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The Party Kit Network CIC is on a mission to help make parties more sustainable by tackling unnecessary waste. 

The network brings together people globally who lend reusable tableware to their local community helping to avoid waste from single-use items.

Our contact details

For press enquiries please contact Isabel Mack.



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I am based in the UK, and will respond as soon as possible. 

If you are looking for a party kit rather than a media enquiry, contact your local kit via our map


About us

The Party Kit Network is passionate about helping to make parties more sustainable. 

We aim to prevent tonnes of plastic and paper partyware entering the environment by supplying party organisers with an alternative, while raising awareness that reusables can be easier, cheaper and a lot more fun. 

Each of of the party kits are run independently by individuals from home, small businesses, school PTAs and community groups for the benefit of their local communities. 

The network is a non-profit Community Interest Company which means that any money raised is reinvested in helping us achieve our social purpose. We do not charge members a fee or take commission from any hire fees. We are funded via donations and the income from Party Kit Winchester (UK). 

We aim to connect party planners with their local kit of reusable tableware. We support the growing community of people who run party kits. 

Founded in 2019 in the UK, the network launched in Australia in 2020. In 2021 we opened up membership to the rest of the world and have members in Ireland, New Zealand, Canada and the USA. 

We have been featured by ABC EverydayThe Guardian, The Sunday Times Magazine1 Million Women,, Re:think magazineJuno magazine, Eco Action Families and many more.


  • Launched the first Party Kits for Schools campaign with the support of Cheeky Wipes and Nom Nom Kids. Party Kits for Schools received nominations for 280 UK primary schools and pre-schools and we were able to fund complete party kits for 3. 
    Learn more about Party Kits for Schools

  • 290,506 single-use tableware items avoided by the hire of member party kits (August 2022-July 2023, based on the responses of 167 members)


  • 280,802 single-use tableware items avoided by the hire of member party kits (August 2021-July 2022, based on the responses of 175 members)

  • Celebrated our 500th member globally, our 400th member in the UK and 100th Member in Australia.

  • Party Kit Network founder, Isabel Mack, is named on the Women in Social Enterprise Top 100 List 2022 


  • 115, 406 single-use tableware items avoided by the hire of member party kits (July 2020 - July 2021, based on the responses of 245 members)

  • Party Kit Network opens up membership to the rest of the world, with the first members joining from The Netherlands, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa and USA.

  • Party Kit Network UK forms partnership with Brothers Make to provide UK-based traceable end-of-life recycling for the plastic tableware (PP) included in many party kits


  • Party Kit Network Australia is launched in partnership with Erin Rhoads (

  • The Party Kit Network is formally registered as a Community Interest Company in England and Wales, establishing our non-profit status. A new board is formed including two party kit owners.


  • Party Kit Network UK passes the 250 members milestone in the first 6 months.

  • The Party Kit Network was set up in June by Isabel Mack in partnership with Dian Sofia (founder of Zero Waste Near Me) with over 40 members registering in the first month.


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