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CAF Venturesome
Gareth Zahir-Bill
October 2014
Social investment in CAF:
CAF Venturesome
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Established 2002
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435 social investments totalling £35m
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Supporting charities and social enterprises
Social investment:
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Investors expect to both get back and to create social impact.
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The social investors providing this money include specialist banks, individuals, and charitable
trusts, as well as organisations and funds that have been specifically set up to make social
investments. Each has different motivations but what all social investors have in common is:
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They expect to get their money back, often with interest
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They want to see positive social change take place as a result of their investment
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Social investment is not a grant or a donation. It is money provided to invest to build
organisations and deliver services
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Investment will enable your organisation to generate more income or be more effective:
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Investment will help grow organisations, putting in place better systems, doing more social
good, and repaying the investment in the process
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Organisations will often be paid for the outcomes they achieve . Not for the services they
provide.
Social investment in CAF:
CAF Venturesome
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What are your experiences with social investment?
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What are your questions or areas of interest to be followed up?
CAF Venturesome
Gareth Zahir-Bill
07795 655422
03000 123 262
[email protected]
Social investment market
HIGH INVOLVEMENT
VENTURE
PHILANTHROPY
Bridges
Ventures
Impetus PEF
VENTURE
CAPITAL
Angel
investors
CAF
Venturesome
IMPACT-FIRST
Big Society
Capital
SIB
Esmee
Fairbairn,
Tudor
GRANT
MAKERS
Big Issue
Invest LGT
S&SC
NESTA
FSE
FINANCE-FIRST
CDFIs, local
Charity
investment
Bank
funds
Triodos
Bank
CAF Bank
High street
banks
BANKS
LOW INVOLVEMENT

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