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Dreamstarter | Boosting social enterprise capacity

ING Dreamstarter | Boosting social enterprise capacity Do you have a ‘goods’ based social enterprise? Then now is the perfect time to launch or grow your social enterprise with the support of ING Dreamstarter. Applications for this supported crowdfunding campaign close 25th August – Find out more today. THAT’S NOT ALL ING Direct has partnered with […]

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SEFA joins the Zero Carbon Hub (ZCH)

SEFA joins the Zero Carbon Hub We are very excited to announce that SEFA has moved into the Sydney headquarters of World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) at Ultimo.  We were sad to leave the Bulb and Sydney CBD however are loving the new digs.  We are sharing the space with other outstanding organisations including […]

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SEFA Impact Report 2016

We have revamped this year’s impact report to simply show the remarkable impacts across many areas, including employment, disability services, social inclusion and health and well-being, that our loan partners are achieving. The positive outcomes achieved are far reaching and will continue to unfold as their businesses mature. This report is not only a communication […]

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Nightingale Housing spreads its wings

The co-housing development “Nightingale on Florence” supported by a SEFA Loan Syndicate is well under way. The builder Project Group has finished putting the slab in place and the first stories are going up in Brunswick, opposite The Commons, winner of multiple sustainability awards.   Nightingale on Florence will bring together 24 first-home buyers who […]

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Hannah Miller joins SEFA Partnerships

With a bachelors of International Studies in Globalisation, Hannah has spent the last 5+ years building partnerships across the entertainment, media, government, NFP, commercial and social enterprise sectors, and is fascinated by the ways in which communities evolve to best support themselves and each other. Interested in how cross sector engagement and learning can create change, Hannah’s […]

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