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The Care and Wellbeing Fund was launched in 2015 with £12 million of investment from Big Society Capital and Macmillan Cancer Support.
The fund was established to develop and scale community-based services to improve health and wellbeing across the country, with a particular focus on long-term conditions such as cancer.
This is a new means of investing in and scaling community care, and aims to create services that allow people dealing with long term health conditions to access the services they need, when and where they need them.
The fund is managed by Social Finance, a non-profit with a strong track record delivering innovative programmes in the health and social care space.
The Care and Wellbeing fund are looking to work with a cohort of CCGs to establish a social investment model to drive improvements in End of Life Care, delivering wider savings for commissioners.
The fund is looking to offer primary care providers a combination of both financial investment and business advisory support. It will tailor the structure of its investments to fit the needs of each organisation, and can consider both equity and debt (secured or unsecured) in amounts from £400,000 to over £1 million.
The fund are also open to discussing potential investments focused on different areas of health and social care, for example:
To find out more about this fund please visit the Care and Wellbeing Fund website using the link provided on the right hand side.
Projects between £500K and £2.4m