Nonprofit Marketing Plan Template (Landing Page)
Proven path to getting attention & motivating action!
Nonprofit Marketing Plan Template
Follow this clear path to the right marketing actions for your organization to take right now.
Directions: Complete the form below to download the Getting Attention Nonprofit Marketing Plan Template. You’ll start receiving the Getting Attention blog and e-newsletter.
This productive planning tool guides you to:
- Build a marketing plan on the rock-solid foundation of relevance
- Connect more quickly and strongly with supporters and partners to motivate the actions you need
- Highlight your priorities and not-worth-its-whiles
- Strengthen your personal confidence and skills
- Shed the worry of not knowing if you’re doing the right thing
- Boost your org’s marketing impact via clear directions and concrete examples
It’s the quickest and most reliable route to relevance and action. Relevance rules! Go to it!
Here’s what plan template users have to say:
Your plan helps enormously.
“Thank you very much for the Marketing Plan Template. We’ve just completed our strategic plan so are poised to plan our marketing. We didn’t quite know where or how to start and your plan helps enormously.”
— Pam Voss-Page, Executive Director, Student Leadership Services
This made me think of several elements I should look at more closely.
“This looks great. I just wrote up a two-year communications strategy, and this made me think of several elements I should look at more closely. Thank you.”
— Mia Taylor, Communications Specialist, LA Best Babies Network
You’ve captured everything I’ve been preaching for years.
“Many thanks for the template—you’ve captured everything I’ve been preaching for years (plus you’ve confirmed that I’m not off-base). In addition to serving as a practical, useful tool, the plan is a victory for grant writer/managers (like me).”
— Steve Riesback, Grants and Special Projects Manager, WOUB, & freelance grant writer
An excellent model.
“This is an excellent model. Having gone through an elaborate annual process to adapt our marketing plan to the post-recession recovery environment, you made us realize that we have to be more specific to achieve our objectives. Thanks for the reality check.”
— Ralph Penning, Trustee, Independent Business Foundation (New Zealand)