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Social Finance CEO David Hutchison sat on the steering committee for the Social Metric Committee, which has launched its new measure of UK Poverty.  17th September 2018 Social Metrics Commission...
Responsible lender Five Lamps has today secured a £5 million investment to help vulnerable households across the UK break out of the cycle of high-cost debt. The funding will mobilise over £60...
New Report: Care Leavers support system in England should redirect resources to the front-line   Leaving care is often a traumatic time for care leavers. On leaving care, there is 23% increase in...
New Delhi, May 14, 2018 - Social Finance Global Network (SFGN) and The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment (GSG) today announced the launch of Social Finance India (SF-IND) and first three of...
For immediate release Social Impact Bonds reach global mass: 108 projects launched in 24 countries Nearly $400m raised to tackle social issues globally Nine countries launched first programs in 2017...
Five London boroughs join forces to help troubled families stay together Wednesday, 15th January 2018 By Social Finance Positive Families Partnership is a new initiative designed to help deal with...
World’s 1st Social Impact Bond shown to cut reoffending and to make impact investors a return Independent evaluation determines that Peterborough Social Impact Bond reduced reoffending of short-...
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,...

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