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In 2013 leading UK foundations and Social Finance set up the Impact Incubator with the ambition of transforming outcomes for some of the most entrenched issues. 

In its first phase of work, the Impact Incubator developed four new initiatives to tackle domestic abuse, support people leaving the care system, eliminate mental health inequity for black communities and build a community response to support successful integration of refugees.

Over the next few years, it will continue to support these initiatives and will explore whether it is possible to develop new initiatives to prevent homelessness, support children outside mainstream education and increase access to legal advice and representation.

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A closer look

This report considers ways of improving support for young people leaving foster and residential care. It uses analysis...
Sponsorship is where a community takes on the responsibility of resettling a refugee family, using their networks...

Community Sponsorship supports communities to resettle and integrate refugees in the UK
Leaving Well is a framework to improve support for young people leaving the care system.
Black Thrive is a partnership to improve mental well-being among the black community in Lambeth
Drive is a response to high-risk perpetrators of domestic abuse in Essex, South Wales and West Sussex
Blog entry
Getting to where they want to be — supporting young people leaving care By Hannah Jump Leaving home and...