Northmans intertwines the sale of design and home decor with social responsibility. Discover a robust and appealing range of home furnishings in all price ranges, sourced from both well-known and lesser-known brands and designers. Every time you shop with us, we donate 20 SEK to selected development and charity projects.
Our collection features vases, cushions, decorations, scented candles, textiles, and much more from renowned brands such as Blomus, Mr. Wattson, Amefa, Koziol, UYUNI, House Doctor, Jakobsdals, UMAGE, Broste Copenhagen, K. Lundqvist Stockholm, Bloomingville, Botanium, and many others.
The fundraising progress can be tracked in real-time on our website, and we currently collaborate with selected global and local organizations that benefit from the contributions. As a customer, you can choose which of these organizations receives the donation and also opt to add an extra optional amount.
At Northmans, we place great emphasis on our social responsibility as a company, believing in sustainable development by facilitating and encouraging contributions in everyday purchases. It is inherent in Northmans' DNA that everything we do is executed with compassion and for a noble cause.
In the summer of 2016, Northmans founder Mirja Kollberg visited Uganda and the Ssenyange Education Centre (Project) to gain insights and firsthand experience of the challenges and opportunities in a grassroots development project over six weeks. With newfound knowledge, energy, and evidence that much can be achieved with what we consider to be modest means, Northmans was born. The Ssenyange Education Project is one of the organizations we support today.
The organizations we collaborate with share a focus on sustainable, long-term development projects in impoverished countries. Together with you, we provide more people with a chance for a secure and safer future, making a significant impact in a broader and longer-term perspective.
It is the collective efforts of individuals making a small difference that ultimately leads to significant global change.
December 18, 2023