Our theme for this week is gifts that embrace sustainability, all in different ways.
In the spirit of equality, this week, we have curated a gift list for the men. There is something to suit all budgets ranging from £7.00 to £700.
This beautifully styled book is like a love letter to woodwork.
Author Max Bainbridge shares his techniques for carving spoons, bowls and other lovely things out of locally sourced wood.
If you are looking for a gift for an aspiring outdoorsman or carpenter, this is the perfect gift.
Aerende have combined a set of Soap Co. products with a fluffy white towel and created a gift fit for a king.
With fully compostable, recyclable or reusable packaging, your man’s conscience will be as clean as his physique.
3. Beer from Five Points Brewing Company
The Five Points Brewing Company, based in East London, are creating delicious beer without the shipping miles.
They make it easy to put together your own collection of beers with a handy bag to carry it around with. Made from eco-friendly jute, it even has a removable insert to stop your bottles clinking together. What a relief.
4. Vé Bicycle From This Because
Not only are these bicycles stunning, and inherently eco-friendly, they have a brilliant added benefit.
For each bike bought, they donate another, locally assembled bike, to school girls in Ghana.
For the bike nuts, here are the details , the bike is an “aluminium city commuter equipped with alloy fenders, anti-rust chain and a smooth-shifting 3-speed integrated hub from Sram.”
So there you go.
Based in Peckham, creating employment for homeless people, Old Spike Roastery creates some delicious coffee.
Their coffee subscription offers an array of brew method choices - from whole bean to french press. The coffee connoisseur in your life will be pleased.Join us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and share your favourite sustainable gifts using #GiveGoodGifts.
We caught up with Simeon to talk about his experience working on this project and to express our gratitude for the amazing job he and his team have done creating this wonderful piece that has moved so many of our supporters, clients and customers.
This week has been interesting. For those who don’t know, due to a similarity in names with a company called Soap & Co. which has been investigated by BBC Newsnight, many people mistook our brand for theirs.
We have been made aware of a BBC investigation into a company called SOAP & CO. Our company THE SOAP CO. has absolutely no connection to SOAP & CO. We are a completely separate company. This is us: https://thesoapco.org.