LOVE What You Do!

Don’t settle for an unfulfilling job just because you can’t access enough funds to start your own business or grow an existing one! Fredericks Foundation can help you with startup loans of up to £15,000 and expert mentors to support you on your journey to success. 

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Who we are…

Fredericks is a Responsible Finance Provider that provides loans to people who want to set up a new business or maintain or expand an existing business. Fredericks is open to anyone who has a viable business proposition, but cannot obtain mainstream finance. Fredericks operates across England and Wales with a support team on hand to help and guide applicants all the way through the process. The support continues even after the applicant has been successful in the form of mentoring, practical business advice, networking and links within the local community that can help support and grow new and expanding businesses.

Our Mission

Fredericks Foundation's mission is to provide access to small business loans to people excluded from mainstream credit in order to create choice not charity, and to give individuals the opportunity to transform their lives, and to build a society based on dignity not on handouts.

Our Aim

To alleviate poverty by providing microfinance to enable people to achieve the dignity and self respect of supporting themselves through enterprise;  To work with partners and volunteers to promote and support self employment and reinforce local communities through business.


Free Fredericks Mentor Training Day

We are pleased to announce that Fredericks Foundation is holding a mentor training day on Thursday 22nd March.

The training will be located near Victoria Station and will run from 9.30am to 4.00pm, with registration and coffee at 9.00am.

The training will be conducted by Kerrie Dorman, the founder of the Association of Business Mentors.

The course is entitled ‘Mentoring Fundamentals’ and the main topics covered are:

·         The history of mentoring

·         Boundaries and structure

·         Skill sets required

·         Tools and techniques

Each attendee will leave with a copy of ‘The Mentoring Manual’ by the best selling Julie Starr.

There is no cost to attend this essential training day but places are limited to only 12. Please register your interest as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

To register interest please contact Peter Kelly, Volunteer Manager on peter@fredericksfoundation.org.

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“The Fredericks Foundation has really helped us
to thrive, with friendly advice and ongoing support.
If you feel you need help or your bank turns you
down don’t give up - give Fredericks Foundation
a call - it could really change your life!”

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