In New South Wales, impact investment could end youth homelessness, according to the Mercy Foundation, which advocates for and supports innovative approaches to address the issue.  The government is developing a social impact bond, a type of impact investment model, to help reduce and prevent youth homelessness in the state, where 12,000 people under 25 present to specialist services each year. While this figure represents a quarter of the homeless population, it’s believed the true number, including those couch surfing or now accessing services, is far higher.

Read more at Impact Investment Has Potential to End Youth Homelessness – PBA