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Social Impact Bond to help young people improve their educational attainment and reduce youth unemployment.

Local Solutions

Social Impact Bond to improve accommodation and work outcomes for a group of young, homeless people with complex circumstances.

Investment in the largest personal lending Community Development Finance Institution in the UK.

Moneyline offers access to affordable credit to consumers on low incomes. It used social investment to grow its social business.

Blog | 4 June 2015

Last month, Prince Charles visited the Homeground Hostel in Liverpool to meet young homeless people helped by Local Solutions, a charity supporting vulnerable and excluded people throughout the Merseyside region.

Blog | 19 February 2015

In this guest blog, Michelle Farrell-Bell from Teens & Toddlers talks about the benefits of using a Social Impact Bond.

News | 11 February 2015

Housing specialist, My Space, will considerably increase its services and support for vulnerable adults as it implements an action plan for substantial growth over the next three years.

Teens and Toddlers is a Social Impact Bond working with young people in the North West. It is part of the Department for Work and Pensions' Innovation Fund.

Blog | 15 April 2014

Whalley Community Hydro – a community renewable energy scheme in Lancashire’s Ribble Valley – is the first organisation to be awarded a loan by Charity Bank following  Big Society Capital’s investment in the Bank last month.

Blog | 4 March 2014

“It’s been great to spend a day feeling being both inspired and better informed”

This was just one of the comments from a social enterprise delegate attending one of the two events on social finance that Big Society Capital supported with Social Enterprise North West (SENW) in Salford and Social Enterprise Yorkshire and Humber (SEYH) in Leeds last week. Both SENW and SEYH ran fantastic lively events to bring social enterprises and charities together with social finance providers – with the chance to meet similar organisations and social finance organisations, debate, and hear updates on current developments and examples of social investment in action.