Creating a stronger foundation by using loan finance

Jan Tasker and Grace McCorkle from Collaborative Women share their experience of the loan process.

Collaborative Women: Breaking the cycle of domestic violence

Women fleeing domestic abuse need safe accommodation. With the help of a Charity Bank loan, Collaborative Women is giving survivors that safe space and so much more...

A founder’s perspective: Strengthening services with a loan

Anne Royle from Pathfinder Dogs tells us how she found the loan process and reveals why she’ll soon need a new loan for a much larger project…

Pathfinder Dogs: Helping blind people to be more independent

Pathfinder Dogs offers training, support and assistance dogs to people who are blind or partially sighted. With the help of a loan from Charity Bank, it recently bought a property to use as accommodation for clients.

The Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF)

Charity Bank has taken another positive step towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions by joining other financial institutions worldwide in the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF).

A Chief Officer’s perspective: 10 years with Charity Bank

It all started with a pen … Back in 2011, a chance meeting led to Age UK Herne Bay taking out an ethical loan with Charity Bank. 10 years and a second loan later, what does the charity’s Chief Officer, Sue Cliffe, have to say about the relationship?

Age UK Herne Bay: Helping older people stay independent

Age UK Herne Bay & Whitstable gives older people the chance to socialise, try new activities and receive practical support. Its day centre was recently extended with the help of a Charity Bank loan.

Energise Barnsley: Tackling climate change and fuel poverty

Energise Barnsley is using solar power to cut CO2 and household bills. It’s installed solar panels on 100s of council homes and buildings. The project was part-funded by a £1.2 million loan from Charity Bank.

A director’s perspective: Why the largest solar project of its kind chose Charity Bank

On the day Energise Barnsley launched, the government announced significant changes to the feed-in tariff. As a result, the mutual society needed to work quickly to realise its plans. And it needed a loan provider that cared about more than just the finances.