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Social Innovation that will help young people transitioning out of state care

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Foyer Centre in Sydney's inner city will provide housing, employment and educational support to young people who are transitioning out of state care.  The outcome will help them find their feet in the world.  These outcomes will be paid for through an innovative Social Impact Bond funding structure. https://probonoaustralia.com.au/news/2021/02/social-impact-bonds-whats-the-secret-sauce-to-making-them-work-and-are-they-worth-the-effort/


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By Katherine Leong

15 February 2021

 
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