Housing is broken and we are seeking opportunities to invest where the private property and housing sector is working in step with the charity sector to find lasting solutions.

 
 
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National homelessness property fund

Investment Type: Debt

Resonance is a social impact investment company, founded in 2002, with funds under management of circa £200m, across a range of funds that deal with some of the biggest issues facing society. The largest of these funds are the Homelessness Property Funds, that help people who are at risk of homelessness become more independent, linking stable housing to a positive development in other parts of their lives, for example gaining employment. These funds are operated in conjunction with leading homelessness charity St. Mungo’s. For more about resonance click here.


ethical property company

The Ethical Property Company own or manage 23 Centres across the UK providing office, event and retail space to 331 tenants, and meeting and events space to a further 708 organisations including charities, social enterprises, voluntary and campaign groups.

Tenants benefit from reasonable rents, flexible tenancy terms and being part of a working community where they can exchange skills and ideas.

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THE GREENHOUSE

Investment Type: Impact Only Investment

The Greenhouse is a ground-breaking innovation programme lead by the National Housing Federation, the trade body for England's housing associations. It brings together innovators from housing associations from every region, who will work full-time for 16-weeks to develop new products and services that tackle major social challenges including housebuilding, tackling homelessness and ensuring homes adapt as people get older and their needs change.  This is the first time that social innovation has been attempted on this sector-wide scale.