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There’s a Big Ethical Change Coming Soon to Your High Street

homesense tk maxx homeware

As we all try to embrace a new way of sustainable and environmentally friendly living, this new homeware collection could help your home become an ethically decorated haven.

Aiming to make buying ethically produced and sourced goods easier Homesense and TK Maxx have revealed a colourful new sustainability produced homeware range set to be available in their stores soon.

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homesense tk maxx homeware

Homesense & TK Maxx

Sustainability and reducing our waste are deeply ingrained in the public conscious today. It’s important to start to understand the current status quo for food, clothing and homeware shopping must change, and this new range could help everyone herald in an important ethical change.

These beautiful handwoven homeware items, and award-winning ground coffee, will soon be found in a TK Maxx or Homesense store near you.

The collection, which has been created by rural artisan women’s craft groups in Rwenzori, West Uganda, includes brightly coloured woven baskets, bowls, and other homeware items, plus delicious locally produced coffee for caffeine lovers.

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The exclusive range is part of Homesense and TK Maxx’s imitative to help disadvantaged families in Uganda increase their incomes so they can afford to send their families to school.

The income they receive from the sale of just two baskets is enough to pay for one child to go to school for a term.

The collection is available to buy now in stores and online, with a further range of products set to be revealed in October 2019.

For more information on the exclusive homeware range visit TK Maxx or Homesense online.

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