Salvage Row is the creation of social entrepreneur Sue Whitfield. Sue is also Managing Director of our parent company PHASE, and has many years of experience working with vulnerable young people. Salvage Row is a not for profit bespoke furniture and upcycling brand that produces distinctive hand-made quality furniture.
We're part of PHASE, a Community Interest Company offering housing, education and employability opportunities to vulnerable young people in Scunthorpe and surrounding areas. All profits are re-invested into our social mission.
Our Social Mission
Salvage Row is a not-for-profit company that provides funds to PHASE, a Community Intrest Company. PHASE provides housing, education and employment support for vulnerable young people in the local area. This includes care leavers, the homeless and unaccompanied child asylum seekers settling in the area. Our social mission is to give these young people a positive start to adult life.
We welcome anyone in the community getting involved from donating furniture to becoming a volunteer find out more here. If you would like to talk about volunteering please give us a call.
We upcycle tired furniture into stylish stand-out items for the home. We always welcome donations and can do local pickups. If we don't upcycle your donation we may pass it over to our sister company 'Choose to Reuse'
We work with local businesses to provide bespoke office and retail furniture. As a local business, you can support our social mission of helping vulnerable young people by talking to us about your office furniture requirements. Please give us a call on 01724 840946.
Sue Whitfield - Founder of Salvage Row has spent many years working with vulnerable young people. She established Salvage Row to both provide opportunities for young people to learn new skills, but also as a business to raise funds for further work in helping offer specialist housing, education and support services.