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For trusts, foundations & charities with investable funds

HOW CAN YOU GET INFORMED ABOUT SOCIAL INVESTING?

If you'd like to find out more about the social investment journey of other trusts, foundations and charities, scroll down for blogs and case studies.

If you're considering using social investment as a tool and want to share and learn with other trusts, foundations and charities, The SIIG (Social Impact Investors Group) provides help, guidance, ideas and some practical tools.

The SIIG is an informal group of trusts and foundations that meet regularly to learn from each other and exchange information. The SIIG currently has over 200 individual members representing over 70 trusts and foundations.

The SIIG is governed by a voluntary steering group of trusts and foundations and organises learning sessions, market information days as well as offering other tools and resources

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Tips and guidance for boards making social investments

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Stories of trusts and foundations that have made social investment

Read about the social investment journey of trusts, foundations and charities

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Joanna brings experience of partnership working in the social sector to Big Society Capital, where she seeks to build new ways of working with foundations and mission-aligned investors to help solve crucial social challenges.

If you'd like to discuss making social investment, or to find out more, please get in touch with Joanna at: