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Charity Bank – a bank for the social sector

Charity Bank is an ethical bank owned by and dedicated to supporting charities and social purpose organisations. Charity Bank lends to charities, social enterprises and other organisations where the loan is being used for a social purpose.

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Loans for charities and social enterprises

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Charity Bank offers: competitively priced loans, an understanding of what you do, tailored terms and a team of regional managers there to help you find a solution to your funding needs.

You can apply for a loan from £50,000 up to £3.5m.

Charity Bank works with other social lenders to provide larger loans.

For more details on Charity Bank, and its loans, visit the website

Savings that make a difference

With Charity Bank, your surplus liquidity can become a powerful force for good: it might be used to build affordable homes, launch community projects or help disadvantaged young people find employment.

You can choose from a range of savings accounts that will earn your organisation a competitive return and support the extraordinary work of charities and social enterprises.

The account opening process is straightforward, you just need to complete an online application form and provide a scanned copy of a bank account statement for your organisation.

Eligible deposits with Charity Bank are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK’s deposit guarantee scheme.

About Charity Bank

Charity Bank is entirely owned by charitable foundations, trusts and social purpose organisations, so it can keep its social mission at the heart of everything it does.

'What makes Charity Bank different is that it employs people who understand what an organisation is trying to achieve, genuinely cares about the project's success and offers solutions to problems in addition to money.' - Anne Pierson, Director of Sedbergh & District Arts & Heritage Trust.


To apply for a loan, or to discuss your funding need, contact them on:

Telephone 01732 441 919
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