Need to write a business plan for a nonprofit? Here are 3 simple steps to get started:
1. Gather the information you need to know.
Before you write anything, you need to know who or what you're writing about. The more specific you are, the more personalized you can make your content.
Here's our suggestions for writing a business plan for a nonprofit:
Nonprofit name: [name of nonprofit]
Problem the nonprofit is trying to solve: [problem the nonprofit is trying to solve]
Why that problem is important: [why that problem is important]
Mission statement: [mission statement of nonprofit]
Vision statement: [vision statement of nonprofit]
Values statement: [values statement of nonprofit]
Goals for next year: [goals for next year, including how much money needs to be raised and what partnerships need to be formed in order to achieve those goals]
2. Determine the structure of your output.
The structure of your content is just as important as the content itself. The structure of your content is how you're going to arrange the information in the content to make it easier for the readers to read and understand.
Introduce the nonprofit
Explain what problem it's trying to solve and why that problem is important
Describe the nonprofit's mission, vision, and values
List the organization's goals for the next year
Describe how those goals will be achieved (e.g., through fundraising, partnerships, etc.)
3. Write the content or use Copy.ai to help you get started. Once you have your structure down, you can start writing the content.