Read our latest blog to find out how Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) is encouraging large corporate partners to spend money with CICs in return for products or services
Theatre for Life CIC was set-up by Artistic Director, Michelle Smith, to raise aspirations of young people through live theatre.
At Employee Volunteering CIC we help companies implement dynamic and rewarding employee volunteering programmes across the UK.
We often get asked by Community Interest Companies (CICs) what the differences are between the various tax reliefs available to CICs, and social enterprises. We are therefore pleased to publish 'A Simple Guide to Tax Reliefs for Charities and …
This thriving organisation has grown to support over 400 businesses involved in rearing, growing and making local food, drink and craft.
Crafting4Good CIC was born out of an idea to be able to use the love of a hobby to start a business, but what type of business? It was a struggle at first but then Adele discovered a new way …
Joy Bishop is the Lead Sleep Counsellor and Founder of Sleep East Community Interest Company. She has worked with families of children with special and educational needs (SEND) for over 20 years.
The Regulator’s Community Interest Companies (CIC) Annual Report 2017 to 2018 was laid in Parliament on Thursday, 19 July 2018.
The Pembrokeshire Health and Wellbeing project helps the people of Pembrokeshire to feel better by offering friendly interactions in hospitals, care homes and other organisations.
Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) is the government's tax relief for social investment. It encourages individuals to support charities and social enterprises. Individuals receive a 30% tax break when investing in an eligible organisation.
Set up as a community co-operative, the CIC is creating a sustainable, inner-city garden suburb, situated in Newcastle’s most ethnic and socially diverse communities.