Strategic Plan

Establish A Detailed Strategic Plan For Your Nonprofit !

At BryteBridge, we will help translate your vision into a formal written strategic plan, to serve as your organizational roadmap for the next several years. 

We believe in the power of collaboration and can help you build a strong nonprofit strategy to achieve long-term success. 

Our team of expert nonprofit strategy advisors will work closely with you and your key stakeholders to ensure your organization is scalable and aligned with your mission. Let us support you every step of the way on your nonprofit journey.

While making an immediate impact is important, it’s crucial not to lose sight of your long-term goals. With our nonprofit strategic planning services, you can achieve both. We can help you create a sustainable roadmap for the future, allowing you to continue positively impacting your community for years to come. Let us help you build a solid foundation for your organization and ensure your mission’s success in the long run.

Check out an example of our High-Quality Strategic Plans!

How Does It Work?

Simple Process. Dedicated Support and Expertise!

1. Order

After placing an order, we will email you an invitation to your personalized online client portal.

2. Strategy Consultation

You’ll schedule a call with a development specialist to discuss your organization and its goals.

3. Implement Strategy

With a dedicated plan, your Board of Directors has a plan and goals to work toward over the next few months and years.

Why Should I Create a Strategic Plan?

“If You Fail to Plan, You Are Planning to Fail” — Benjamin Franklin

A strategic plan helps the nonprofit organization to identify and prioritize its goals and objectives, which provides a roadmap for the future. This roadmap helps to ensure the organization’s long-term sustainability and success by providing direction and focus.

A strategic plan helps the nonprofit organization identify its strengths and weaknesses and potential opportunities and threats. This knowledge allows the organization to allocate its resources more effectively and efficiently toward achieving its goals.

A strategic plan provides an opportunity for the nonprofit organization to engage with its constituents, including board members, staff, volunteers, donors, and the community at large. Engaging these people in the planning process helps to ensure buy-in and support for the organization’s mission and goals.

Establish a Strategic Plan Today

Invest in your nonprofit's long-term success today by purchasing a comprehensive strategic plan from BryteBridge Nonprofit Solutions.

Why Work with BryteBridge?

Trusted by over 45, 000 Nonprofits, since 2004!


BryteBridge experts have worked with thousands of nonprofit organizations, providing guidance and tools to build a successful corporate partnership strategy.





Our team of nonprofit experts includes development specialists and graphic designers. We’ll ensure your organization has an insightful and well-designed plan complete with goals, SWOT analysis, and advice.



BryteBridge can assist your organization with developing a comprehensive strategic plan. In addition, we can help with corporate sponsorship tools, grant writing, fundraising education, and partnership with online fundraising platform Qgiv, Legacy Websites, and much more.

Easy to Understand Pricing, No Hidden Costs

Explore our strategic planning packages below and order within 2 minutes!

A Nonprofit Strategic Plan is a guide to operating your nonprofit for the foreseeable future. It should be continually referred to and read by all your organization’s stakeholders (the Board of Directors, staff, and essential volunteers). Each plan we generate for nonprofit organizations includes a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis, a project needs report, goals, and financial projections.

Strategic Plan Essentials
$ 1299*
Strategic Plan Established
$ 1999
  • For established nonprofits
  • 1 Consulting Call
  • 6 Writing Hours
  • 3 Research Hours
  • 2 Revision Hours
  • 5-year Financials
  • 5 Competition Analysis
  • Standard Sections
  • 5 Milestones
  • Donor One-Sheet
  • Expanded Marketing Plan
  • Larger Stakeholder Analysis
  • Expanded Financial Plan
Strategic Plan Expansion
$ 2999
  • For large nonprofits
  • 3 Consulting Calls
  • 8 Writing Hours
  • 4 Research Hours
  • 3 Revision Hours
  • 5-year Financials
  • 5 Competition Analysis
  • Standard Sections
  • 5+ Milestones
  • Donor One-Sheet
  • Expanded Marketing Plan
  • Larger Stakeholder Analysis
  • Expanded Financial Plan
  • Expanded Client Profile
  • Expanded SWOT Analysis

Frequently Asked Questions

To effectively implement your strategic plan, start by discussing it with your Board of Directors to generate ideas and align everyone towards the outlined goals. Dedicate time with the Board to brainstorm solutions for achieving goals and addressing weaknesses. Use the plan as a reference during Board meetings, staff discussions, and volunteer engagements to keep stakeholders informed and on track. Celebrate milestones as goals are achieved and consider updating the plan to reflect new strengths, opportunities, and threats. Let BryteBridge Nonprofit Solutions help your organization update and navigate new challenges as you grow.

A strategic plan is NOT meant to get funding. However, a detailed plan may reinforce a large donor or grantmaker’s faith in the organization as they know leadership has put in the thought and effort to develop and follow a plan.

A Case Statement tells an organization’s story to secure grant funding, showcasing programmatic and funding successes. It’s for active organizations with measurable impact. A Strategic Plan assesses the organization’s ability to address its problem, outlining goals and SWOT. It’s for organizations of all sizes, whether just starting or already operational.

The SWOT Analysis is a critical portion of the Strategic Plan. It identifies your organization’s strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and threats. While celebrating strengths is easy, it’s also essential to acknowledge the weaknesses. This way, your stakeholders know what to work on. Additionally, identifying potential opportunities will help your organization grow, while understanding the threats will prevent you from being surprised should they come to pass.

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