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Loans: borrow to support your mission
You can borrow from a bank that understands your charitable goals as well as your finances. We lend to charities, social enterprises and organisations tackling social and environmental issues and shape our terms and repayment schedules around their needs.
Savings: put your money where your values are
You can open a savings account that will earn you a return and support the extraordinary work of the charities and social enterprises that borrow from us.
Choose from our personal savings accounts, charity and business savings accounts. Join the ethical banking movement.
Read about the organisations we support
Read about how our borrowers are using loans to grow, innovate or simply support communities and help people in challenging situations to live the lives they want.
Chooselife Wales: a path to recovery
Chooselife Wales runs a drop-in centre providing support, guidance, signposting and activities to those struggling with substance misuse and related difficulties.
Oatlands Pre-school: caring for children and the community
Oatlands Pre-school is a Harrogate-based not-for-profit pre-school that offers care and education to children aged 2 to 4. The charity received a Charity Bank loan to help it purchase and refurbish its building.
Mayfield Trust: transforming care in Calderdale
The Government’s Transforming Care programme is shaking up the care sector, helping people with a learning disability to get out of hospitals and group homes, and integrate back into the community. One charity that’s moving with the times is Mayfield Trust.
YMCA London South West: smart design, better housing
YMCAs have been tackling youth homelessness for over a century. Richard James, CEO of YMCA LSW, explains how a Charity Bank loan will help formerly homeless young people learn to live independently.