Impact Report 2020
Reports

Impact Report 2020

'Investing in Society' is the latest impact report from Charity Bank, the loans and savings bank for charities, social enterprises, and people who want to improve the world around them.
Charity Bank launches its State of the Sector report
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Charity Bank launches its State of the Sector report

Demand for charity services will continue to rise, while income generation will be a growing challenge in 2020.
Charity Bank loans totalled £48.6 million in 2018
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Charity Bank loans totalled £48.6 million in 2018

Today, Charity Bank announced at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) that it lent £48.6 million to charities and social enterprises in 2018.
Charity Bank announces annual results for 2016
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Charity Bank announces annual results for 2016

Charity Bank, the ethical bank that uses savings to make loans for good, today announced its annual results for the year ended December 2016.
Borrower Survey Results 2016
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Borrower Survey Results 2016

Our 2016 Borrower Survey gives us valuable insights on our impact, what we are doing well and how we can better support social sector organisations. Below is a summary of the feedback from our borrowers.
Ethical bank? Prove it!
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Ethical bank? Prove it!

Imagine an ethical bank entirely owned by charitable and social purpose organisations. A bank that doesn’t pay bonuses. A bank that wants to help charities and social enterprises thrive. A bank that uses peoples’ savings as a powerful force for good.
Charity Bank Loan Portfolio
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Charity Bank Loan Portfolio

Our Loan Portfolio Report features some of the latest borrowers we have supported with loans, and the projects that the money entrusted to us by our savers has helped to fund.
CDFI Code of Practice
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CDFI Code of Practice

Charity Bank is a Community Development Finance Institution (CDFI) and complies with the CDFI Code of Practice. CDFIs are independent financial institutions that provide capital and support to enable individuals or organisations in disadvantaged communities.