ISA Case Study: Accountant Josh, from Islington, London
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ISA Case Study: Accountant Josh, from Islington, London

​Charity accountant, Josh who lives in Islington (London) with his wife Catherine and 3-month-old baby, is a strong believer that individuals and organisations alike should be making conscious decisions about their savings and investments.
ISA Case Study: Ethical ISA Saver Reverend Tim Carter, Shropshire
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ISA Case Study: Ethical ISA Saver Reverend Tim Carter, Shropshire

Ethical banking is just one way in which Reverend Tim Carter, Vicar of All Saints Church in Wellington, seeks to live out his core principle of ‘do no harm’ which is rooted in his Christian faith.
ISA Case Study: Ethical Saver & Music Teacher James Lark
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ISA Case Study: Ethical Saver & Music Teacher James Lark

​Music teacher James Lark always tries to be an ethical consumer, but sometimes it can prove challenging – especially when he’s living away from home at the boarding school where he teaches.
ISA Case Study: Teaching Assistant Martin Skelton
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ISA Case Study: Teaching Assistant Martin Skelton

Secondary school teaching assistant Martin Skelton, from Stretford in Greater Manchester, has a heart for supporting charities – whether it’s volunteering with the Samaritans or buying from local charity shops.
‘Bank On Us’ campaign, reducing the costs associated with loan finance
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‘Bank On Us’ campaign, reducing the costs associated with loan finance

As part of our pledge to do more to support the social sector, we have launched our ‘Bank On Us’ campaign to reduce the costs associated with taking on a new loan or refinancing an existing loan.
Greenwich Steiner School: an alternative education
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Greenwich Steiner School: an alternative education

Adrian Dow, Headmaster at Greenwich Steiner School, talks about how a Charity Bank loan is enabling it to refinance an existing loan, putting the school in a stronger financial position to extend its building and eventually include education up to A-level.
New Research: British Public Are Spending And Saving Ethically To Make A World Of Difference
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New Research: British Public Are Spending And Saving Ethically To Make A World Of Difference

The rise of ‘conscious consumerism’ means that more businesses will need to behave in an ethical and transparent manner according to research published this week by Charity Bank, the ethical bank with a mission to use money for good.
Are your reserves invested in line with your charity values?
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Are your reserves invested in line with your charity values?

Charities exist to make a positive contribution to society, often making a big and measurable difference to the communities in which they operate.
Why are charities’ savings reportedly earning less interest than the base rate?
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Why are charities’ savings reportedly earning less interest than the base rate?

Research recently conducted by Third Sector and Flagstone reports that 85 per cent of charities are earning less interest on their money than the Bank of England base rate of 0.5 per cent and nearly a third are earning less than 0.1 per cent interest.