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Professional Nonprofit Start-Up Business Plan Writing Services

OGS business plans helped 670 nonprofit organizations attract $1.2bln in funding


Why Us?

OGS nonprofit start-up business plans help nonprofit organizations raise money


Well-structured document

An OGScapital nonprofit start-up business plan will clearly present the problem and the solution that your project is offering. The document will comply with the investor requirements for nonprofits who are to receive either private or public grants.


Strategic support

Our senior experts will provide guidance and strategic advice throughout the project. We will challenge your nonprofit start-up business idea, analyze the market, and suggest further ways that the project might be developed to make it more attractive to donors


Experienced team

OGScapital has a separate team of the business plan writers who have been focused on non-profit business plans for 12+ years. OGS clients have successfully raised $1.2bln from leading donor organizations/programs.


High-quality market research

Your nonprofit start-up business plan will include market research prepared by globally recognized agencies including IBISworld, Datamonitor, MarketLine, Statista, etc. as well as business insights from industry experts and market gurus.


Full Customization

Each document is prepared from scratch, complete with rich and colorful graphics and eye-catching design. No templates and no ready-made solutions. You will get a carefully tailored document, which will increase your chances of fundraising success.



OGScapital will also provide clients access to our extensive network of investors and donors. Upon request, our MBA consultants can distribute your business plan among our network of contacts.

Our solution

Get a 501(c)(3) nonprofit start-up business plan that will help you secure funding and/or get tax-exempt status for a nonprofit organization

Nonprofit Start-Up Business Plan:

  • Users: Government authorities/agencies, Donors and Investors
  • Size: 30-40 pages
  • Timeframe: 12 days

  • Graphic design: included
  • Assigned team: 2 senior experts with a project lead
  • Rush Delivery Service: Available

Document contents:
  • Executive Summary
  • Legal structure
  • Marketing Plan
  • Financial Plan
  • Product/Services
  • Operating Plan
  • Management and Staffing Plan
  • Appendixes


How much does an OGScapital business plan cost?

Our fee is highly competitive and entirely reasonable, scaling up or down according to task complexity

What sections will be included in the business plan for nonprofit organization? 

Business plan structures vary depending on the client’s needs, but all documents include the following key sections: market analysis, business model description, operational strategy, goals, financial model, etc.

Can you guarantee that an OGS business plan will lead to successful fundraising? 

We guarantee that the business plan we prepare for you will comply fully with the requirements of investors/donors. However, we are not responsible for the success of your fundraising efforts—there are simply too many factors that we cannot control.

How it works

OGScapital will work closely with you throughout the project, offering crucial advice and guidance that will help make your fundraising efforts a success.

Getting your nonprofit start-up business plan in 4 easy steps

Step 1

Fill out our online form or call us.

Step 2
An OGS consultant will contact you to discuss your needs.
Step 3

We will begin developing a nonprofit start-up business plan and issue the draft within 10-12 days.

Step 4

After responding to your comments with the necessary changes, we will issue the final nonprofit start-up business plan.

Any questions? Get in Touch!

About us

OGScapital was founded by 8 partners in 2006. Our team members have 15+ years of experience preparing business plans. This experience, paired with our success rate, has made OGS the #1 business plan company—the choice for 670 non-profit organizations. We support non-profits that, with their charity activities, actively try to make the world a better place for everybody.


OGScapital was established in 2006


Our documents have helped nonprofit organizations attract $1.2bln+ in funding


Our business plan writers are MBA fellows from TOP10 schools


Our team members have experience in 42+ industries


Our customers are based on 6 continents


We have 670+ happy nonprofit clients


Our team consists of 60 consultants


Our project teams are dedicated to customer satisfaction. We endeavor to exceed our clients’ expectations in every conceivable way

OGScapital has a 9.5/10 Trustpilot score

Valentin Marinov

excellent work

excellent work, competent advice. Alex is very friendly, great communication. 100% I recommend CGS capital. Thank you so much for your hard work!

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I was skeptical at first to use a company that I haven't heard of before, but after my first phone call with Alex it became very clear that Alex was the right person for the Job. He not only gave me full confidence to take him on, but his performance was outstanding. He fully understood the business very quickly and didn't need much from me to get going! Alex delivered the final business plan for me before it was needed with the first draft only needing a couple of changes, I was absolutely blown away. I have already referred Alex to two of my friends and I will most definitely be using Alex again. Thank you again Alex for you amazing work. My investors and partners were truly impressed! I very much look forward to working with you again in the near future! Kind regards, David

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Had the pleasure of working with Alex on a business plan for a new venture. The end result looks very professional. His communication is always prompt and he was very patient with my detailed requests. I would definitely work with this company in the future.

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Our clients

OGScapital has developed 670 nonprofit business plans for organizations all over the world.

African Energy Distributor
Lyndon Energy
Global Impact
The Smugglers Inn
Baggage Freight
ContinEight Group Corp.
Real Estate Company
Precision Science
Panama Wildlife Corp.
Tiger City
Manatee Holdings LTD
FOX Models
Einstein HR
Destinations USA
Saleem Technologies
888 Markets
Vertical Studio
Pure Loyalty
Pronto Hotel
Flip Flop Shops
Waves Coffee House
Sylvan Learning
Blaze Pizza
Twin Peaks
Heavy Rus Cargo
Go Kin
Gat Patch
Diamond Sun Labs
Strawberry Star
Ayurveda Service
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Professional Nonprofit Business Plan Writing Services

When making a charity organization or starting a nonprofit start-up business, most of the entrepreneurs already know the driving force behind it. While many want to help poor or help kids receive education, for others, it is about taking care of neglected older adults or abandoned animals. There is no denying that nonprofits businesses are mission-driven.

But it does not mean that you should not consider the business side of the organization. You need a business plan for a nonprofit start-up organization to make it not only survive but also thrive. Even though you don’t intend to run the business for profits, having a working business model is essential to achieve your goals and execute the mission.

You might need a business plan for the following reasons;

  • To persuade significant foundations and donors to fund the organization
  • To recruit board members to make them understand the aim of the organization
  • To set a compass for the organization not to lose track
  • To apply for a business loan if you want to set up a gift shop, store or an enterprise to fund the programs

That is to say, a business plan for a nonprofit organization may vary according to its nature and type.  Let’s plunge into the details to understand how a nonprofit start-up business plan can help you establish a successful organization.

What is a Nonprofit Business Plan

It is worth mentioning that running a charity organization is like running any other business. Many nonprofit organizations incorporate the same business structure when they apply for tax-exempt status.

Although both profit and non-profit organizations are different in terms of making revenues, they apply the same rules when it comes to establishing a nonprofit business plan. That means a nonprofit company needs to do nonprofit business planning as much as any other firm does.

A nonprofit start-up business plan typically describes the current status of an organization and sets a roadmap for the future. It lays out the organization’s plans and goals for meeting the targets. A nonprofit start-up business plan organization is more like a living document that reflects on action plans of making a positive impact on society.

Moreover, a foundation nonprofit business plan helps entrepreneurs secure necessary support from the people, be it unpaid assistance or monetary.

For business owners, it is of paramount importance to understand the tasks a business plan serves before starting a nonprofit organization. A comprehensive non-profit business planning allows entrepreneurs to:

  • Establish milestones and lay out their goals
  • Evaluate the feasibility of nonprofit document and fundraising model
  • Understand their beneficiaries, stakeholders, and partners
  • Attract volunteers and a board
  • Attract investments and prove that they are serious about their nonprofit
  • Force them to uncover new opportunities
  • Iron out kinks in the plan and help them hold themselves accountable
  • Position their nonprofit and help them get clear about their message

Features of a Nonprofit Organization Business Plan

How to create a nonprofit start-up business plan is one of the common questions that come to many entrepreneurs' minds when they decide to start a nonprofit company. As mentioned earlier, the format of the plan varies according to the organization’s type. However, all nonprofit start-up business plans have several universal features. The most common ones are as follows.

Executive Summary

It is a concise and precise overview of the entire nonprofit start-up business plan. Entrepreneurs need to make it crisp and interesting to keep potential donors or readers engaged. Plus, it describes the mission, history, strengths, and assets of a nonprofit organization. Many foundation business plans include a list of programs and services of their organization. Marketing and financial plans are also an essential part of the executive summary.

Structure of the Organization

This part features the organizational structure of a nonprofit company. Plus, it may include objectives, growth plans, and subsidiaries. Many nonprofit organization business plans list the trends of the nonprofit area.

Marketing Plan

Starting from the audience that a nonprofit is trying to target to describing constituencies for explaining market trends, this component features everything. It also includes promotional efforts, media outreach, market research, and communication channels a nonprofit will have.

Programs and Services

A comprehensive nonprofit organization business plan also describes what products a company distributes and what programs it will offer. Also, it lists the services the nonprofit plans to provide. Besides this, it includes some unique features that include delivery processes, product sources, and benefits of what they offer.

Financial Plan

This is one of the most critical parts of a nonprofit organization business plan. It lists the current financial status, income source, cash-flow statement, and balance sheet. It often lists the grants a nonprofit company has received, fundraising plans, and significant contributions.

Why Hire an OGS Consultant for Writing Nonprofit Business Plan

Developing a business plan for a nonprofit organization requires professional skills and expertise. At OGS Capital, our competent business plan writers know how to tailor an existing business plan to the requirements of your nonprofit organization. They modify the nonprofit business plan and include financial projections based on the services and programs your nonprofit company offers.

Thus, if you want a well-thought-out nonprofit organization business plan, there is no better choice than OGS Capital. You can contact our consultants to discuss the specific requirements of your nonprofit company and seek the assistance of our experts to make an effective business plan.

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