UK Social Inequality Facility

Our UK Social Inequality Facility supports pioneering social enterprises and charities tackling different dimensions of inequality with a particular focus on: Education, Employment and Training; Secure Housing and Local Facilities; Income and Financial Inclusion; Mental Health and Well Being

Our UK portfolio to date includes

Education, Employment and Training

Secure Housing and Local Facilities

Income and Financial Inclusion

Mental Health and Well Being

We chose this focus because of the impact potential as well as the level of innovation with regards to market-based solutions. We support social enterprises and charities located across the UK, that either deliver place-based solutions or business models capable of wider scale.

Our UK Social Inequality Facility Case Studies



Moneyline was incorporated as an Industrial Provident Society in 2001 and provides short-term credit and savings accounts to low income households with branches in Northern England, the Midlands and South Wales. They have the largest market share among Community Development Financial Institutions in the UK, and to date have provided over 120,000 loans, lent GBP68m, opened over 25k savings accounts and generated over GBP8.5m in savings deposits.

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Kineara provides interventions to individuals who are at risk of
losing their home in the most disadvantaged areas of London.

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