Purpose of fund:
To invest in early stage scalable companies that work to increase incomes and improve the livelihoods of low-income communities in Southeast Asia and India.
Purpose of fund:
The Nature Conservancy Australia established the Murray-Darling Basin Balanced Water Fund to provide water security for Australian farming families while protecting culturally significant wetlands that support threatened species. Operating in the world’s largest water market, the Murray-Darling Basin Balanced Water Fund will be the first water investment fund in Australia to address balanced environmental, agricultural, social and financial outcomes.
The NYC Acquisition Fund aims for social impact, specifically to provide affordable housing in NYC for individuals and families who otherwise couldn’t afford to live in NYC’s five boroughs.
The MiHaven Property Fund (MPF) was established by MiHaven, a social enterprise that supports chronically unemployed Indigenous Australians to enter long-term sustainable employment in construction and related industries. The fund was formed to deliver a pilot project in Cairns, with a view to use the proceeds to invest in further projects in Australia if successful.
The Social Impact Fund (SIF) provides loans and equity investments to Australian social enterprises focused on positive social change including improving education, employment and life outcomes for disadvantaged members of the community.
The SEFA Loan Fund provides loans to not-for-profit and commercial organisations that have a social, cultural or environmental mission to deliver a public or community benefit via services or selling goods.
The Melbourne Montessori School Community Fund (MMS Community Finance Fund) was established to provide financial support for the Melbourne Montessori School, a not-for-profit charitable entity that provides education using the Maria Montessori method.
The LeapFrog Fund II invests in high-growth companies across Asia and Africa that offer empowering tools such as insurance, savings and investment products to emerging consumers.
The Social Enterprise Finance Fund (The ‘SEFF’) was established to support social enterprises to develop financial resilience and extend delivery of their products and services. The SEFF invests in social enterprises through direct loans (both secured and unsecured).
Eye Fund is revolutionising financing of the global eye care industry by making affordable eye care available to people living in poverty. Eye Fund provides loan financing for the development and support of eye care programs, outreach programs and training programs for health care professionals. A collaboration between non-government organisations and private sector institutions, Eye Fund aims to support and/or establish 250 eye care hospitals in developing countries, scaling up the existing eye care industry through introducing debt financing and cross subsidisation of patient fees.