Abbeyfield The Dales today announces it has bought Fern House with the help of loans totalling £8.5 million. The charity offers supported housing, residential care and independent living with extra care for older people in Yorkshire.
Abbeyfield The Dales gives older people the chance to enjoy life as part of a supportive community. It offers residents tailored housing solutions in addition to high-quality care and support, freshly cooked meals and a full calendar of social activities.
Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves has joined Unity Homes and Enterprise representatives, residents, ward councillors and project partners to mark the official opening of the association’s £2 million affordable housing development in her constituency.
Cancer Connections aims to support other healthcare organisations whenever it can. So when the South Tyneside charity started looking for a safe home for its savings, Charity Bank was the obvious choice, as treasurer Jonathan Carroll explains.
Carolyn Sims, Director of Lending at Charity Bank, outlines six key elements which charities and social enterprises wanting to stress-test their business plan and improve their sustainability at a time of uncertainty may wish to consider.
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Your eligible deposits with Charity Bank are currently protected up to a maximum of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), the UK's deposit guarantee scheme. Total balances above £85,000 are not protected.
For joint accounts each account holder is treated as having a claim in respect of their share so, for a joint account held by two eligible depositors, the maximum amount that could be claimed would be £85,000 each (making a total of £170,000).
Deposits from large companies and small local authorities are covered by the FSCS deposit protection from 30 January 2017 up to a maximum of £85,000.
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