Generally, Business Plans are necessary when starting a business to show how an idea can generate value. This is true for both profit-driven businesses as well non-profit organizations, it is only the nature of the value they generate that differentiate one from the other.
In terms of business plans, non-profit business plans are very similar to a regular business plan as the message they convey is identical. The purpose is to express your vision and objectives, the funds necessary to realize this vision, and how you will use those funds to create a sustainable structure that will impact society over a long term.
However, as a non-profit entrepreneur, your business plan needs to show that your initiative is not an opportunity but a social necessity. You’ll need people to believe not only in the financial viability of your project but also that its cause is worth the resources they’ll provide, whether it be their time or money.
We understand that starting a non profit can be difficult. Funds are scarce, and founders might lack the business acumen necessary for effectively writing a business plan; they need all the help they can get.
This is why we offer our help by providing a free non profit business plan once per month under a 30-day deadline with a selection process. We believe it’s only normal to help those who want to change the world for the better. At Joorney, we specialize in creating business plans that make a clear difference.
We believe that we help non-profit entrepreneurs get the most from their social ideas just as much as we believe we help entrepreneur get the most from their business ideas. We also believe that both social and economical values are equally important.