Megan Virrels, CEO
As a community venture, you can make a big positive impact. With our strong heritage of supporting community-based businesses, we’re doing more to help.
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Maybe you need funding to get off the ground. Perhaps you need the networks or supply chains to grow and evolve. We’re there to support you at every stage of the journey, from starting up to expanding your impact on the world.
We offer alternative funding to business charities and social enterprises who don't qualify for mainstream loans.
Our community business loans offer funding from £30,000 to £750,000 with flexible terms and repayments holidays including access to sector experts.
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.
Camborne Contemporary Crafts Hub (CCCH), established by Create (Cornwall) CIC, has given an old building in Camborne town centre a new lease of life as an accessible space that welcomes people from across the community, regardless of income, age or artistic ability.
Northumbria Youth Action (NYA) offers young people practical courses and qualifications on motor vehicles, hairdressing and beauty therapy, and hospitality, giving them the opportunity to gain real life skills and experience to help boost them into their chosen career.
The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust (GVVT) uses its incredible collection of restored vehicles to encourage community engagement and generate social inclusion.
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 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.
We’re an experienced and friendly team in S&CC. We support businesses who are passionate about helping others, and that’s what motivates us too. We love building relationships with the people we support, finding out about their goals, but also the challenges they face, so we can help them when it matters most.
We work with a range of organisations to help community and social enterprises. From helping neighbourhoods thrive to providing helpful facts and figures behind the latest developments, our partners could help you.
NatWest Social & Community Capital, Registered in England No: 03901460, Registered office: 250 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4AA. Charity Registration No: 1079626.