Burley Gate Community Shop raised money from the local community using Social Investment Tax Relief.
Freedom Bakery raised investment from seven investors using the Social Investment Tax Relief to grow their prison-based social enterprise.
FC United of Manchester is a community owned football club which raised money using Social Investment Tax Relief to help build a new stadium.
FareShare South West is a charity which used money raised using Social Investment Tax Relief to increase its impact in the local community
Ambition East Midlands is a Social Impact Bond working with young homeless people in Gloucestershire.
Greenwich Leisure Limited, a Community Benefit Society, used a charity bond to help transform new sports facilities as accessible community facilities.
Ambition East Midlands is a Social Impact Bond working with young homeless people in the East Midlands.
Portpatrick Community Benefit Society used Social Investment Tax Relief to raise money to save the local habour.
Homes for Good used social investment to buy houses that it then rents to vulnerable people on lower incomes.
HCT Group used social investment to scale their community transport business.
Clevedon Pier Heritage and Limited Trust is a Community Benefit Society which raised money via Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) to help renovate and sustain Clevedon Pier.
Commonweal Housing used social investment to buy properties to support an innovative new project for formerly homeless people.