We are committed to strengthening work around the Arts for Social Change, to empowering and enabling pioneers, to build networks, and to share best practice. Our incubation and charity adoption programme, aims to support projects who do not have the time or resources to set up or manage their own charity, as well as to strengthen the work of international organisations who do not have the ability to accept charitable donations from British supporters, in a tax-efficient manner.
Prospero World helps non-UK registered charities to benefit from our charitable status and expertise. Donations can be made to Prospero in support of their work, and we will claim the gift aid to increase support for their work, before passing donations on to our partner organisations.
Our adoption scheme is tailor-made to enable projects to focus on the causes they care most about, without them needing to worry about the administration and governance involved in running a UK registered charity.
Please contact us to discuss how Prospero World's Incubation and Adoption Programme
Our current partners include Syria: The Trojan Women, the Bodossakis Foundation's Thought For Food programme, The Roger Hammond Memorial Trust Fund, and helping Ethagora to establish its own charitable foundation.