That said, having a flexible communications plan or calendar as a guide allows your organization to be prepared for key dates and events, yet also nimble enough to shift quickly to adjust to external developments. Remember that communications are a means, not an end. None of us should be trying to get Twitter followers for the sake of hitting a certain number. No, not at the local mall or bar, but on the communications platforms where they connect with you most.
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An effective nonprofit marketing plan can do just that. We create dozens of plans that check all of those boxes every year for our nonprofit clients. The template is one part example, so you can see what a successful nonprofit marketing plan looks like, and part workbook, so you can begin building your best marketing plan and advancing your mission through marketing. Every part of your marketing plan must stem from your mission and vision. A mission and vision are so much more than just statements.
How to write a nonprofit communications plan
Every non-profit organization needs a written fundraising plan in order to be successful. Whether you are launching a new organization and have yet to raise a dollar, or are a multibillion-dollar international charity, you need a fundraising plan to guide your efforts. Fundraising plans are important because they bring order to the hectic world of non-profit development. Your written fundraising plan gives you a foundation for all of your development activities… and gets everyone on to the same team when it comes to development priorities.
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