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.
We offer loans to small and large organisations from £50,000 to £3.25 million and more in partnership with other lenders.
Savings: put your money where your values are
You can open a savings account that will earn you a fair 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 and an ethical Cash ISA. 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.
Homes for Good: an innovative solution
Homes for Good is Scotland's first lettings agency for people on benefits. They are using social investment to address the housing crisis.
Emmaus Village Carlton: a path out of homelessness
Emmaus communities in the UK support people to work their way out of homelessness, providing meaningful work and a stable home for as long as they need it. Frank McMahon, chairman of the trustees, tells us more about their work and their vision for the future.
Folkestone Sports Centre: an unsung sports hero
Folkestone Sports Centre Trust is a social enterprise leisure centre whose main goal is to make sport and leisure activities accessible to people who might otherwise struggle to access them for financial or social reasons.
East Lancashire Deaf Society: tools for success
The East Lancashire Deaf Society (ELDS) is working to build a world where deaf people are accepted as part of a diverse society. Doug Alker, the executive chair and managing director, talks to us about how a loan is helping ELDS to support deaf young people.