War Memorial Village Derby: creating homes for heroes
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War Memorial Village Derby: creating homes for heroes

War Memorial Village Derby has been offering disabled war veterans a home for 70 years. The village has started a much-needed renovation programme with the help of a loan from Charity Bank.
A Chair’s perspective: maintaining listed properties using loan finance
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A Chair’s perspective: maintaining listed properties using loan finance

Andrew Windsor Almshouses has been providing homes for elderly people in need for 400 years. The Surrey-based charity currently houses 11 residents. A £250,000 loan from Charity Bank meant it was able to undertake urgent repairs to its 17th century properties.
The Andrew Windsor Almshouses: providing affordable housing for 400 years
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The Andrew Windsor Almshouses: providing affordable housing for 400 years

Our 1000th loan paid for urgent repairs to a 400-year-old almshouse building which provides low cost accommodation for people in straitened circumstances.
A CEO’s perspective: using loan finance to compete in a crowded market
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A CEO’s perspective: using loan finance to compete in a crowded market

Jubilee Hall Trust has been helping people to stay fit and active in London for more than 40 years. The Trust operates in a highly competitive marketplace and needed to refurbish and upgrade facilities to increase membership and realise its potential.
Jubilee Hall Trust: helping Londoners to get active
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Jubilee Hall Trust: helping Londoners to get active

According to Sport England, one in four people do less than 30 minutes of physical activity a week. London gym Jubilee Hall is helping to remove some of the barriers to exercise, and recently refurbished its gym with the help of a Charity Bank loan.
A CEO’s perspective: development loan for a sustainable model
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A CEO’s perspective: development loan for a sustainable model

The Culture Trust Luton aims to connect communities of Luton and beyond through culture by providing opportunities to engage with arts, museums and heritage.
The Culture Trust Luton: promoting connectivity through culture
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The Culture Trust Luton: promoting connectivity through culture

The Culture Trust Luton aims to connect communities of Luton and beyond through culture by providing opportunities to engage with arts, museums and heritage.
A CEO’s view on buying property to tackle homelessness
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A CEO’s view on buying property to tackle homelessness

More than 160,000 people in London don’t have a home. The rates in Newham are particularly stark, with one in 24 people classed as homeless. First Fruit is working to change that, one person at a time.
First Fruit: tackling homelessness in one of the most deprived boroughs in the UK
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First Fruit: tackling homelessness in one of the most deprived boroughs in the UK

One in 24 people in Newham is classed as homeless. First Fruit is helping to support some of the people most affected, with a package of support ranging from accommodation to training.