Cynon Taf Community Housing GroupCynon Taf Community Housing Group is a ‘not for profit’ organisation committed to providing housing and support for the people and communities where they work. By offering affordable housing to people on low incomes, they make a real difference to peoples’ lives. Utilising a loan from Unity Trust Bank, the registered social landlord plans to… Continue Reading
Seren FfestiniogCost saving is key to success for any charity, and with a Unity refinance package, Seren Ffestiniog was able to save £8,000 a year. Seren Ffestiniog provides care, support and employment opportunities to people with learning disabilities across Gwynedd. The Furniture and Textiles Centre run by Seren Ffestiniog based in Blaenau Ffestiniog takes good quality,… Continue Reading
Caerphilly County Borough Citizens Advice BureauThe biggest of its kind in Wales, Caerphilly CAB offers free and impartial advice to people in its local community on matters including housing, debt and employment. An £80,000 loan from Unity enabled them to purchase new premises from which to run their services.
Swansea YMCAWe provided a refinancing package to Swansea YMCA, enabling it to complete the much needed refurbishment of its Grade II listed building, which sits in the heart of the city. Swansea YMCA works to tackle poverty, promote wellbeing and learning, and is driven by equality. A £556,000 loan from Unity meant that this vibrant social… Continue Reading
Valleys KidsAs part of our WCVA loan scheme, Valleys Kids refinanced the purchase of a disused building – now known as The Factory – creating a dynamic training hub for young people in media and music enterprises, in addition to maintaining the music venue and bringing in community and family support programmes. The charity bought the… Continue Reading
NoFit State CircusNoFit State is the UK’s leading large-scale contemporary circus company, producing professional touring productions and a wide variety of community, training, and education projects for people of all ages. A £250,000 loan from Unity was used to assist in the redevelopment of a listed property which will become the new home of the organisation.
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