The best way to do this is set up CIC as defined by the Companies Act as

Community Interest Company
A Community Interest Company (CIC) is a type of Limited Company, with special additional features created for the use of people who want to conduct business of other activity for community benefit rather than private advantage. A CIC is essentially a business with social objectives that trades and whose
surpluses are principally re-invested (a Social Enterprise). The difference between a Community Interest Company (CIC) and a Company Limited by Guarantee is that a CIC has a statutory ‘asset lock’ to prevent the assets and profits being distributed, except as permitted by legislation. This ensures the assets and
profits are retained within the Community Interest Company for community purposes, or transferred to another asset – locked organisation, such as another Community Interest Company or Charity.


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