57 member organisations
A church that has been in Aberdeen since 1833 and as part of UK Unitarianism places great emphasis on freedom, reason and toleration in religion.
Dos Mundos is an ethical retail shop which has been trading in Scotland for 10 years, predominantly offering contemporary fair trade clothing to the High Street.
East Dunbartonshire Council has supported fair trade for over a decade, counting Fair Trade Nurseries among our pioneering activities. We are proud to be members of the Scottish Fair Trade Forum.
Ferry Row B&B holds the Green Tourism Gold Award. We aim to use and serve Fair Trade foods, bedlinen, furnishings and cleaning materials whenever possible.
Inverkip Church in Inverclyde, established in 1188, has around 300 members and became a Fair Trade Church in May 2017.
Just Trading Scotland
JTS: Fair Food, Fine Food – empowerment and education through delicious developing world foods, including the highly versatile Kilombero rice from Malawi. Join us in taking the 90kg Rice Challenge.
The Justice and Peace Commission advises the of the Scottish Roman Catholic Bishops on justice, peace, fair trade and human rights, and promotes action.
Koolskools (KS) is the UK’s leading supplier of quality, affordable Fairtrade cotton school uniform. KS also provide free Fairtrade education for their client schools.
We have been trading in Edinburgh for over 30 years, selling a beautiful range of fair trade gifts, homeware and food, we also provide education services.
With over 195 convenience stores offering great value and customer service in local communities, Scotmid Co-operative actively supports Fairtrade throughout Scotland.
Shared Interest is an ethical investment organisation which aims to alleviate poverty by helping people in remote and disadvantaged communities to trade and earn a living.
SSVP Scotland seeks to identify and combat all forms of poverty by actively working with those in need
STC Expeditions are the leading UK school expedition company in responsible travel. We organise bespoke and ethical overseas school expeditions, educational journeys and specialist Fair Trade School trips.
The University of Edinburgh has been a Fairtrade University since 2004, and is committed to sourcing fair trade products and carrying out awareness raising activities.
A Fairtrade University since 2006, we work closely with the Fairtrade Town Campaign to raise awareness and increase availability of Fairtrade products in St Andrews.
Wellington Church is a welcoming, inclusive church in the West End of Glasgow, with a Fair Trade stall and coffee after the service every Sunday.