Share Offer

Share Offer

Help us purchased and develop Northern Ireland's first community-owned farm.

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Our 2018/2019 Public Community Share Offer is now closed.

Between August 2018 and January 2019 we raised £309,020 to purchase and equip the first community-owned farm in Northern Ireland! This included £184,020 in community share capital, £115,000 in peer-to-peer loans and a £10,000 grant.

2021 Share Offer

Don’t worry – we’re planning another community share offer in 2021 to fund the the building of a multi-purpose barn at Jubilee Farm, subject to planning permission.

You can also donate to support our award-winning agricultural and environmental work with volunteers, refugees and asylum seekers, adults with learning difficulties, churches, and communities.

Members are entitled to...

5% discount on vegboxes OR the Pig Club for one year, open to those investing in this share offer only.

Have name on a “Founder Members’ Ribbon” that will be tied to the branch of the “Members’ Tree” at Jubilee Farm on the first Members’ day.

Invitation to quarterly Members’ days, during which Members are invited to take part in guided farm walks and participation in seasonal farm tasks.

Free Monthly Jubilee Farm e-newsletter to keep you updated with Jubilee Farm news, activities, and developments.

Volunteering and internship opportunities.

Opportunity to attend and participate in our AGMs.

2018 Share Information

Launched: 20 October 2018
Extended Deadline: 25 January 2019

Minimum Investment: £50
Maximum Investment: £20,000

The optimum target of our share offer is £145,000, while our minimum target is £110,000 and our maximum target is £225,000.

All members should regard these shares a long-term investment. They may apply to a minimum of 50 to a maximum of 20,000 shares at £1.00 each, payable in full on application. Anyone aged 16 or above can invest. Organisations, clubs and companies can invest too.

Jubilee in the News

In 2018, as news of our farm share offer spread, the story was covered by local and national news outlets, including BBC News. We’ve done our best to collect some of these.