Are you about writing a non-profit business plan? If YES, here is a sample non-profit business plan financial projection, cost, budget & forecast suitable for investors.

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Market Analysis
  3. SWOT Analysis
  4. Financial Projection
  5. Marketing Plan
  6. Marketing ideas & Strategies

When it comes to running a not for profit organization, enough resources must be generated not just for setting up the foundation and renting of an office space, but money would also be needed for taking care of the overhead for a period of at least 6 months.

Our Startup Budget and Expenditure

So, we are already out there sourcing for grants and supports from organizations that will help us hit the ground running when we officially open our office to the public. These are some of the areas where we will need money and an estimated amount needed to take care of them;

  • The Fee for Incorporating the Foundation: $725.
  • The budget for insurance, permits and license: $10,000
  • The Amount needed to rent an office facility with halls and space from training and organizing events: $100,000.
  • The Cost of Launching a Website: $600
  • The Cost for the purchase of software (accounting software, project management software, CRM software et al): $500
  • The cost for purchasing office equipment and electrical appliances: $20,000
  • Overhead cost for a 6 month period: $72,000
  • Additional Expenditure (Business cards, Signage, Adverts and Promotions et al): $5,000

The minimum amount that we would need to be able to put things in place for us to successfully launch Pro-Youth Foundation is estimated to be $250,000. It could be lower because are looking towards receiving some donations in the form of equipment and gadgets.

Non-Profit Business Plan – Financial Projection Sample

  • Sources of Income for the Foundation

At Pro-Youth Foundation, our major source of revenue is accessing grants from donor agencies and individuals who are interested in partnering with us to reduce the crime rate in United States of America and Canada. Our board of members are on the front line when it comes to individuals that are not just ready to give us their time but people who are willing to commit their resources to the noble cause that we are set out to achieve.

Aside from the fact that we are going to depend on grants from donor agencies, government and good spirited individuals to finance most of projects, we have also set out plans to organize events like sports, and talent shows et al, where tickets will be sold to people who are interested in attending the events.

We will also generate money from exhibitions (we intend selling crafts or any products produced by students and graduates from our skill acquisition college). These are areas where we intend generating income for our foundation;

  • Grants
  • Donations from Board Members
  • Fund Raising Events (Fund Raising Dinners et al)
  • Revenues from Sales of Tickets at our events
  • Revenues from Exhibitions (crafts and other products)
  • Revenues from renting of training facilities
  • Revenues from sponsorship deals
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