A tax break for charities and social enterprises
There are a number of free resources available that provide guidance on raising investment using SITR.
View organisations already using SITR
The Southville centre offers quality nursery care for children in Bristol.
Aspire Gloucestershire helps the most vulnerable young homeless people in Gloucestershire.
The Freedom Bakery trains prisoners at a maximum security prison, HMP Low Moss, to make artisan bread.
Delivered Next Day Personally is a mail delivery and same-day courier service which recruits people with disabilities.
FareShare South West works with the food industry to reduce the amount of fit-for-purpose food going to waste.
FC United of Manchester serves the community with projects including youth work, school holiday play schemes and adult education.
Ambition East Midlands helps the most vulnerable young homeless people in the region.
Clevedon Pier Heritage and Limited Trust is a Community Benefit Society which raised money via SITR to help renovate and sustain Clevedon Pier.
Burley Gate Community Shop & Post Office raised money from the local community to help save the shop from closure.
Portpatrick Harbour is a community-owned asset based in Scotland and has been supported by money raised using SITR.
South Bristol Sports Centre works with young people in one of the most deprived areas in Bristol and is using investment to finance the construction of six five-a-side football pitches.
Research and events
Research | 4 July 2016
Events | 27 June 2017
In 2015, we launched GET IT offering a free package of support to help more charities and social enterprises raise investment using Social Investment Tax Relief. GET IT offers a range of information including:
News and recent updates on SITR
Case studies sharing the stories of organisations who have already used it
Practical guidance and technical advice e.g. how to apply for advance assurance, where to seek investment and FAQs
Pro bono support from four professional service firms to support SITR deals (this has now ended)