Your Nonprofit Mission Statement Matters
Your mission statement matters. Create a statement that represents what you hope to accomplish in the community around you. Do you believe in the vision that you have been given? Believe in the mission statement you create. Don’t just write something that sounds good. Write something that you believe and will actually implement. If you don’t feel it in your heart, it’s not the right mission statement.
No pressure. Take your time when developing a mission statement for your nonprofit. Read it to others and see if they clearly understand the mission of the nonprofit organization and what you are trying to convey. Other can always read between the lines and know when you truly believe in the mission.
Your mission statement should be clear and concise. What’s your purpose? What value are you adding to the community as a nonprofit organization? Your mission statement should convey what you are going to do for the community and keep your board of directors and future staff focused on the objectives.
Your mission statement should be no more than one to two sentences. It should clearly convey the reason that your nonprofit organization exist.
Four Questions Your Mission Statement Needs to Answer:
What do we do?
How do we do it?
Who do we do it for?
What value are we bringing?
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Hull, Patrick. “Https://Www.forbes.com/Sites/Patrickhull/2013/01/10/Answer-4-Questions-to-Get-a-Great-Mission-Statement/#5e75501f67f5.” Https://Www.forbes.com/Sites/Patrickhull/2013/01/10/Answer-4-Questions-to-Get-a-Great-Mission-Statement/#5e75501f67f5, 10 Jan. 2013.