Social enterprises and charitable outcomes: social finance in Australia


The increase in prominence of social enterprises in recent years has provided new opportunities for charities and not-for-profits to carry out their mission objectives.

In 2010, the Australian Government established the Social Enterprise Development and Investment Fund (SEDIF). The purpose of the SEDIF is to provide financial products and related capacity building for social enterprises. On 9 August 2011, the Australian Government announced the successful fund managers for SEDIF.

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