SOCIAL INVESTMENT 28 January 2014 . Definition . Social investment is any investment activity which has an expectation of both a specified social outcome and an explicit financial return (usually below “market-rate”).
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28 January 2014
Social investment is any investment activity which has an expectation of both a specified social outcome and an explicit financial return (usually below “market-rate”).
Main difference with traditional types of grant funding is that there is generally an expectation of repayment!
NAVCA – February 2012
Trustees and Management team
A creative arts organisation
based in Sheffield, it provides
opportunities for artists, offers
performance classes and
reaches out to disadvantaged
people in marginalised
neighbourhoods. It borrowed
£150,000 towards purchase of a
new building in order to expand
and rely less on grants by
becoming more self-sufficient.
Point Blank Theatre, Jon Maiden
“Partly as a result of the credit
crunch, we had hit a lot of brick
walls with other lenders prior to
getting involved with Charity
Bank. We wouldn’t be where we
are now without their faith in
the future of charities
and social businesses
Telephone: 07787 575023