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 ‘We’ are Ulster Community Investment Trust Ltd, a Community Benefit Society registered at 13-19 Linenhall Street, Belfast, BT2 8AA, registration number IP0000374.

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A Youth Engagement Support programme for young people with learning needs at Lurgan YMCA. UCIT provided the organisation with funding to assist them to develop sustainable income streams

About us

Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT) was established in response to decreasing grant support from government and the difficulties experienced by community organisations in accessing commercial loan facilities. Start-up funding was received from LEDU (Invest NI) and the International Fund for Ireland (IFI) along with a £6.6m loan book from IFI, Department for Social Development and Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD).

In 2007 UCIT received accreditation from the Social Finance Foundation, Dublin, to enable the organisation to access a fund for investment south of the border. To read more, please visit the website of our subsidiary company, Community Finance Ireland.

During 2012 UCIT's fund management company, UCI plc, achieved Financial Conduct Authority accreditation and the organisation was awarded the management of the £5 million NI Small Business Loan Fund by Invest Northern Ireland.

As a registered charity, all profits generated by UCIT are retained and recycled for reinvestment into the third sector.

Projects supported:

Projects Supported
Projects Supported

Read more about the impact UCIT funding is having by visiting our Client Map to see how your local charities and community organisations are using UCIT loans to make a bigger impact.


In the video below, David Hunter describes how UCIT assisted Clearer Water with the funding necessary to grow the business and provide further opportunities for adults with learning disability/difficulties or other disadvantage.


385 community
Projects funded

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Who do we lend to?

We lend exclusively to Community organisations, charities and social enterprises, both large and small, located in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Our borrowers include Faith-based initiatives, Sports Clubs, Training initiatives, Childcare schemes, Housing associations, Community transport schemes, Rural development projects and many more…

Finance is available for: buildings and equipment, working capital, cash shortfalls, bridging finance against delayed grants or other confirmed income and restructuring of debt.

Interest Rates - UCIT Interest rates are competitive and depend on the individual circumstances of each borrower.

Repayment Term - UCIT provides both long-term loans and short-term bridging finance. Loan terms are tailored to suit each borrower.

No penalties - UCIT does not penalise against early repayment of loans

Loan size - UCIT loans typically range from £25,000 - £500,000 +

If you would like a chat about whether a loan is the right option for your organisation, our lending team can provide advice and know how gained from many years of involvement within the sector in Northern Ireland. The lending team can be contacted on Tel: 028 90315003.

As a registered charity, all profits generated by UCIT are retained and recycled for reinvestment into the third sector.

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Building Better Futures Loan Fund

UCIT are delighted to provide a new loan fund for community groups, voluntary organisations, charities and social enterprises. The scheme which is being jointly funded by Building Change Trust, Belfast Charitable Society and UCIT provides small, unsecured loans ranging from £1,000 to £25,000. The loans can be used for a wide range of purposes, including buildings and repairs, purchase of equipment, making facilities more energy efficient or funding shortfalls in larger grant assisted projects. The Building Change Trust was established in 2008 by the Big Lottery Fund with a National Lottery grant of £10million as an investment for community capacity building and promotion of the voluntary and community sector in Northern Ireland. Belfast Charitable Society was established in 1752 to tackle disadvantage and poverty and in doing so it built the Poor House and Belfast's first Infirmary, which remains as Clifton House. Today, the Society continues to work to tackle disadvantage and promote philanthropy while sharing its vast heritage with others.

Further information about the scheme is available by contacting UCIT on Tel: 028 9031 5003.


£2.5 million
Invested in Arts & Heritage projects

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UCIT provided Slack Press with working capital support to help them upscale their social enterprise

Applying for a loan

Our lending team welcome the opportunity to discuss the suitability of loan finance for your project and to answer any questions you might have. The lending team can be contacted on Tel: 028 9031 5003.

The UCIT lending process is simple and straightforward. If your project appears suitable for loan finance, we will ask you to fill in a short application form. Once we receive your completed application, a member of our lending team will contact you to arrange a meeting in order to further develop your proposal. Upon completion, your business proposal will be submitted to UCIT's Lending and Investment Committee for approval.

Click on the link below to download the loan application form.

Complete the form and then print it out, sign, date and return it to UCIT. Alternatively, call or email us and we will be happy to send you a loan application form and guidelines.

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£15.4 million
Invested in Enterprise projects

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UCIT provided a loan to Foyle Women’s Aid to enable them to undertake crucial refurbishment work

Customer stories

UCIT loan finance has supported job creation, community engagement and economic development in many towns and villages in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Explore our Impact Map to find out more about the projects we have funded.


Roar and Explore

UCIT supported the Ortus Group with the funding to create a soft play area at Dairy Farm Shopping Centre branded "Roar and Explore". The funding has helped to create 14 new jobs.

Greater Shantallow Community Arts

“Greater Shantallow Community Arts originated in 1999 with the purpose of providing alternatives for young people to engage in the arts through programmes incorporating and engaging all sections of the community. We are based in one of the constantly top ranked 10 % of the most deprived communities in Northern Ireland. Last year, we opened our newly refurbished Studio 2 Arts premises and we are building strongly in terms of service users and classes available.
In the interim period we required a bridging loan to offset our capital refurbishment overspends and we approached UCIT for assistance. We were delighted with their support, advice and financial assistance which is helping promote the long term sustainability of our services and for this we are deeply appreciative.” Ollie Green, Artistic Director, Greater Shantallow Community Arts/Studio 2

Resurgam Community Development

"There are people in the area struggling for employment, especially the young. We are giving them an opportunity to learn the skills they will need to find a job. For us it is all about jobs and we have already created over 100 jobs across our six enterprises, contributing £1.7m in salaries to the local economy.

“All profits raised through the business are reinvested back into the company or directly into the community, particularly the health and education sector. UCIT have been extremely supportive of our work and the second loan secured from them is a sign of confidence in our latest project." Adrian Bird, Director, Resurgam Community Development

£2.2 million
Invested in Social Housing projects

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UCIT provided a loan to Ards Rugby Football Club to support their redevelopment plans



Skin Care Clinic boosts capacity with funding from NI Small Business Loan Fund

A Belfast-based skin clinic that works with some of America’s largest cosmetic brands has increased capacity and revenues by 27% with the purchase of a new medical grade laser. Two new jobs have also been created following a £25,000 loan from the Northern Ireland Small Business Loan Fund (NISBLF).
The Fund is managed by Ulster Community Finance (UCF) on behalf of Invest Northern Ireland and delivered in partnership with Enterprise Northern Ireland. UCF is a subsidiary of the social finance organisation Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT).
Beyond Skin Clinic was set up in 2016 and currently provides employment for seven people. The clinic offers a range of treatments including hair removal, laser skin rejuvenation, microneedling and non-surgical cosmetic enhancements. The business also works with several leading cosmeceutical brands such as Dermaquest, Obagi, Skinceuticals and Epionce.
Jennie Wallace, Managing Director of Beyond Skin Clinic, said: “The funding from the Small Business Loan Fund has allowed us to purchase an additional Cynosure medical grade laser, and invest in staff training. As a result we’ve expanded our treatment range, increased capacity and reduced waiting time for appointments. 
“The clinic has a wide range of clients but we’re finding more young people coming in to be educated on how to maintain healthy skin. People don’t want long recovery times after treatments and we find a lot of our clients are able to pop into us on their lunch break and go straight back to work.” 
She added: “By understanding the needs of an increasingly diverse city we have been able to stay at the forefront of aesthetic innovation and enjoy steady, sustainable growth.”
Harry McDaid, CEO of UCIT, said: “Beyond Skin Clinic is a good example of a small business with great potential. The importance of maintaining healthy skin has been well documented and we’re delighted to be able to provide necessary funding to a business that has much to offer in the local area.”  
The NI Small Business Loan Fund provides loans up to £100,000 to small businesses, sole traders and partnerships keen to develop their business. Start-up businesses can obtain initial loans up to £15,000. The Fund is part of Invest Northern Ireland’s Access to Finance Portfolio. 

UCIT launches dedicated £2 Million Fund for Churches and Faith groups

A new £2m fund has been launched by the Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT) to assist church groups and faith-based organisations across Northern Ireland.

St. James’ Church of Ireland in Moy has invested £657,000 to redevelop the Parish’s church hall and is the first recipient of the new Fund.  UCIT provided a loan of £250,000 towards the final costs.  
Alan Moneypenny, Chairman of UCIT, said: 
“St James’ Parish Hall is situated in the heart of Moy village and attracts up to 250 people a week.  The church is an essential lifeline for many in the community and offers many outreach projects such as a youth club, toddler groups and sporting activities. 
“UCIT are delighted to assist the Parish with the tasteful renovation of the 19th century building, improving access, catering facilities and installing a new heating system.”
He added: “UCIT can provide churches and faith- based organisations with tailored, flexible finance which takes into account the needs of the sector.  As a registered charity all profits generated by UCIT are retained and recycled for the benefit of its clients. There has already been strong interest in our new Faith Fund and this demonstrates the need for additional funding in the sector.”
John White, Glebe Warden and Project Manager, said: 
“Our church hall has been in critical need of repair for a long time. The loan from UCIT has enabled the Parish to create a modern fully accessible facility.  This new hall will help us maintain and build on the valuable work carried out within the area.
“The launch of the new Fund is welcome news for the sector and we were impressed by UCIT’s responsiveness, flexibility and competitive rates”
The new Faith Fund will provide loans of £5,000+ for purposes such as, refurbishments, extensions, purchase of equipment and restructuring existing debt. 
UCIT has supported in excess of 400 community organisations, charities and social enterprises with loan commitments totalling over £80 million. These include other Churches and Faith-based organisations such as the Elim Trust Corporation which received funding to assist with affordable housing and childcare projects in Newtownabbey and Carryduff. 
In many instances the community projects would not have been possible without the flexible, but professional approach adopted by the Trust in its lending.  

One Eighty Restaurant among those 'Served up' £850k by Building Better Futures Fund

A £1million community fund which provides small, unsecured loans to social enterprises and charities has committed £850K to 36 groups in Northern Ireland in just 18 months.

Beneficiaries of the fund have been drawn from right across Northern Ireland with loans ranging from £1,000 to £25,000. Organisations supported include Step by Step which runs the One Eighty restaurant in Portadown to provide hospitality training for young people with learning difficulties.
Since opening in 2011 the award-winning restaurant has provided training to dozens of young people, while offering a comprehensive value-for-money menu to the public.  The Building Better Futures fund provided its support at a time when the business could not realistically have secured mainstream support.
The backers of the Building Better Futures fund, a unique collaboration between three local charities (Belfast Charitable Society, Building Change Trust and the Ulster Community Investment Trust UCIT), believe the success of the fund points to a clear gap in the Northern Ireland loan market.
Nigel Hampton, Director, Step by Step, said:
“Without the support of the Building Better Futures fund, One Eighty was facing closure after the loss of a major funder.   75% of our trainees move on to sustainable employment and the remainder take up other training provision or alternative day opportunities.  This is a vital service for young people and it would have been disastrous for them if the restaurant had closed. 
“The restaurant is very popular, serving 300 paying customers every week. The loan has been instrumental in helping restructure accumulated historic debt into manageable repayments and aiding cash flow.  It has also allowed us to focus on improving income generation and returning the charity to a surplus position.” 
Paula Reynolds, CEO, Belfast Charitable Society, which has been tackling disadvantage since 1752, said:
“Interest in the Building Better Futures fund has exceeded all our expectations and points to a gap in the loan market for smaller, unsecured facilities.  
“The groups assisted by the fund deliver vital social benefits for local communities, but also provide significant relief to public services which would otherwise need to intervene more regularly to help those who require support.” 
One Eighty trainee, Ben, added:
“During my three years at the restaurant I’ve learned barista skills, how to prepare and serve food, as well as health and safety essentials.  Through the course I’ve also secured a work placement and studied English and Maths.
“I now have hospitality skills and employment opportunities which just wouldn’t have been available if it wasn’t for the support of One Eighty’s brilliant staff.”
The fund has also provided £25,000 to create a role-play based centre in Derry-Londonderry, the first of its kind in Northern Ireland.  Operated by ‘Kidz Playtime’, the centre’s profits will help subsidise counselling services for local children and young people.
Building Better Futures provides funds for a wide range of purposes including buildings and repairs, equipment purchase, energy efficiency and addressing shortfalls in larger grant assisted projects.  
The fund is managed by the Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT) which operates a number of funds that have supported over 400 charities and community organisations with loan commitments totalling £80million since 2001.  The third partner in the Fund, Building Change Trust, was established by the Big Lottery Fund with a National Lottery grant of £10million with a vision to support a strong, independent and innovative Third Sector. 
Further information regarding the Fund is available by contacting UCIT on 028 9031 5003.

UCIT assist Irish Premiership Club invest in new Community Education & Outreach centre

Crusaders Football Club (FC) is investing £1.2m to build a new education centre that aims to help people in the local area gain qualifications and tackle long-term unemployment.  The investment i
s being supported by the Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT) and the Social Investment Fund (SIF).
Work has started on the new education hub, named the ‘McDonald Centre’ after Crusaders legend, Roy McDonald, and is due to open at the end of the year.  Located on the site of the former Crusaders FC social club, the centre will be run in partnership with the Hubb Resource Centre.  The collaboration aims to address social deprivation and reduce the impacts of low aspirations, negative peer pressures and residual paramilitarism influence in the area.
Leading education and training providers, People 1st, Belfast Met and Ulster University, will deliver a number of courses and essential skills programmes when the centre opens.
Phelim Sharvin, Associate Director at UCIT, said: 
“This investment, by one of Northern Ireland’s most successful football clubs, will provide an invaluable resource to the local community in the drive to tackle issues which have blighted the area in recent years.  The club is already involved in a number of community initiatives and this further enhances their social impact in the area. 
“The new centre will give people of all ages the chance to further their education and help them get on the employment ladder.  With the backing of leading education providers, people will have access to the resources and mentoring they need to succeed.”
He added: “This is an excellent example of how sporting clubs can build upon their community links by providing easily accessible, innovative services.  UCIT provides a range of funding options and we would encourage other clubs and community groups to contact us to discuss their plans.”
Mark Langhammer, Vice-Chair of Crusaders FC, said: 
“Crusaders FC has been part of the community since 1898 and this is our opportunity to provide an aspirational ‘space’ within our local neighbourhood.  The McDonald Centre will be an education resource for people of all ages.  On Saturday mornings, for example, we aim to host a Coding club for young children whilst their parents can take part in bitesize essential skills programmes.  There will be an apprenticeship programme for talented elite players, and the centre will also provide childcare and after-schools activities and a fitness facility for exercise classes. We are also working with Ulster University’s ‘Taking Boys Seriously’ research team.
“There are significant levels of educational achievement locally but a study by Queens University Belfast found that only 11.7% of local secondary school pupils attend grammar school, the lowest level in Northern Ireland.” 
Club Treasurer of Crusader FC, Tommy Whiteside, commented: 
“Crusaders is proud of its North Belfast heritage and we believe that this investment will help future generations of local people achieve their full potential.  Roy McDonald is a Crusaders living legend and his successes with the club over almost 50 years embodies everything we hope the new centre will achieve.”  
When Crusaders won the Irish League Premiership earlier this year, manager Stephen Baxter dedicated the title to goalkeeping coach, Roy McDonald, who hung up his gloves after 46 years with the club.  Roy joined Crusaders in 1972, playing over 400 games and winning several titles. 
UCIT has supported in excess of 400 community organisations, charities and social enterprises with loan commitments totalling over £80 million.


Building Better Futures Loan Fund enables Healthy Kidz to invest in growth

Healthy Kidz CIC is an innovative fitness initiative aiming to give physical literacy the same level of importance as academic literacy on the School curriculum.
Initially spearheaded by Tannaghmore Primary School, Lurgan, the project was aimed at promoting pupils to take part in regular physical activity. Interest in the project has grown rapidly since its foundation with 86 schools throughout Northern Ireland and 10,000 pupils already participating weekly.  
To meet this growing demand the organisation has accessed support from the Building Better Futures Fund to provide working capital to assist with initial running costs, allowing the organisation to invest in growth and increase revenue generation.
Community and voluntary organisations, charities and social enterprises can access loans through the Building Better Futures scheme which has been created and funded through a partnership between three leading local charities - Building Change Trust, Belfast Charitable Society and Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT). 
Building Change Trust was established in 2008 by the Big Lottery Fund with an endowment of £10million as an investment for community capacity building and promotion of the voluntary and community sector in Northern Ireland. Belfast Charitable Society was established in 1752 to tackle disadvantage and poverty and in doing so it built the Poor House and Belfast’s first Infirmary, which remains as Clifton House. 
The £1 Million fund which is being managed by UCIT provides small unsecured loans of £1,000 - £25,000 which cannot currently be raised from traditional sources. 
Kevin Creery of Healthy Kidz explained that the programme has become so successful they now employ nine full time coaches as well as 16 part time coaches. The aim is to get local firms on board and more investment as the company expands across Ireland. The initiative comes at a time in Northern Ireland when our young people's interest and engagement in physical activity is the lowest in the UK and the worst in history while levels of obesity and diabetes continue to rise. 
Children have various strands of fitness goals including access to an App which allows them to follow their progress.
Building Better Futures loans can be used for a wide range of purposes, including buildings and repairs, equipment purchase, making facilities more energy efficient or funding shortfalls in larger grant assisted projects. Further information about the scheme is available by contacting Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT) on 028 9031 5003.
£6.9 million
Invested in Sports Clubs

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UCIT Directors

Alan Moneypenny Chair
Chair of Finance and Audit committee, Riverside Theatre
Damian McAteer Vice-Chair
Director of Waterside Development Trust
Erskine Holmes OBE
Elected member of NI Council Co-operative Group
Jim Malone
Director/Founder Member of Ardee Community Development Company
Michael McGarrigle
Secretary of Council for the West
Douglas McIldoon
Secretary of NI Co-operative Forum
Seamus O’Prey
Chief Executive of ORTUS Group
Ian McAvoy
Chair, Playboard
Martin Stroud
Board Member of Ulster Waterways
Anthony Barbour
Board Member, NI Co-operative Forum
Audrey Murray
Business Development Manager, LEDCOM
William Patterson
Chairman, Farset International
Gary McQuoid
Director at Extern Ireland, NOW Group, Francina Foundation and GJJA Associates Limited.

Community Finance (Ireland) Directors

Alan Moneypenny Chair
Chair of Finance and Audit committee, Riverside Theatre
Michael McGarrigle Vice Chair
Secretary of Council for the West
Kevin Helferty
Director of Buncrana Credit Union Ltd
Jim Malone
Director/Founder Member of Ardee Community Development Company
William Patterson
Director of Farset Development Ltd.
Seamus O’Prey
Chief Executive of ORTUS Group
Andrew Ward
Joint CEO Inishowen Development Partnership

Community Finance (Ireland) Staff

Donal Traynor Associate Director
Lita Notte Group Marketing Manager
Terri Martin Office Administrator
Barry Symes Client Relationship Executive
Rose Hally Client Relationship Executive
Fiona Hughes Client Relationship Executive

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Social Impact & Financial Highlights Report 2018

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UCIT is a member of the UK Community Development Finance Association (CDFA). As a member of the CDFA, UCIT must comply to the CDFA Code of Practice.

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Membership of Ulster Community Investment Trust (UCIT) offers you the opportunity to be part of an exciting and progressive financial institution that is committed to breaking new ground in developing financial solutions for the social economy sector.

As an Industrial and Provident Society, UCIT offers membership by way of share acquisition with a minimum subscription of £250 Sterling (or the Euro equivalent).

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