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Our support so far
In the last five years, Social & Community Capital has approved over £10 million in loans to more than 80 organisations throughout the UK. Our ambition is to increase the size and strength of this important sector of the UK economy. Here are some examples of the social ventures we've supported.
Sole of Discretion
The mission of Sole of Discretion is to provide high quality, sustainably sourced and traceable fish for consumers.
The Coal Rooms want to see a world where homelessness is reduced through trade, where stigma is eliminated, economic potential is realised, and homeless people are valued members of society.
Harmony Community Trust
Harmony Community Trust is all about bringing people together. It does this at Glebe House, a unique and special place in Northern Ireland that children, young people and adults have been visiting since 1975.
Institute for Optimum Nutrition
Sandhaven and Pitullie
Sandhaven and Pitullie Harbour used to be one of the best harbours on the Moray Firth. Through a loan bridging facility, various projects have been carried out.
Since beginning operations in 2011, Bristol Together has developed more than 70 properties in the local community and supported over 60 former prisoners back into work in the process.
Monkey Park is a place for local people to come together, with a café, bakery, co-working space, activity space and bike workshop. See how our funding has helped them build their space and develop their business.
Campbeltown Picture House
A building of important historical and architectural significance, Campbeltown Picture House has been restored with the help of S&CC funding, creating a community hub as well as career opportunities and training.
Crisis provides counselling to people in the local community with difficulties such as depression and anxiety. We helped Crisis to expand their service with funding for a new building to enable them to accommodate more clients.
S&CC Coronavirus Response
In response to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, we offered £1 million in grants to social enterprises and trading charities that employ people from disadvantaged or vulnerable groups.
20th Anniversary Grants
In January 2020, Social and Community Capital launched its 20th anniversary grant programme, offering seven £20,000 grants to social enterprises, charities and community businesses around the UK.