Social Enterprise Gold Mark Holders

Find out more about the social enterprise elite, who demonstrate social enterprise excellence.

The Social Enterprise Gold Mark offers enhanced accreditation to social enterprises which can show best practice across several key business areas that are central to social enterprise excellence::

  • governance
  • stakeholder engagement
  • business ethics
  • financial transparency
  • social impact

It is not just about social impact, it’s about measuring what makes a great social enterprise excellent.

The Gold Mark was launched at the House of Commons in 2014, where the inaugural recipients – including Integrated Care 24 – were presented with the first Social Enterprise Gold Marks by former MP Hazel Blears.

Since then, the following organisations have also been awarded the Social Enterprise Gold Mark:

Find out more about these ‘gold standard’ social enterprises below.