Your marketing section should include examples of past campaigns and their effectiveness, if possible, and as space allows.
Here you need to list where your finances stand today as well as a 3-to-5 year projection.
Now you can add any of the additional sections below.
Though not necessary, they may be useful to attempt if you’re still trying to nail down all aspects of your organization.
As you will update your business plan at least every two years, these number should stay relatively current.
Make sure to keep your projections realistic and in-line with current or reasonably expected growth.
This guide will help you to create a business plan that fulfills all those roles.
The best business plans aren’t unnecessarily long, but do include as much information as necessary. If your plan has these seven sections and all the details mentioned here, you should be well on your way to meeting your nonprofit goals.
This section is a prime space for charts, graphs, and other visual material.
Once you have provided all the basics, talk about what you plan to do if there is a surplus from any activity. This is the place to put any miscellaneous supporting documents like financial statements, endorsements or agreements.