As a membership organisation, EVPA values the contributions that each organisation brings to the network. Therefore, we highlight new members as they join our community. This month we’re welcoming five new members!
New associate members
TISE is a Poland based social investment organisation active in the Central and Eastern Europe region. Its mission is to provide loans and advisory services conducive to the development local initiatives for sustainable growth. TISE is active in a broad number of sectors, without focusing on specific target groups. As of this year, it will launch an impact fund focused on providing equity and quasi equity to social enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe.
Kampani NV is a recently created Belgian social impact investment fund that provides growth capital investment to farmer families organised in producer organisations in the south. By targeting the missing middle, Kampani aims to increase the farmers’ income, improve their position in agricultural product chains, contribute to the development of their communities, increase local and regional food security, and contribute to the safeguarding of our planet. It was created by a consortium of NGO’s and the private sector.
Financing Agency for Social Entrepreneurship (FASE), is a Munich based agency whose mission is to assist social enterprises in finding appropriate financing for their ideas and concepts. To this end, FASE identifies and approaches investors and financiers from the entire spectrum; from private investors, family offices, foundations, social investors, banks, public sectors and companies, often syndicating several investors with different financing components with innovative, financing approaches. FASE is an independent organisation conscious of the social and environmental impact of its projects and seeking to contribute towards a financial ecosystem for social innovations.
New Associate members in the category VP/SI Service Providers
Social Innovation Factory (Sociale Innovatie Fabriek) is a networking organisation and incubator that promotes, coaches and supports social and societal innovative concepts in Flanders and Brussels. The network was set up by civil society and social entrepreneur with the aim of promoting and guiding social innovation and social entrepreneurship, and to lead this towards (co) financing or partnerships. The Social Innovation Factory provides associations or companies access to expertise in its learning network in order to successfully launch social innovative projects.
Good45 is a boutique consultancy in family governance and wealth organisation that accompanies families who have the ambition to use part of their wealth to create social impact. Good45 has been created late 2014 by long standing VP/SI supporter Pierre Paul De Schrevel, upon leaving the Belgian private bank Degroof.
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