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The Nonprofit Marketing Manifesto

It’s time for a marketing revolution, and the Nonprofit Marketing Manifesto is your call to arms. Read it and learn:

– Why most nonprofits think too small about the power of marketing and communications

– How your nonprofit can make a bigger mission impact and drive more social change when you fully leverage marketing

– How you can start a marketing revolution at your nonprofit by making 10 critical commitments

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