Key Fund is a team of like-minded individuals dedicated to supporting new enterprises, creating new jobs, and reinvigorating communities offering social investment to the North and the Midlands.

Upcoming Events:

20th January 2022

Investing for Growth Session 2 - What makes a Successful Social Enterprise?

11:00 - 12:30 pm

Insight for stability and growth from Key Fund clients. Key business basics supported by messages of advice – in words, sound bites or videos.

26th January 2022

Key Fund Q&A Session 1

10:00 - 11:00 am

Yes or no? Let's talk. Unsure whether social investment is right for you and your business? Social Investment could help you take the next step. Why not come along and quiz one of our friendly investment managers about your social enterprise and see how we might be able to help? Join us on Zoom at 10am-11am on the Jan 26th January 2021.

To develop an enterprise that is about more than just profit?

Well with us you can do business, and do good. We give loans and grants to enterprises that make a positive impact, tackling social issues in the heart of their communities. Just as we reinvest our profits back into helping other community and social enterprises, your business activity will have a positive social impact at its heart.


Do you share our values?

Our Clients

In the streets of northern cities, former mining villages, people are embracing a new way of doing business.

Our Support

You have the idea, you’ve established there’s a need for your enterprise, but now it comes to the nitty-gritty.

Our Funds

We offer investment from £5k to up to £300k to community and social enterprises operating in the North of England and the Midlands.
Recovery Loan Fund

The Recovery Loan Fund provides loans to UK charities and social enterprises who have been impacted by Covid 19 and need funds to help them to survive, recover and grow. It has been established by Social Investment Business (SIB) to make an existing Government guarantee scheme, the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS – further information below), more easily accessible to charities and social enterprises.

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