Kingdom Bank has experience of working with Organisations who wish to make a difference in their community, by making resources, activities and venues available which would not otherwise exist. There are many different types of legal structure that an organisation can have but all have the goal of maximising social impact rather than maximising profits. Many Social Enterprises are trading organisations that reinvest profits from their activities back into community projects which are then impacting the lives of people in their locality. Others will have funding from Public or Private sources to provide a service which helps to bring life and hope to places where it seems there is none.
We meet people from all different backgrounds who have a heart for a particular situation or who want to give back to their community in a way which will transform the lives of the people living there. Kingdom Bank has enjoyed working with people who are applying an entrepreneurial spirit to tackle specific problems, offering something to their local area which no one else can. It might be providing a space which is a home from home, it might be responding to a community’s specific needs but in each case, creating a solution which is sustainable yet dynamic.
You may have the vision to create a solution and have a strong plan for how it will pay its way, yet lack the finance needed to create a long-term venue for the project. Some of the projects which Kingdom Bank has been able to fund include Youth Centres, Sports Halls and Skateparks, housing schemes, signposting centres, pre-school and nursery centres, after school clubs and multi-use centres which provide a combination of the above.
If you are considering such an activity we would like to encourage you to talk to us. We can then explore ways in which we can help.
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