Financing social enterprise in ireland – Models of impact & readiness

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To contribute to the development of the social finance sector in Ireland

To develop financial instruments for social enterprises

To support the wide range of social enterprise organisations working within any area that falls under the National Social Enterprise Policy

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Contribute to the Financing Social Enterprise in Ireland survey to help us better understand the future of Social Finance in Ireland. 

WHAT THIS PROJECT IS ABOUT

All across Ireland, social enterprises are making a difference in the lives of people in their communities.   Supporting these social enterprises has become increasingly important and urgent. But how should social enterprises be supported? What social finance initiatives are needed to give the greatest impact? Would you like to learn more?

Our Latest NEWS

Some of the stories from the project and from our stakeholders.

Social Finance Workshops are nearly here!

Social Finance Workshops are nearly here!

We are busy lining up some workshops in the coming weeks starting this Friday 5th November with a packed out 'Organisational structure, form status and potential relationships with group structure' We still have two workshops coming up on the 12th and 26th November:...

EU Taxonomy

EU Taxonomy

In July 2020, the EU’s Taxonomy Regulation entered into force. This is a classification system which establishes a list of environmentally sustainable economic activities: climate change mitigation/adaptation, transition to a circular economy etc. This created a...

Social Finance Survey Winners Announced!

Social Finance Survey Winners Announced!

Photo: Emmett O'Hara, Associate Director Community Finance Ireland; Marie McSteen, Director Balbriggan Meals on Wheels (accepting cheque); Christine Rafferty, Balbriggan Meals on Wheels, Director; and Liz Wall, Office Administrator, Balbriggan Meals on Wheels Huge...

OUR FUNDING

This project is funded under the EaSI Funds by the EU Commission.