We’re a not-for-profit social impact investment fund manager, bringing private sector capital and capabilities into sizeable businesses and projects to create significant social impact.Learn more
Our focus is on making investments in areas of highest social need, to enable us to achieve maximum impact while delivering investors attractive, appropriate risk-weighted returns.
High quality training to equip the workforce of the future
Spent by the State and Federal governments on VET in 2020
Australians are long term unemployed as at June 2021
Annual unemployment benefits for 1.5m Australians (estimated jobs lost by 2030 due to automation).
A standard of care that adequately respects the rights of elders
Government spend on aged care across FY21
Of Residential Aged Care homes meet incoming minimum staffing requirements
Estimated annual cost to implement the key recommendations from the royal commission
Timely, ongoing adequate levels of support for all who need it
Spent by the State and Federal governments on mental health in FY20
Of Australian psychologists have waiting lists of 3 months or more
Top end of annual cost to society range from mental ill health (per PC final report)
Breaking down the barriers to a quality life for individuals living with disability and their families
Support payments made under the NDIS in FY21
Of people with disability in Australia live near or below the poverty line
Required to address the shortfall in fit for purpose disability accommodation
Access to safe, secure housing for all people regardless of life circumstances
Federal government spend on housing and homelessness in FY21
Households on waitlists for public housing
Estimated cost to address the ~150k national shortfall in social housing
All of our five target social sub-sectors are categorised by significant gaps in service provision that exist despite large existing government commitments, and with significant amounts of capital required to close these gaps, require large scale mobilisation of private capital. Hover over any of the five sector cards to get a sense for the scale of these gaps.
While no two investments are the same, our investments all share common impact channels that act as conduits, linking our capital to the desired social change
Improve the quality of service provision and products available in the social sectors
Ensure people of all backgrounds have the opportunity to access these services and products
Build an evidence base to inform practice and leverage to advocate for change
Ensure ongoing stable operations and deliver financial efficiencies that enable maximum impact to be generated
Construct workplaces that can build, grow and promote a capable and engaged purpose-driven workforce
For Purpose Investment Partners acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We believe that diversity, equity and inclusion at For Purpose Investment Partners are critical in our efforts to create significant social impact. Diversity in the team allows us to better represent the diversity of thought and experiences of the communities that we are aiming to serve, promotes a healthy and thriving working environment, and delivers innovative and sustainable outcomes for our communities, our people, our investors and our partners.