The WA Impact Fund will invest in companies, projects and assets that promise positive environmental and social impact in Western Australia.
WA Super has committed $20m to invest through this fund. It is managed by Impact Investment Group.
• For Social Enterprises and Start Ups
The WA Impact Fund is investing in great purpose-driven organisations.
They believe this fund can be a fantastic source of capital for WA’s social enterprises and start ups that have the vision, abilities and values to build deliver great social impact.
If you need assistance with impact management, advisory support developing your project towards investment readiness, or want to understand more about impact investment, get in touch with the locally-based partner, Impact Seed – WA’s peak impact investment and social enterprise market builder.
WA Super know that founders’ choice of investor is crucial. If you’re looking for growth investment, speak with them.
• For Owners & Managers of Community Buildings
WA Super will be investing in rooftop solar, batteries, and energy efficiency for community buildings.
Save energy, time and money by implementing clean energy solutions.
If you own or manage community housing, not-for-profit aged care, independent schools, early learning, childcare, or community facilities, they want to hear from you.
• For Farmers and Food Businesses
WA Super is able to invest in companies and assets from farms to the plate.
If you’re running a food processesing, distribution, or sales company that helps improve WA’s overall food system they’re keen to hear from you.
Our partner, Tiverton Rothwell, will consider investments in agricultural land for the Fund. Impact Seed also works with regenerative food and fibre businesses on project development and investment readiness.
• For Investors
The Fund has been anchored by a $20m commitment by WA Super.
They expect to open it to new co-investors. Please register to obtain more information. (This is not an offer to invest. Investors will need to be wholesale or sophisticated investors, and will need to have read the offer document.)