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Planning for Nonprofit Organizations

When one speaks of business plans, people seldom think about nonprofit or governmental organizations. However, business plans are important to every time of organization; from small to large and from small business to national governments. The problem for many is, they do not think about this before they start the organization.

Planning Differences

One of the main reasons people do not think about nonprofits and governments having business plans is the lack of financial profit incentive. But planning for the success and sustainability of nonprofits and governmental agencies can be critical to the servicing of special community needs and maintenance of public facilities and safety.

In an “other-than-profit” business plan, the focus of the plan is on sustainability and achievement of specific goals, such as prevention of child abuse, providing low-income housing, or supporting educational activities. Therefore in many cases, the organization’s business plan is very different from “for profit” business plans, but with many similarities. In others, usually identified as “social enterprises,” the plan may have few differences from a traditional plan as the activities are the same, but the profit is redirected to nonprofit operations or goals.

Structural Considerations

One of the main differences in most nonprofit plans is the addition of an organizational agenda statement. In an agenda, the organization describes their vision toward which their organization works. This may be something like improving the educational environment for elementary students, or improving access to non-emergency medical care for homeless citizens – things not normally associated with profitable activities, but that are critical issues in the sustainability of our communities and nation.

Another difference, with the exception of “social enterprises,” is the types and sources of revenue expected for the organization. In social enterprises and for-profit businesses, the organization has investors and operates profitable business ventures selling products or providing services to the general market.

Nonprofit operations usually depend on the contributions of the public and on grants given by various foundations. In today’s world, however, most nonprofit organizations are having to transition into social enterprises by selling products or offering services to maintain the availability of financial resources for their organizations.

How We Can Help

Many of our writers come from the nonprofit and academic sectors where they have had extensive experience in the operational needs of not-for-profit organizations. Mixing this experience with their knack for effective writing, it is easy to understand how they can benefit any nonprofit organization. Often, an organization’s plan doubles as its introduction material when soliciting contributions and grants. As such, it must be written not only to communication information, but to do so in an entertaining or compelling manner. Again, this is an area our writers are highly skilled in.

To obtain the assistance of our writers in the preparation of your nonprofit, academic or governmental organization’s business plan, contact us today.

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