquets. Fidget and Shy aims to give different kinds of paper new life by turning them into beautiful works of art. Any leftover scrap is seen as a potential paper flower instead of waste, as it goes through their hand-dyeing process using all natural colour from real roses. They also purchase pre-loved items from charity shops to revamp with unique paper flower goodness. At the Good Market, they have also partnered with the Overseas Christian Fellowship to have proceeds from these items go towards warm food and clothes for the displaced and homeless this winter.
  • Time for another stall-holder feature... This time it's Ipsa Designs: Jewellery made from recycled Australian wood. Come along to check out their necklaces, earrings and cufflinks made from Wandoo, Jarrah and Sheoak wood. Each jewellery piece not only gives new life to a "waste" product (timber offcuts), but aims creates a connection between the wearer and nature. Can't wait to see what they have on offer!
  • Stall-holder profile time...threeonesix and Kommunity Brew are combining forces this year - how exciting! threeonesix creates social impact through their supply chain via safe and dignified employment in regions that are fraught with poverty and exploitation. Kommunity Brew sources organic ingredients for its kombucha. Their brewing processes are designed to create the lowest carbon footprint possible. And the team at CSI UWA can say from experience that both are delicious!
  • It was great last year - so I'm definitely going again this year😊