Nonprofit Marketing Plan Template (Landing Page)
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Nonprofit Marketing Plan Template
Develop a baseline marketing plan for your organization in just 5 hours, with this easy-to-follow template.
Directions: Complete the form below to download the Getting Attention Nonprofit Marketing Plan Template. You’ll also be registered to receive Getting Attention e-updates.
Here’s how you’ll benefit:
- A clear path forward for your communications
- Concrete, measurable objectives so you know what you are working towards
- Stronger connections with your base and prospects, leading to more giving, volunteering and advocacy
- A more productive effort–making the most of your time and budget
- A pithy overview of your work to engage colleagues and funders.
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— Pam Voss-Page, Executive Director, Student Leadership Services
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“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
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— Steve Riesback, Grants and Special Projects Manager, WOUB, & freelance grant writer
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— Ralph Penning, Trustee, Independent Business Foundation (New Zealand)