Prospera helps entrepreneurs, which leads to more successful and lasting small businesses, the engine of the United States economy. Small businesses become clients of large businesses and some eventually grow into large businesses themselves. The businesses that benefit from Prospera services generate jobs, which mean steady or growing household incomes, healthier families, and stronger communities.
In 2016, a 25-year analysis was completed on the economic impact of Prospera, thanks to the generous funding of the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation. AngelouEconomics, the Texas-based research firm that performed the analysis, concluded a total economic impact of $1.5 Billion. It included statewide and regional reports, as well as a philanthropic study of Prospera’s clients. Click below to read the report.