Blog: Oct 2020

Levelling Up Our Communities: our view on the new report from Danny Kruger MP

25 September 2020

Following the publication of Danny Kruger's report on civil society and levelling up communities, our Policy Lead Will Thomson shares some thoughts on what this means for our work and the wider social investment landscape.

The Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund grants: how they work and how to get one

23 September 2020

If your organisation is based in and delivering the majority of its impact in England, you could be eligible for a grant alongside your RRLF loan. With one week to go before the deadline on 30 September, our Director of Enterprise and Development Rob Benfield explains all about the process.

The Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund: Three things you need for a successful application

17 September 2020

Thinking of applying for the Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund? With just under two weeks before the deadline on 30 September, our Director of Enterprise and Development Rob Benfield shares three things you’ll need to focus on for your application.

Strong social infrastructure can level up left-behind places: here's how

11 September 2020

One month on from launching our Futurebuilders Learnings, our Policy Lead Will Thomson explores the value of social infrastructure and how patient, flexible capital can help left-behind places to level up.

Three ways we’re changing our Customer Panel and why we need your feedback

3 September 2020

As SIB begins to redesign our Customer Panel, Jenny Smith outlines why we need feedback from our customers to better understand what will and won’t work about our new approach.

COVID-19: Coastal Communities

29 July 2020

Yesterday we published our ‘COVID-19 and Coastal Communities’ report, which set out a blueprint on how we can ‘Build Back Better’ by investing in a social economy that generates good jobs and secure incomes for local people. Our Policy Lead Will Thomson summarises our recommendations.

A Plan for Jobs: but is it fairer?

10 July 2020

As lockdown eases and businesses begin to reopen their doors to the public, the economy and labour market are flailing. Our Policy Lead Will Thomson explains how the Government should look to the social economy to build resilience across employment sectors and places.

Black Lives Still Matter: Our Ongoing and New Internal Initiatives

2 July 2020

Black Lives Matter, still matter and have always mattered to SIB. Our Diversity Coordinator Ebru Buyukgul shares our ongoing and new internal initiatives and reiterates our commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion.

The Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund: Five takeaways from our new online dashboard

24 June 2020

Since launching the Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund at the end of April, transparency has been a key aim. In line with this, we are publishing a new online dashboard with real-time data from the Fund. Our Researcher Jenny Smith shares some insights and analysis from this so far.

COVID-19: Grimsby Deep Dive

28 May 2020

Alongside our work with Tortoise, we’re working on a COVID-19 & Communities data sprint to drill a little deeper into what the current crisis means for the social economy. Our Policy Lead Will Thomson explores this within the context of places and people.

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