The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity is delighted to announce the total sum approved in interest-free business and education loans for the opening quarter of 2020.
Following the first round of interviews with prospective borrowers in February, five loans, totalling a sum of £44,000, were approved to help establish or develop new businesses in Leicestershire, or help students return to university to obtain postgraduate qualifications.
The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity is delighted to announce the appointments of Sue Cleminson, Mark Shelton and Greg Hollingsworth to the charity’s Board of Trustees.
Boasting a wealth of experience across varied areas of business, the three new trustees will work as part of a Board of Trustees totalling 18 members, overseeing the operation of one of the oldest charities in the city of Leicester. Amongst their roles, the three new trustees will form part of panels conducting interviews with prospective borrowers, in addition to visiting the business ventures of those successful in their application.
The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity is delighted to announce that a total of £128,500 has been approved in interest-free loans at the end of the charity’s third quarter of 2019.
One of the city’s oldest charities, having been established in 1542, The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity offers loans of up to £20,000, which are completely interest-free, to give start-ups or developing businesses a much-needed helping-hand.
In addition, students embarking on post-graduate study can apply for up to £10,000 on the same terms.
Join The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity for an event not to be missed for any young or aspiring business owner in Leicestershire.
Forming part of the 2018 Leicester Business Festival, the event – Challenges and Triumphs of Business Start-Up – takes place at Friars Mill from 9.30am on Wednesday 31 October 2018 and is completely FREE OF CHARGE to attend.
The three-hour long event is perfect for those aged between 18 and 34 who want to start, or have recently started, their own business.
Those in attendance will hear first-hand from young businesses who have experienced the challenges and triumphs of starting a business within Leicestershire, making the leap as a young person to become self-employed.