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opzioni binarie truffa VFFF aims to identify opportunities to make impact investments that achieve commercial returns and further social outcomes for our beneficiaries. Working with our investment manager Cambooya, VFFF seeks to have 5% of the corpus invested on an impact first basis by 30 June 2017.

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Tadalafil Oral Strips Online In November 2015, VFFF approved its first impact investment, a property in Armidale for $570,000 plus on-costs to establish BackTrack‘s residential program, helping youth at risk.

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Building the pipeline of investment ready social enterprises

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d bol pills Working with social lender Social Enterprise Finance Australia (SEFA), VFFF supplemented SEFA’s loan facility by approving a grant of $285,000 to provide seed funding for Tender Funerals, a not-for-profit funeral service empowering people in the death and dying process.

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opzione binarie VFFF also provides core operating funding to support the establishment of the Parents’ Cafe Fairfield, an initiative originally borne out of Fairfield High School to support parents of newly arrived refugee students and that has evolved into a social enterprise catering business, generating income and employment.

Latest Grants

  • The Australian Centre for Social Innovation
    $441,900 to develop a regional capability building model with the key people and initiatives VFFF works with in Lachlan Shire, Dubbo and Bourke.
  • Lower Lachlan Community Services
    $248,776 over two years to continue the Growing Lachlan initiative into implementation - driving action on addressing the community priorities identified in the Growing Lachlan research and consultation.
  • The Northcott Society
    $186,416 over three years of therapeutic support and staff capacity building to support up to 20 students at Jarjum College, Redfern.
  • Bellambi Neighbourhood Centre
    $48,250 towards IGNITE - A program for disengaged high school students in the Illawarra region that provides training and support for transitioning to the workforce or higher education.
  • Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal
    $20,000 to support applications from communities to implement the ideas developed by young people at the 2017 Heywire Regional Youth Summit.
  • Sugarvalley Neighbourhood Advancement Group
    $23,650 to employ a grant writer across a group of 12 Neighbourhood Centres in the Hunter, Newcastle and Lake Macquarie area.