Social Benefit Bonds Pilot Program

In recognition of the need to try a different approach to tackling challenging social issues facing the Queensland community the government will pilot three Social Benefit Bonds (SBB).

An introduction to Social Benefit Bonds

YouthCONNECT SBB Market Launch 25/07/2017

Program Update

Queensland Treasury will keep stakeholders informed about the progress of the SBB Pilot Program through regular program and website updates.

Latest program update

Previous updates

Your Questions Answered

Queensland Treasury will pilot three SBBs in the areas of re-offending, homelessness and issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

To ensure the success of the pilot program we will work in collaboration with our key stakeholders to design, develop and evaluate SBBs in Queensland. This will include service providers, allied government agencies, peak bodies and the broader investment market, with the primary focus being to achieve improved outcomes for clients.

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Social Benefit Bonds Pilot Program team

Email: socialbenefitbonds@treasury.qld.gov.au

The program team will respond to enquiries within five business days.

Last updated: 26 September 2017