A trustee’s perspective: expanding provision through social investment
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A trustee’s perspective: expanding provision through social investment

Emmaus Village Carlton enables homeless people to get their lives back on track. ‘Companions’ can access long-term accommodation, take advantage of work experience opportunities and regain their confidence by becoming a valued member of a supportive community.
A CEO’s perspective: how a speedy loan led to incredible growth
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A CEO’s perspective: how a speedy loan led to incredible growth

YMCA Birmingham took their first Charity Bank loan out back in 2014 to part-fund a new housing development.
A founder’s perspective: Dreaming bigger with loan finance
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A founder’s perspective: Dreaming bigger with loan finance

As Europe’s largest urban sports centre, Adrenaline Alley attracts skaters from across the world. The charity bought their six-acre site with the help of a £900,000 loan from Charity Bank.
A director’s perspective: Creating affordable homes with loan finance
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A director’s perspective: Creating affordable homes with loan finance

Homes for Good is Scotland’s first social enterprise lettings agency. With the help of loans totalling £6.5 million, delivered by Charity Bank in partnership with another social investor, Homes for Good has bought, renovated and let out almost 200 homes.
A Chair’s perspective: using loan finance to bring the local community together
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A Chair’s perspective: using loan finance to bring the local community together

The Causeway Hall sits at the heart of Chiddingstone Causeway and hosts a wide range of events and activities. It was rebuilt with the help of a £150,000 loan from Charity Bank.
A CEO’s perspective: using loan finance to increase capacity and impact of almshouses
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A CEO’s perspective: using loan finance to increase capacity and impact of almshouses

Coventry Church Municipal Charities (CCMC) has been in existence since 1506 and currently operates 73 units of affordable supported living accommodation, in a mix of heritage and modern buildings.
A trustee’s perspective: using loan finance to secure a trust’s future
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A trustee’s perspective: using loan finance to secure a trust’s future

Glover’s Trust offers sheltered accommodation in Sutton Coldfield for the over-60s. Its cottages were built in 1932 and badly in need of updating, so the trust embarked on an renovation project with the help of a £1.53 million loan from Charity Bank.
A Chair’s perspective: Growing a society with loan finance
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A Chair’s perspective: Growing a society with loan finance

Tamworth Cornerstone Housing Association (TCHA) has been supporting homeless young people for 30 years.
A chief executive’s perspective: using loan finance to modernise housing models
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A chief executive’s perspective: using loan finance to modernise housing models

Abbeyfield South Downs operates supported sheltered housing for older people across the area. Its accommodation offers a mix of independence and company in a safe and secure environment, currently across six sites.