Social Impact
Investment Network
South Australia

Is it really possible to achieve important social outcomes
while generating investment returns?

At SIINSA we believe it is.

Social investing - planting seeds

INVESTING FOR GOOD

WHO WE ARE

The Social Impact Investment Network SA (SIINSA) is a membership association. Our purpose is to foster the conditions that will enable a diverse social impact investment community to thrive here

in South Australia.

WHAT WE DO

We pursue these conditions through thought leadership, weaving together key stakeholders in the social investment ecosystem, and coming alongside decision makers, social impact organisations and investors to offer advice and guidance.

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AN IMPACT FUND FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA

In 2020, SIINSA established a working group to begin exploring what a uniquely South Australian impact investment fund would look like and the conditions that would need to be in place for it to succeed.

With the support of the office of the Chief Entrepreneur, the working group have appraised the impact investing landscape here in South Australia and more widely, undertaken wide-ranging consultation, and received advice from existing impact funds to inform a business case.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Find out about upcoming SIINSA events and learn more about

previous events.

REPORTS

Read the latest SIINSA reports as well as information about the global social investing movement.

SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDS

SIINSA is proud to host the Brenton Wright scholarship. Find out more about upcoming scholarship rounds.

LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

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BECOME A SIINSA MEMBER

Join SIINSA and become part of a South Australia's social impact investment community

Social Impact Investment Network SA acknowledges the Kaurna People as the custodians of the land we now know as the Adelaide Plains. We pay our respect to Elders past, present, and into the future. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land and acknowledge these are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today. We also extend that respect to other Aboriginal Language Groups and First Nations peoples.