Non-grant finance and the heritage sector

Research into the heritage sector's interest in non-grant sources of finance, and the attitudes of social investors to heritage organisations.

This report, undertaken by New Philanthropy Capital on the UK heritage sector’s interest in, and access to, non-grant sources of finance, and the attitudes of potential social investors to heritage, includes findings from a survey of almost 1,000 heritage organisations.

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