Social procurement is a choice made by businesses, individuals or government to buy products and services from a social enterprise.
Social enterprises operate with the strategic goal of creating social, cultural, community and environmental benefits.
They are generally nonprofit organisations and can include businesses that provide employment opportunities for people living with a disability, like Oakdale Enterprises.
We are proud to support a campaign to promote social procurement called ‘Buyability’ is being led by National Disability Services.
Download the Social Procurement brochure to find out more about how you can create benefits through your purchase that reaches far beyond the product or service.