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Case studies

Charities and social enterprises across the UK are already using social investment in a variety of ways. Browse our latest case studies to see how organisations are using it to further their social impact

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FC United of Manchester is a community owned football club which raised money using Social Investment Tax Relief to help build a new stadium.

 

Duration 
4 years
Cost of capital 
2% (optional)
Turnover 
£1 million+
Invested 
£270,000 through SITR

Burley Gate Community Shop raised money from the local community using Social Investment Tax Relief. 

Duration 
4 years for loans
Cost of capital 
Between 2 - 3%
Turnover 
£80,000
Invested 
£57,000

FareShare South West is a  charity which used money raised using Social Investment Tax Relief to increase its impact in the local community

Duration 
5 years
Cost of capital 
5% for first 36 months, 7% for remaining 24 months
Turnover 
£400,000+
Invested 
£70,000 through SITR

Freedom Bakery raised investment from seven investors using the Social Investment Tax Relief to grow their prison-based social enterprise.

 

Duration 
4 years
Cost of capital 
1.75%
Turnover 
£210,000 from year 2
Invested 
£48,000 Social Investment Tax Relief, £85,500 in total

K10 is tackling youth unemployment by providing apprenticeships in the construction industry. It used social investment to professionalise the business and increase sustainability. 

Duration 
3 years
Cost of capital 
Debt
Invested 
£600,000

Portpatrick Community Benefit Society used Social Investment Tax Relief to raise money to save the local habour. 

Duration 
5 years
Cost of capital 
1.5%
Turnover 
Approx. £26,000
Invested 
£100,000