We have worked with some inspiring Oxford based enterprises through the Owned by Oxford Project. Read more about them here:
The Wellbeing Co-operative
The Wellbeing Co-operative is a collective of freelance health and wellbeing practitioners. The practitioners offer a range of services, from acupuncture and yoga to massage and arts and crafts
Mothers 4 Justice Ubuntu
Mothers 4 Justice Ubuntu (M4JU) is a collective of mothers and family members of people in prison, who are campaigning for justice, accountability and change within the police and criminal justice system.
Damascus Rose Kitchen
Damascus Rose Kitchen is a social enterprise that runs a cafe and catering service, led by refugee women. Their story began with a few women based in Oxford, who decided to unite and share their culture by preparing Middle Eastern dishes for their community
Blackbird Leys Community Larder
Blackbird Leys Community Larder is a food club distributing fresh foods from supermarkets that would otherwise have gone to waste. For a weekly fee of £3.50, anyone can become a member and pick up plenty of fresh foods, visit the cafe and access information services.
African and Caribbean Market
The market is being set up by women at WOW (Women Of the World) Space, a self-referred space offering migrant women who have survived FGM, domestic violence and other trauma the opportunity to build friendships and foster their wellbeing.