Irish social innovation fund raises €5 million as it gears up to grow

Social Innovation Fund Ireland (SIFI) has invested in 12 social innovations, creating 40 jobs so far

1st October, 2017
Dalton Philips, the chief executive of the Dublin Airport Authority

Social Innovation Fund Ireland (SIFI) has raised over €5 million investment in philanthropy to date according to its annual report.

It has invested in 12 social innovations, creating 40 jobs so far, and will announce 20 more investments before year end.

Private sector donations to SIFI are matched euro for euro by the state through the Department of Rural Affairs and Community Development.

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