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Social Impact Investment

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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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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In March 2016, VFFF provided a loan of $2 million to Moore Theological College to assist in the redevelopment of the Newtown campus, that was officially opened in February 2017.

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In 2017, VFFF approved its third impact investment. $750,000 of VFFF Corpus was invested for equity in YUME Pty Ltd, an organisation that seeks to assist primary producers to achieve a return on produce that for a variety of reasons becomes surplus to needs.

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Building the pipeline of investment ready social enterprises

 

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Acknowledging the need to build the pipeline of investment ready ‘impact first’ opportunities, VFFF has approved grants to help grow the pool of investments.

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Assisting social enterprises

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binära optioner forum VFFF has supported The Social Outfit, an ethical fashion label providing employment and training to people from refugee and new migrant communities, since its establishment in 2012.

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opzioni binarie meno di 100 euro 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

  • Australian National University
    $300,000 over two years towards the Next Generation Farming Management and Biodiversity Project, to help farmers in rural Australia better manage the natural assets on their farms.
  • Australian Schools Plus
    $79,000 to establish a resource pool of school coaches to support the delivery of the Fair Education Program.
  • Refugee Advice & Casework Service
    $500,000 towards ensuring people seeking asylum in NSW under the 'fast track' process are able to lodge their applications for protection within the shortened deadline of the Australian Government.
  • Western Sydney University
    $336,892 over two years for the Bulundidi Gudaga Study - a research project to examine the effectiveness of an early childhood intervention program among Aboriginal children in south-western Sydney.
  • Blue Datto Foundation
    $20,000 towards the Keeping Safe program that provides emergency road safety education for regional New South Wales.
  • Sanctuary Australia
    $24,000 to cover rental expenses of the Sanctuary Centre, a community meeting space to support the settlement needs of refugees in Coffs Harbour.