Resources and Groups
Fairtrade posters, leaflets, postcards, guides and a DVD are all available for free from the Fairtrade Foundation Shop. You pay the p&p.
The Bradford and Leeds Global Justice Group campaigns on Climate Justice, Food Speculation and other global issues.
Contact: Heather Grinter to receive short newsletters.
Your Local Fairtrade Town Group may host Community Events that churches in the area can join in with, or they may lend out Fairtrade resources, or man a Fairtrade Stall at your church fete, or donate an item for a Fairtrade Raffle. They may be able to sponsor one child to attend a Fairtrade Schools Conference, to make it financially easier for your school. See the Fairtrade Yorkshire site for links to Local Town & Village Groups
Fairtrade Workshops & Events
There are several local organisations willing to run Fairtrade Workshops and offer other Fairtrade Resources.
Leeds DEC covers the West Yorkshire area. Hannah from Leeds DEC said she was delighted to see so many Church of England schools at the child-led 2017 Fairtrade Celebration at Leeds Civi Hall.
For Fairtrade resources and support outside the West Yorkshire area, visit the Craven or the South Yorkshire DEC websites Craven DEC and South Yorkshire DEC. For North Yorkshire & East Riding, see the Centre for Global Education
David Greenwood-Haigh, award-winning chocolatier, masterchef, author, businessman, corporate team builder, presenter, trainer, preacher and chaplain is Yorkshire's best known chocolate expert. David has a real heart for ethically sourced, best quality chocolate. You'll find him on the heart of chocolate website: coeur de xocolat. David is a very busy man but is willing to preach about Fairtrade, if he is available. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Products you may not have discovered
Ubuntu means “I am because we are”.
The ingredients in this cola drink have been certified in accordance with Fairtrade Standards and Ubuntu donates 15% of profits to development projects in Malawi with their Ubuntu Africa programme.
Visit the Ubuntu website for your nearest stockist or buying online.
Poterion advertises itself as the first Fairtrade communion wine.
Visit the Poterion website to order online.