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The Bright Futures Fund has made its first investment into Ability Tec, a Bolton-based social enterprise, using the newly introduced Social Investment Tax Relief. The fund targets commercial success...
The growth of community businesses is driven by attempts to rescue libraries, pubs and other local assets under threat from closure, according to research released by the independent trust Power to...
New research by Vivid Economics published today [1] reveals the true value of a large city’s network of public parks and greenspaces – and shows that cutting parks budgets is counter-productive,...
Social Finance and Newcastle City Council, and in partnership with Impetus-PEF, launch a report today on youth unemployment in Newcastle. An analysis of 8,000 17-19 year olds in Newcastle, shows...
The Social Finance Global Network launches today (5 July) its latest white paper, Social Impact Bonds: The Early Years. Key highlights of the report: 60 Social Impact Bonds have launched in 15...
Social Finance is delighted to announce that David Blood has been appointed as its chair and will take up the post in April 2016, following the retirement of Bernard Horn. Bernard Horn will step down...
Leading social sector organisations, Respect, SafeLives and Social Finance are working together with Police and Crime Commissioners and Local Authorities in Sussex, Essex and South Wales and the...
Today Social Finance and Kin Capital announce the launch of the first UK- wide fund to take advantage of the new Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR).  The £3 million Bright Futures SITR Fund will...
The Care and Wellbeing Fund announces today that it has launched with £12 million of investment from Big Society Capital and Macmillan Cancer Support. The fund will be used to develop and scale new...
Social impact investing could herald a new era of safer road investment by making transparent the links between road safety measures and public health outcomes. A new report by Social Finance and...

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