Prosper for Purpose is a cause-driven group of innovative do-gooders focused on helping clients amplify their impact. Our agency develops brands and optimizes relationships for growth and positive social impact.
Our mission is to grow a company dedicated to the development of our people and to partner with clients to drive authentic engagement and purposeful action that supports a triple bottom line: people, prosperity and planet. Our services focus on engagement through public relations, branding, content marketing, social media, organizational development, nonprofit fundraising, events and community engagement.
Our company has some pretty revolutionary ideas about what an agency can be. A trusted partner. A force for good. By collaborating with individuals and organizations who have a shared vision to do well by doing good, we design solutions that create change.
Success is achieved through creative solutions, proven processes and professional expertise. This approach helps clients build better relationships, bring meaning to their mission, do well and do good – in other words, to prosper for purpose.
We believe that wellness and abundance are cultivated through relationships rooted in shared vision. In a business world that follows a ‘zero sum game’ philosophy, we foster conditions in which organizations prosper through collaboration, creativity and purpose.
The Change We Seek®
The company tagline, ‘communications for a better world,’ is based on the belief that words have the power to transform relationships – to create worlds. We envision a global economy that uses business as a force for good. We strive to contribute to a collective voice of those who share this vision so that people and planet will someday share a sustainable prosperity.
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