Are you making mistakes with your nonprofit marketing budget?

Download Seven Deadly Nonprofit Budgeting Sins

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Today's economic and political climate are putting many nonprofits in a position where they must figure out how to do even more with even less. Marketing and communications are often among the first line items that get cut from nonprofit budgets in times of uncertainty or financial strain. But that’s a huge mistake.

There is a right way and a wrong way to build and manage a nonprofit marketing budget. We've developed this whitepaper to help you learn how to avoid harmful budgetary mistakes.

You'll learn how to avoid mistakes like:

  • Allocating too little for marketing
  • Failing to base your marketing budget on goals and expected outcomes
  • Deprioritizing staff in your marketing budget
  • ... and more

 Download this whitepaper and discover a better approach for developing your nonprofit marketing budget today.


Where can I learn more about working with Prosper Strategies to set an effective budget and put my marketing plan into action?

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Prosper Strategies helped us identify the attributes that make our organization truly unique, and  assemble a marketing plan that effectively communicates these strengths to the public, other organizations and foundations. The messaging guides, calendars, and other materials [we created] are now central to IEC's communications strategy. 
-Jennifer Walling, Executive Director, Illinois Environmental Council

We view [Prosper Strategies] as a catalyst for Rebuilding Exchange to scale our reach and increase the impact of our message. This growth directly contributes to our ability to divert over 1 million pounds of materials from the landfill each year. 
- Kelly Farley, Executive Director, Rebuilding Exchange

Nonprofit HR enjoys working with marketing professionals that listen and understand their clients' needs. Prosper Strategies is not just our marketing partner, but we consider them to be a strategic team that gets how we work. Prosper Strategies offers sound marketing counsel and guidance that is forward thinking and very much in line with how we need to approach the industry we serve.
- Patty Hampton, Managing Partner, Nonprofit HR

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