Our Non Profit Business Plan Service
Creating a non-profit business plan is not that different from a for-profit business plan. All the same elements need to be covered including market research and financials. Both will have revenue sources and expenses, target markets and a marketing plan. The big difference is the goal. In a for-profit business, it’s in the name: profit. Non-profits however focus on other types of goals, usually around fulfilling unmet needs in society or pursuing social change.
The most difficult part for a non-profit is often convincing outside parties, such as potential donors or volunteers, that your plan is worthwhile. One of the best ways to do that is through a professional non-profit business plan.
At Joorney, we recognize that non-profits, especially those in the early stages, are usually short on cash. Plus, founders come from a variety of backgrounds and may not have the business knowledge or skills to craft a compelling and convincing business plan.
This is why we select one non-profit per month to receive a pro bono business plan. A well-crafted business plan can make all the difference when it comes to starting or growing a non-profit and we value the chance to be a part of the process.
Although our business is business, we believe our professional non-profit business plans are just as useful to non-profits as our regular business plans are to for-profits. Beyond that, we see the work of non-profits and for-profits playing equally important roles in the world and we’re proud to support both.