And while different types of organizations need to include different types of content, we’ve called out three crucial sections that every nonprofit business plan needs.
Read below to see what these sections are and why they are important to include.
The template is an easy-to-use, fill-in-the-blank asset that you can fully customize.
It is intended to be a starting point for your business plan, and the sky’s the limit with what you can include in it to make it your own.
Be thorough with your research and draw fair conclusions from your findings.
When you’re documenting the results of your research in your business plan, make sure you list every piece of relevant data you have and be thorough.
And while you’re reading, start thinking of ways you can use these sections to highlight your organization.
The executive summary of your business plan is, of course, the summary of the contents contained in the document.
Think about it this way – you can’t summarize something that hasn’t been written.
Documenting the market research you’ve conducted is one of the most important things you will do as you start and grow your nonprofit.