Londoners can wake up to fresh, award-winning artisan bread delivered directly to your door at no extra cost to what you’d pay in the bakery.

Delivered from top local London bakeries, enjoy delicious, beautifully made bread and pastries, with every penny of profit going towards their local Breadwinners.

One of London’s leading producers of multi-award-winning artisan bread, Celtic Bakers lovingly hand-crafts loaves, cakes and pastries which are found in the most discerning top restaurants, hotels, delicatessens and food halls. London-based GAIL’s artisan bakery specialises in craft bread and reinventing the way Londoners think about fresh, handmade bread and their local bakery.

Tapping into the growing demand for high quality food deliveries, the freshly baked bread or pastries are delivered by bicycle straight to your door at a time convenient for you. There is no minimum order and no delivery charge, just beautiful, fresh bread delivered from your local bakery.

Championed by the renowned organic mill, Shipton Mill, Breadwinners has partnered with established, pioneering bakeries in London who share a passion for ‘real bread’ and social change. Each handpicked for the exceptional quality of their products, the bakeries produce bread and pastries made fresh on the day with expert care, skill and love, using traditional baking methods, 100% natural ingredients and absolutely no additives and preservatives.


The Breadwinners Foundation has been set up to systematically address the issues surrounding unemployment in disadvantaged communities. The charity aims to provide an innovative business model for the unemployed, providing all the training, microfinance and equipment they need in the knowledge that:

  • 40% of unemployed adults are under the age of 25
  • Youth unemployment is still higher than pre-recession levels, and young people are unemployed for longer. 16% of unemployed 16-24 year olds had been unemployed for over 12 months in June 2016
  • 77% of homeless people seeking shelter in London hostels actively want to work
  • Despite actively searching for over 21 months, 50% of 18-34 year old refugees struggle to find employment

Marika Chaplais, Project Director of Breadwinners Foundation said: “A lack of opportunity, understanding and an unfair recruitment process forces thousands of people into low pay and long term unemployment. Stuck at the bottom of the labour market, there is often no way out. Breadwinners, Shipton Mill and our pioneering partner bakeries are working together to not only offer jobs to those struggling to find employment, but a chance for them to really take back control of their lives and finances, learn transferable skills, and create a business they can grow, invest in and be proud of.”

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