Culture Recovery Fund Development

If your cultural organisation has had support from the Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) via Arts Council England (ACE) or the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF), we can help you plan and work through the next vital phase.

Tricolor’s expert team can help you ensure that you meet the ACE / NLHF CRF requirement that by 31 March 2021 you can reopen, fully or partially, or will be operating on a sustainable, cost-efficient basis until you are able to reopen at a later date.

We have supported a number of organisations through successful Culture Recovery Fund applications so we understand the challenges you are facing in these very demanding times.

Over the years our team have worked with many councils, charities, museums, heritage organisations, galleries, theatres, archives and historic sites to bring change to their operation, improve their profitability and operate sustainably. Our extensive experience and proven methodologies enable us to swiftly understand an organisation’s needs and ambitions then work with clients to develop the most effective way forward.

Our services that can support your Culture Recovery Fund activity include:

Project planning
Project management
Business Planning
Evaluation
Marketing and Communications
Operational Planning
Community Consultation

Contact us today for a chat about how we can support you through the next few months.

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