Your investment in Community Bonds will allow social and community enterprises, who tackle a whole range of social issues such as homeless; isolation; lack of childcare and unemployment, in communities across Scotland, to access finance that they desperately need but are unable to secure from mainstream banks.

Your contribution, from as little as £50 up to £5,000 will allow them to increase and expand the good work that they do and magnify the positive impact that they have on people’s lives.

Only those enterprises who are members of Scotland’s Social Enterprise Networks and comply with the Social Enterprise Code will be eligible to apply for a loan.

SEN Community Bond Offer

Key Facts

Offer Status: OPEN                                                                                   Min. Investment: £50.00

Subject of Offer: Social Enterprises across Scotland               Max. Investment: £5,000

Offer Price per bond: £50.00                                                                 Min. raise for offer to proceed: £75,000

Offer Closes: 7th May 2018                                                                  Full target raise: £100,000

Product: Mini Bonds


Financial Performance
Scottish Communities Finance Ltd expects to accrue 2% gross interest
yearly from 2018, with the first payments being made in 2021. The fund
and the interest will operate from a ‘Go Live’ date planned for 1st August 2018,
and calculated annually.

Social Performance
Scotland’s social and community enterprises tackle a whole range of social issues
such as homeless; isolation; lack of childcare and unemployment, in communities
across Scotland. However, they struggle to access the appropriate type of finance
they desperately, from mainstream banks.
Your contribution will allow them to increase and expand the good work that they
do and magnify the positive impact that they could have on people’s lives.
Only those enterprises who are members of the SEN Network are eligible to apply
for a loan.

NOTE: Like any investment, your money is at risk and you should therefore only ever invest as much as you are prepared to lose.