COVID-19: Charity Bank Service Announcement
Our Savings and Loans teams remain open for business during the coronavirus pandemic. If you have any questions, please call/email your usual contact or our general enquiries line on 01732 441900, our savings department on 01732 441944 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join a bank that shares your values
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.
Govanhill Housing Association: providing safe secure housing in the South of Glasgow
Govanhill Housing Association is a community-controlled social landlord operating in the Govanhill and Merrylee neighbourhoods of Glasgow.
Homes for Good: creating affordable homes in Scotland
Homes for Good is bringing quality, affordable homes within reach of hundreds of people on low incomes in Glasgow.
Independent Cinema Office: Access to cinema that nourishes the soul and changes lives
The Independent Cinema Office (ICO) is the UK’s national body that supports independent cinemas, film festivals and exhibitors of all forms. It strives to develop an open, challenging and thriving film sector.
Half Moon: inspiring young people through performing arts
Half Moon offers low-cost drama classes for children and young people, including those with complex disabilities. The theatre company turned to Charity Bank for a loan to buy its venue after rent rises put its future in jeopardy.