SoFab Sports used blended finance & Social Investment Tax Relief to scale their impact by Good Finance published on 2019-12-02T16:26:48Z Gloucester-based sports company SoFab specifically works with young adults with learning difficulties. They received social investment from two sources, which they used to open new shops to help young adults with physical and learning disabilities into work. It's also helped them to become more sustainable. They received social investment from UnLtd in the form of blended finance (part grant and part loan) and more recently from Resonance using Social Investment Tax Relief. The investment will help them scale their social impact and grow the retail side of its business, through the purchase of new stock and opening additional premises. SoFab also runs the UK’s largest inclusive football team! "We sell sporting goods from top brands such as Under Armour, Nike, adidas, asics, puma and many more all at heavily reduced prices, all profits made go towards helping us achieve our social mission of sport and employment for all." Listen to the podcast to hear more about their experience, what it involved and what it's enabled them to do.