Which fund is right for you?
Whether your charity or social enterprise is looking for a grant to become ready for investment or a loan to help with growth we have a range of programmes you can apply for.
Funding available: Grants between £5,000 - £50,000 and learning support
Grants and learning support for charities and social enterprises working in the Youth and Homelessness sectors to develop or grow their enterprising activity and earned income.
Funding available: Grants between £5,000 - £15,000
Investment readiness grants for charities and social enterprises working with approved social investors - Access Points.
Funding available: Repayable Grants between £10,000 - £25,000
Repayable grants and business support for charities and social enterprises tackling social problems in disadvantaged communities.
Funding available: Unsecured Loans between £25,000 - £150,000
Loans and pre-investment business support are available to individuals, charities and social enterprises working in the areas of addiction and criminal recovery. Grants of up to £5,000 are also available for early-stage enterprises to use as match-funding on Crowdfunder.
Funding available: Mixed Loan and Grant package of >£30,000
Loans (with some grant funding) for entrepreneurial early stage community organisations looking to grow their services and become more sustainable.
Funding available: Loans between £50,000 - £250,000
Simple loan finance for charities and social enterprises based in the Liverpool City Region, helping them to grow and scale up the impact they make in their communities.
Looking for a larger loan?
Our partner Social and Sustainable Capital has loan funds betwen £150,000 and £3 million available for charities and social enterprises looking to create positive social change and regenerate their communities.
Still not sure?
Good Finance is a handy website created to provide charities and social enterprises with information on the different funding available. It's a great first-stop for any charity or social enterprise that is new to social finance and wants to understand the basics.