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Australia has a mature range of health, welfare and education programs, collectively referred to as a social purpose market. Every year Australia spends more than half a trillion dollars (in excess of $510 billion) on these social purposes. The significant social and economic challenges associated...
This report extends our previous Bankwest Foundation research and investigates the experiences of on-the-ground community organisations, government and philanthropic funders of community service organisations, and community sector peak bodies with outcomes measurement in Western Australia.
This report argues that thousands of low income Australians are one step closer to financial inclusion and less likely to borrow from fringe lenders after they’ve received a StepUP Loan.
Based on a survey of 500 StepUP loan recipients, the report shows 73.6 per...
NAB's Microenterprise Loan program is part of a commitment by NAB to address financial exclusion in Australia.
These unsecured business loans are for small enterprises that do not have access to mainstream business finance. The loans are not provided as a band-aid or short-term...
This document reports on the research findings of the Finding Australia’s Social Enterprise Sector (FASES) 2016 project. FASES 2016 builds on the original FASES 2010 project, to document characteristics of Australian social enterprises, and explore the opportunities and challenges they face.
Traditional ways of funding not-for-profit organisations (NPOs) to deliver programs that address complex social problems are struggling to keep up with demand. Despite record high levels of government funding for NPOs, there is still a significant level of unmet need and new approaches to funding...