Big Society Capital is seeking views on its progress to date through an independent stakeholder survey.
The survey also seeks ideas for future priorities. It is open to everyone, and Big Society Capital is hoping for feedback from a wide range of individuals and organisations from across the charity, social enterprise, intermediaries and investment sectors.
Cliff Prior, chief executive of Big Society Capital said:
“Big Society Capital was set up five years ago using the public’s money that was lying unused in dormant accounts with the ambition of making it easier for charities and social enterprises to raise investment so that they could do more of their fantastic work. Since that time a huge amount of work has been done. But there is always more we could be doing and different ways of doing this.”
The survey is open until midnight on 20th April and can be found at: http://bit.ly/BigSocietyCap_Survey.
Big Society Capital launched in 2012 to build the social investment market in the UK to help charities and social enterprises access appropriate repayable finance. So far, it has invested £261 million in specialist organisations that lend to charities and social enterprises.
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