What impact did the Prosper North Programme have?

  • Mary-Alice Stack

Prosper North was a free, two year long business support programme funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The programme supported 89 cultural heritage organisations in the North of England – from music venues and community art groups, to independent museums and literature festivals.

We are now excited to celebrate the programme’s successes and share the impact of this work.

Head to the Creative United website to learn about how the programme:  - Delivered over 667 hours of tailored, 1:1 business support  - Increased 93% of participants’ business skills and confidence  - Created a pipeline of organisations ready for social investment - Supported participants in navigating the challenges of Covid-19  To explore the full programme evaluation, find out more here - https://bit.ly/2XgM4sN
The Prosper North programme was made possible with the National Lottery Heritage Fund, and delivered by Creative United in partnership with Key Fund Investments, Bates Wells, and Social Investment Business.