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Numbers for Good supports Manchester Rough Sleeping SIB

Numbers for Good is proud to have provided advisory services to a pioneering collaboration between the housing sector, social sector and social investors to tackle rough sleeping across Greater Manchester, as part of a £1.8m Government-backed outcomes contract. The GM Homes Partnership – a consortium put together by the housing associations One Manchester and Trafford […]

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We’re hiring a Development Director

Role: Development Director Deadline: Monday 15th January 2018 (with immediate interviews as we’ll hire when we find the right candidate) Contact: careers@numbersforgood.com Would you like to join a leading social impact innovation and investment organisation working with a wide array of social enterprises & charities, commissioners, corporates, foundations and investors, helping us drive our growth? If so, we are seeking a highly skilled […]

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Q&A: meet our new Managing Director Tej Dhami

Numbers for Good is delighted to welcome Tej Dhami as our new MD. Tej has had a varied career working as a hedge fund manager, founding social enterprises in Myanmar and studying Kung Fu with monks in China. But what is the thread that runs through her career? Why is she excited about Numbers for […]

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Mayday Trust to deliver first locally-commissioned homelessness SIB

Mayday Trust is delivering a new three-year programme, ‘Be the Change’, which aims to address youth homelessness in Northamptonshire, thanks to a pioneering outcomes-based collaboration between the social sector, local government and social investors, developed with the support of Numbers for Good. ‘Be the Change’ works with young people going through particularly difficult times in […]

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Health and social care and the Life Chances Fund

Health and social care in the UK is generally set up to support people with single, severe problems, and typically contracted on a “fee-for-service” basis. It’s a difficult challenge to move away from this, but one where outcomes based commissioning could help. Numbers for Good has been working on a number of health and social […]

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