The Homeless Link Social Investment Fund offers flexible, blended finance of up to £150,000 to charities and social enterprises working to reduce homelessness across England.
The Fund is looking to support organisations to:
- increase the homelessness sector’s knowledge and experience of social investment;
- develop new models for income generation and funding; and
- improve their long-term sustainability.
The Homeless Link Social Investment Fund is provided through the Growth Fund, which is managed by Access-the Foundation for Social Investment with funding from The National Lottery Community Fund and Big Society Capital.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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