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How Charity Bank is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic

In this blog, Ed Siegel, CEO of Charity Bank, shares how our customers have been a source of inspiration and how, as a social lender, we are adapting to meet the multiple challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Stretham & Wilburton Community Land Trust: keeping the heart in the community

The East Cambridge parishes of Stretham and Wilburton joined forces in 2012 to address the housing crisis affecting their villages. They now provide affordable accommodation to those living and working in the area.
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Connect Church UK: bringing communities together

Connect Church UK has been operating for over 80 years in an inner-city area of Birmingham. Its aims throughout this time have been to forge connections within the local community, build supportive relationships and provide a wider sense of belonging.
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An expert’s guide to buying or renting a property

Questions charities and social enterprises need to ask themselves before they buy or rent a property.
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A CEO’s perspective: using loan finance to build sustainability

Faith Hope and Enterprise delivers housing and individually tailored support to 34 people experiencing homelessness around the Derby area. Loans totalling £136,500 from Charity Bank have enabled the charity to purchase two houses.
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Faith Hope and Enterprise: relationships that change lives

Faith Hope and Enterprise was started in the eighties by Carl Taylor, who was passionate about social work and helping others.
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£100 million response announced to help social sector organisations through the coronavirus crisis

New lending facilities will provide much-needed finance to charities and social enterprises, and small businesses in disadvantaged parts of the UK
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Look for the helpers: good news stories relating to COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak has impacted businesses, charities and the lives of many around the world.
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COVID-19: our support & commitment

Firstly, our thoughts go out to anyone who may be affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.