Discover case study examples of social investment in organisations whose work centres around equality, diversity and inclusion, as well as organisations with diverse leaders.
A series of podcasts featuring diverse leaders who have harnessed social investment in their organisations. We hear the challenges and opportunities they experienced, and what they wish they'd known when taking on social investment.
Find out more about our upcoming events - all with a goal of peer learning, sharing knowledge and information regarding social investment.
Support for diverse organisations
Explore and read research and news from across the social investment sector and from charities and social enterprises who are working to address inequality and improve diversity.
We are delighted to work alongside charities, social enterprises and networks to improve access to information, knowledge and resources on social investment.
How can we collaborate to make social investment more accessible to diverse-led social enterprises and charities across the UK?
The Addressing Imbalance programme launched in 2021 with the aim of connecting and engaging with organisations led by diverse founders, to address the barriers to accessing investment that they face disproportionately. Our goal is to provide learning and resources to empower leaders with the tools...
For International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month 2022, the School for Social Entrepreneurs had a chat with five changemakers in the social enterprise scene to hear about their journeys and how they’re breaking the bias.
In light of #IWD2022, we, along with our co-funders, ACCESS, have shared the inspiring leaders within the social investment sector that #BreakTheBias every single day.
Introducing our brand-new Scoping Social Investment tool, designed for membership bodies, community/voluntary networks and social sector support organisations.
Henna at School for Social Entrepreneurs spoke to three social entrepreneurs in the region who’ve used social investment to increase impact and income, to learn about their experiences.
Addressing Imbalance was a well designed and thorough programme which gave the senior management team at All Saints Action Network the opportunity to raise their game in terms of social investment and use as means to engage our local network to also consider social investment as a real option to enable growth and development.
Iftikar Karim, All Saints Action Network
Refugee entrepreneurs have the potential to build business solutions to some of the most pressing social issues of our generation. This potential is often held back by barriers to the type of finance they need to launch and scale new ideas. Through Addressing Imbalance, we have the opportunity to remove some of these barriers and close the gap between social investors and innovators by experience.
Charlie Fraser, TERN