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The Shared Power Strategy™ Rulebook

It’s time to redistribute the power to shape our nonprofits’ strategies to our stakeholders.

How We Do It

Our work is based on the Shared Power StrategyTM Philosophy and the Nonprofit Impact SystemTM Method.

Shared Power Strategy

Philosophy:

Shared Power StrategyTM

Redistribute power to your nonprofit’s stakeholders, especially the people and communities you serve, in order to build more effective, inclusive and equitable strategies. 

The Nonprofit Impact System

Method:

The Nonprofit Impact SystemTM

Bring together the three elements every nonprofit must synergize in order to achieve its full potential: People, Strategy, and Progress.

Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging

At Prosper Strategies, we’re deeply committed to fostering equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging through our work. This comes to life through our Shared Power StrategyTM philosophy, and our unique team structure, which emphasizes expertise and lived experience. Learn more.

Case Study
SeriousFun

Find out how Prosper Strategies helped SeriousFun – a nonprofit founded by Paul Newman – build a network-wide strategic plan that positions the organization to make a bigger impact for kids with serious illness.

Case Study
Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Learn how Boys & Girls Clubs of America deepened their commitment to equity by working with us to develop a strength-based communication guide and change the way they talk about the youth they serve.

Case Study

McCormick Foundation

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Comer Education Campus

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First Graduate

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Trusted by changemaking organizations like …
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feedingamerica
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… and many more.

“Everything we did with Prosper exceeded my expectations. It was all clearly based in research and strategy. Plans were well laid out and easy to follow, giving us a clear vision for our work. We also have the ability to reference and update these materials for years to come.”

– Nancy Hughes Moyer, Volunteers of America of Illinois

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