Who Gives A Crap is a social enterprise dedicated to selling environmentally friendly toilet paper with 50% of profits going to sanitation projects overseas. Their vision is to combat poor sanitation and the diseases it brings in developing countries worldwide, by changing the buying habits of Australian consumers towards ethical toilet paper alternatives.
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).
StartSomeGood is a leading crowdfunding platform for social change initiatives. A seed investment of $400,000 was put towards the further development of StartSomeGood in order to scale the capital flow to impactful projects.
Three Sista’s is a social enterprise that provides support to the displaced and homeless via a private model of social housing accomodation in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. To help address this issue and provide a solution, Three Sista’s acquired a loan of $450,000 from Social Enterprise Finance Australia (SEFA).
The Upper Murray Community Bakery is an initiative by Corryong Neighbourhood House (CNH) to increase employment and training opportunities in rural Victoria.
Feast of Merit is a social enterprise in the hospitality sector that is owned and operated by YGAP, a movement of impact entrepreneurs that work to change lives.