Business Plan for Youth Community Center

					Business Plan for Youth
Community Center
This Business Plan for a Youth Community Center allows entrepreneurs or business
owners to create a comprehensive and professional business plan. This template form
allows a business to outline the company's objectives and detail both current company
information as well as any past performance. Companies should include a complete
market analysis in their plan to help showcase why their business strategy will be
effective in the market. Future company plans, including production targets,
management strategy, and financial forecasting, should be used to demonstrate and
confirm that the company's short-term and long-term objective can and will be met. This
model plan can be customized to best fit the unique needs of any entrepreneur or owner
that is seeking to create a strong business plan.
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business plan is confidential; therefore, reader agrees not to disclose it without the express written
permission of [Company Name]

It is acknowledged by reader that information to be furnished in this business plan is in all respects
confidential in nature, other than information which is in the public domain through other means
and that any disclosure or use of same by reader may cause serious harm or damage to
[Company Name]

Upon request, this document is to be immediately returned to [Company Name]




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                                                               Table of Contents



1.0 Executive Summary ....................................................................................................................1
  1.1 Objectives ...................................................................................................................................2
  1.2 Mission .........................................................................................................................................2
  1.3 Keys to Success........................................................................................................................3
2.0 Organization Summary..............................................................................................................3
  2.1 Legal Entity ................................................................................................................................3
  2.2 Start-up Summary ..................................................................................................................4
    Table: Start-up .............................................................................................................................4
    Chart: Start-up .............................................................................................................................4
3.0 Services ...........................................................................................................................................5
4.0 Market Analysis Summary........................................................................................................9
  4.1 Market Segmentation .............................................................................................................9
  4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy ....................................................................................10
5.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary ..........................................................................11
  5.1 Competitive Edge...................................................................................................................11
  5.2 Marketing Strategy................................................................................................................11
  5.3 Fundraising Strategy ............................................................................................................12
  Chart: Funding Monthly...............................................................................................................14
  5.4 Milestones .................................................................................................................................15
    Table: Milestones .......................................................................................................................15
6.0 Management Summary ...........................................................................................................15
  6.1 Personnel Plan.........................................................................................................................16
7.0 Financial Plan...............................................................................................................................16
  7.1 Start-up Funding ....................................................................................................................17
    Table: Start-up Funding ..........................................................................................................17
  7.2 Projected Cash Flow..............................................................................................................18
  7.3 Projected Balance Sheet .....................................................................................................20
  Table: Funding Forecast................................................................................................................1
  Table: Cash Flow..............................................................................................................................2
  Table: Cash Flow (Continued).....................................................................................................3
  Table: Balance Sheet .....................................................................................................................4
  Table: Balance Sheet (Continued) ............................................................................................5




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1.0 Executive Summary

   Company: [Company Name]
   Contact: [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   [City, State ZIP]
   Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Email: [Email Address]
   Website: [Website]

   Purpose
   The purpose of this Business Plan is to:
   1. Effectuate a defined course of direction for the Organization's management into successfully
      managing, operating, and administering the business of creating educational and vocational
      opportunities, with measurable and accountable programs, for the economic stability
      empowerment for underserved youth with limited government assistance.
   2. Enlighten responsible, and capable decision-making builders of society, of the mutual
      benefits of empowering youth education, with critical-thinking skills coupled with
      entrepreneurial leadership skills, exclusively for promoting social welfare for the common
      good and general welfare of the community with measurable and accountable programs,
      producing bottom-line results with limited government assistance according to the
      Department of Education’s mandate enacted March 14, 2011.
   3. Educate and inform responsible financing sources, with accurate data for the capital
      requirements being requested by the Organization, in addition to its history, its projected
      future, and the justification of how the requested funding will give the Organization the
      ability to empower underserved youth with limited government assistance, with meaningful
      and effective value stabilizing and growing the local and national economy, with critical-
      thinking skills coupled with entrepreneurial leadership skills, and creating job opportunities
      now and in the future with limited government assistance. This empowerment of hope
      afforded, will help people that are in need and provide the community with economic
      stability and prosperous growth with measurable and accountable programs and services,
      by implementing executable and efficient plans of action.

   The Organization
   [Company Name] is an acknowledged 501 (c) tax-exempt organization by the Internal Revenue
   Service as of June 01, 2011, headquartered in Dallas, TX. The Organization is purposed to act
   and operate exclusively as a nonprofit corporation. [Company Name] exclusively acts and
   operates as a public benefit, educational, research, scientific including advancements in
   technology, and charitable organization for the empowerment of underserved youth into well-
   rounded productive components in the community. [Company Name]was incorporated in 2008
   and is headed by Antonio Henderson, who is an established visionary of more than 30 years,
   with over 20 years of entrepreneurial leadership skills and training. The Organization offers
   multiple measurable and accountable educational programs and services to underserved
   members in the community. [Company Name] promulgates well-rounded youth entrepreneurial
   leadership and educational social welfare, purposely designed to empower today’s youth with
   effective hard and soft skills, for the economic stability and growth of our American capitalistic
   society, as well as empowering youth into becoming local, national and global leaders by setting
   goals and directions for their lives with limited government assistance.

   [Company Name] has a definitive plan of action with measurable and accountable programs to
   expand its exposure through effective marketing and introduce the area to market
   segments that have not yet discovered the Organization. The Organization hopes to fund these
   programs through individuals, philanthropist, corporate socially responsible funding and grants,

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   endowments, nonprofit hedge-funding contributions, ‘in-kind’ and innovative funding concepts
   and other donated revenue with limited government assistance.

   The Market
   [Company Name]'s target market strategy is based on the Department of Education's recent
   mandate - “revitalizing youth education with measurable and accountable programs." Building
   Minds for the Future Inc. is becoming a beacon for empowering underserved people for the
   betterment of the social welfare in the community by launching in the Dallas, TX area and
   structured to the aspiring needed growth on a national platform, redressing the needs of the
   mandate with measurable and accountable programs of educational and entrepreneurial
   leadership skills services, as well as its meaningful and effective charitable services. The
   Organization will rely on the support of businesses, government entities, and residents in the
   community to help with funding and donations so that [Company Name] can make an impact in
   its community. The people that seek the Organization's assistance desire value with quality
   services and it is [Company Name]'s duty to deliver on their expectations.

   Financial Consideration
   In addition to diligently following this Business Plan to maintain the safeguards for successful
   business operations and achieve the financial projections herein, the current financial
   plan of [Company Name] includes obtaining funding through one of many financing programs in
   the amount of $352,844. The Organization hopes to secure the requested funds sometime in
   the fourth quarter of 2011. It will use the funding to effect measurable and accountable
   services and programs as ascribed by the Department of Educations’ mandate, cover
   advertising under the mandate as well as the expenses of the Rising Stars program. The
   Organization's funding forecast is projected to increase during the next three years.

   The major focus for grant funding is as follows:
   1. The Organization is an African American minority-owned organization.

   2. It will provide educational services, leadership skills, and charitable services to members of
      its community with measurable and accountable programs producing bottom-line results.

   3. It will sponsor measurable and accountable programs that will originate job opportunities
      that will improve the economic stability launching in the Dallas County, TX area structured
      to redress the aspiring needed growth on a national platform under the Department of
      Education’s recent mandate.

1.1 Objectives

   [Company Name]'s main objective is to secure sufficient funding to explosively grow the
   Organization with limited government assistance.

1.2 Mission

   Building Minds exclusively acts and operates to promulgate the empowerment of educating
   disadvantaged and underserved youth. This mission is conducted by implementing
   entrepreneurial leadership skills coupled with effective educational science, reading and math
   skills, using and bundling proven programs of measurability and accountability, effecting
   national capitalistic growth and global leadership, while creating job opportunities and result-
   driven corporate internships.




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                           Highlights
  $80,000

  $70,000

  $60,000

  $50,000                                                          Funding

  $40,000                                                          Gross Surplus

                                                                   Net Surplus
  $30,000

  $20,000

  $10,000

       $0
                Year 1          Year 2          Year 3




1.3 Keys to Success

   [Company Name]'s keys to success are:

       Assisting disadvantaged youth into becoming well-rounded productive members of society,
       Creating effective and meaningful jobs in the community, and
       Empowering economic stability with minimal government assistance.

2.0 Organization Summary

   Company: [Company Name]
   Contact: [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   [City, State ZIP]
   Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Email: [Email Address]
   Website: [Website]

   [Company Name] is a non-profit organization headquartered in Dallas, TX. The Organization
   enriches youth educational social welfare in the community by establishing partnerships with
   private businesses, philanthropist and local governmental agencies providing innovative and
   traditional programs. These programs are designed to award scholarships, grants, and
   assistance to the underserved, indigent, and underprivileged youth for their educational
   empowerment and community advancement. Building Minds creates massive job opportunities
   for the ‘baby boomers’ and ‘educators’ facilitating these programs in furtherance of empowering
   youth with well-rounded hard and soft marketable skills in the community by actively engaging
   corporate responsibility.

2.1 Legal Entity

   [Company Name] was incorporated on July 18, 2008 in the State of Texas purposed to act and
   operate exclusively as a 501(c) tax-exempt organization acknowledged by the Internal Revenue
   Service. The Director and CEO of the Organization is [Name].

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2.2 Start-up Summary

Table: Start-up

Start-up

Requirements

Start-up Expenses
Rising Stars Process                                                    $200,000
Regus Virtual Office, Utilities, etc                                      $2,844
Marketing Campaign                                                      $150,000
Total Start-up Expenses                                                 $352,844

Start-up Assets
Cash Required                                                           $352,844
Other Current Assets                                                          $0
Long-term Assets                                                              $0
Total Assets                                                                  $0

Total Requirements                                                      $352,844




Chart: Start-up


                                                Start-up

     $1,000,000

       $900,000

       $800,000

       $700,000

       $600,000

       $500,000

       $400,000

       $300,000

       $200,000

       $100,000

             $0
                     Expenses          Assets              Investment          Loans




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3.0 Services

   [Company Name] acts and operates as a public benefit, educational, research, scientific,
   including advancements in technology and charitable organization for the empowerment of the
   community. It promulgates youth leadership and educational social welfare. [Company Name]
   also advocates corporate social responsibility in the community. The Organization is designed
   to help today’s youth develop their personal leadership skills and begin to set goals and
   directions for their lives. Leadership is essential in enabling youth to develop character,
   confidence, and values that promote the understanding of healthy behavior.

   1. Rising Stars is a process that helps youth develop their ability to make positive life choices
      based upon sound values and a vision of a successful future. This process is an innovative
      and unique inside-out development process that focuses on four critical elements that
      promote personal leadership, healthy behaviors, and the skills employers identify as
      essential for today’s global market. The four elements are:

      developing   positive attitudes
      developing   interpersonal skills
      developing   goal-achievement skills
      developing   time-management skills

   Rising Stars helps young people improve and develop positive attitudes and self- confidence as
   well as reduce risk behaviors
   Client results include:

      Participants successfully apply skills from their personal assessment
      Seek out positive alternatives
      Better able to make goal-oriented and educated decisions
      Effective communication skills
      Team player
      Increased grade point average
      Reduction of school disciplinary and truancy incidents
      Increase in college acceptance
      Reduction of recidivism

   2. AVID is a 4th - 12th grade system to prepare students in the academic middle for four-year
      college eligibility. It has a proven track record in bringing out the best in students, and in
      closing the achievement gap. AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination.
      AVID targets students in the academic middle - B, C, and even D students - who have the
      desire to go to college and the willingness to work hard. These are students who are
      capable of completing rigorous curriculum but are falling short of their potential. Typically,
      they will be the first in their families to attend college, and many are from low-income or
      minority families. AVID pulls these students out of their unchallenging courses and puts
      them on the college track: acceleration instead of remediation.

       The AVID curriculum, based on rigorous standards, was developed by middle and senior
       high school teachers in collaboration with college professors. It is driven by the WICR
       method, which stands for writing, inquiry, collaboration, and reading. AVID curriculum is
       used in AVID elective classes, in content-area classes in AVID schools, and even in schools
       where the AVID elective is not offered. State-funded, independent research, together with
       AVID's own data, validate that the AVID college-readiness system works. Consider: AVID
       students are more likely to take AP classes, complete their college eligibility requirements,
       and get into four- year colleges than students who don't take AVID. Almost all AVID
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       students who participate for at least three years are accepted to college, with roughly three
       quarters getting into four-year universities. AVID also helps ensure students, once accepted
       to college, possess the higher-level skills they need for college success. Visit the Results
       page to learn more about AVID's data and research.

   3. Dropout Prevention- the School Archive Project has a 10-year time-capsule and class-
      reunion plan designed to provide students with a physical connection to their future. The
      goal is to help students visualize their goals and better understand their natural ability to
      make the differences they want in their own lives through work.

   4. STEM Education Coalition - represents all sectors of the technological workforce – from
      knowledge workers, to educators, to scientists, engineers, and technicians. The participating
      organizations of the STEM Education Coalition are dedicated to ensuring quality STEM
      education at all levels. Officials from federal agencies with education programs aimed at
      improving America's competitiveness in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
      (STEM) engaged in a yearlong endeavor to assess their programs' success and to identify
      areas for improvement for current and future programs. This effort, carried out by the
      Academic Competitiveness Council (ACC) and led by Secretary of Education Margaret
      Spellings, lays the groundwork for sustained collaboration among STEM education programs
      across federal agencies that will greatly strengthen America's competitiveness.

The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 (P.L. 109-171) (the act) established the ACC. The statute
charged the ACC to:

      Identify all federal programs with a mathematics or science education focus;
      Identify the effectiveness of those programs;
      Determine areas of overlap or duplication among those programs;
      Identify target populations served by such programs; and,
      Recommend processes to efficiently integrate and coordinate those programs.

In addition to assuming those responsibilities delineated in the act, the ACC set milestones to guide
its mandate:

      Delineate the goals of the programs;
      Determine the extent to which the programs have undergone independent, external
       evaluation based on sound, scientific principles;
      Ascertain the extent to which the programs have quantitative evidence of achieving their
       stated goals;
      Establish standards for measuring and evaluating these programs, including common
       measures as appropriate; and
      Formulate recommendations for administrative or legislative action that, if carried out,
       would more efficiently integrate and coordinate federal spending on STEM education
       programs.




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Agencies' catalogued programs focused on STEM education. The resulting inventories were then
aggregated into an overall inventory for the federal government comprising 105 STEM education
programs, with approximately $3.12 billion in total funding for Fiscal Year (FY) 2006. The programs
cover kindergarten through postgraduate education and outreach as follows:

      24 elementary and secondary school (K–12) programs, which received approximately $574
       million, or 18.4 percent of total funding;
      70 undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs, which received more than $2.4
       billion, or 77.2 percent of total funding; and
      11 informal education and outreach programs, which received close to $137 million, or 4.4
       percent of total funding.

To perform its work, the ACC formed three working groups, each focused on an education
category: K–12 Education, Postsecondary Education, and Informal Education and Outreach. Each
working group developed common goals and measures for its programs: national goals to reflect
the overarching education outcomes for a given group; national metrics to measure the nation's
progress toward those outcomes; common goals and metrics to measure the impact of individual
programs and projects; and plans to integrate these metrics into program and project operations
and evaluations.

The K–12 Education working group adopted goals and metrics at both the national level and the
program and project level that focus primarily on improving student achievement, teacher quality,
and student engagement. The Postsecondary Education working group identified one overarching
national goal for undergraduate programs: to increase the number of undergraduates who enroll in
and complete STEM degree programs. Further, the group identified program-level goals and
metrics in three areas: improving the STEM workforce; encouraging development of collaborative
communities among the education, government, industry, and professional sectors; and
strengthening higher education institutional capacity. The Informal Education and Outreach
working group identified two national and program-level goals: increasing awareness, interest,
engagement, and understanding of STEM concepts, processes, and careers by the general public
and other targeted populations; and improving practice and building professional and institutional
capacity by funding efforts that generate, develop, and apply innovative ideas and models for
informal science education.

There are 27 graduate and postgraduate programs that represent nearly $1.46 billion or 47 percent
of total FY 2006 funding for STEM education programs in the ACC program inventory. These
programs are highly individualized, with the primary mission of strengthening the nation's research
capacity rather than broadly improving the nation's education system. Notwithstanding the
contributions of graduate and postgraduate programs to the fields of science and engineering, the
ACC chose not to assign a national education goal to these programs. However, the Postsecondary
Education working group developed metrics to help agencies assess the educational aspects of
graduate and postsecondary programs. These metrics include the percentage of fellowship
recipients who complete their degree program or are subsequently employed in a STEM field.

The ACC employed a methodological framework to address the requirement to determine STEM
program effectiveness. The ACC used the framework not only to review existing evaluations of a
project's effectiveness, but also to serve as a guide for designing such evaluations in the future.
This Hierarchy of Study Designs (fig. 2) encompasses only those study designs intended to
estimate a project's impact on educational outcomes, such as student math and science
achievement, or Ph.D. completion. (These are sometimes called "impact" studies.) For such study
designs, the hierarchy provides guidance on designs most likely to produce valid estimates of a
project's true impact.

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The ACC solicited support from the Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy (coalition), a nonprofit,
nonpartisan organization sponsored by the Council for Excellence in Government, to assess
evaluations. Each agency submitted its best evaluations for this review. Of the 115 total
evaluations, the coalition found 10 impact evaluations that were scientifically rigorous, four of
which concluded that the educational activity evaluated had a meaningful positive impact. Three of
them had results published in academic journals. Based on the 115 evaluations, the ACC's review
revealed that, despite decades of significant federal investment in science and math education,
there is a general dearth of evidence of effective practices and activities in STEM education. Even
the 10 well-designed studies would require additional replication and validation to be used as the
basis for decisions about education policy or classroom practice.

The act also charged the ACC with identifying areas of overlap and duplication. Many of the
programs in the ACC's inventory share similar goals. While such duplication is not inherently bad,
the ACC found coordination among agencies could be improved. For example, grants to some
projects that supported similar interventions appeared uninformed by the results of earlier
projects. Agencies with similar STEM programs sometimes do not share information about the work
they fund.

Based on its analysis, the ACC makes the following recommendations:

Recommendation 1: The ACC program inventory and goals and metrics should be living
resources, updated regularly and used to facilitate stronger interagency coordination.

Recommendation 2: Agencies and the federal government at large should foster knowledge of
effective practices through improved evaluation and-or implementation of proven-effective,
research based instructional materials and methods.

Recommendation 3: Federal agencies should improve the coordination of their K–12 STEM
education programs with states and local school systems.

Recommendation 4: Federal agencies should adjust program designs and operations so that
programs can be assessed and measurable results can be achieved, consistent with the programs'
goals.

Recommendation 5: Funding for federal STEM education programs designed to improve STEM
education outcomes should not increase unless a plan for rigorous, independent evaluation is in
place, appropriate to the types of activities funded.

Recommendation 6: Agencies with STEM education programs should collaborate on implementing
ACC recommendations under the auspices of the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC).

When these recommendations are implemented, the body of evidence of the effectiveness of STEM
practices will grow and the impact of federal programs on STEM goals will improve. American
students will be the beneficiaries and the nation's overall competitiveness will be strengthened.

   5.    Professional Programs by Lori Vann –Therapeutic Programs and Courses offered by Lori
        Vann:

       12 Week Anger Management Program originally developed for Timberlawn Mental Health.
        Program can be tailored to the number of weeks or hours that your organization needs.
       1 to 6 Hour Self-injury presentations on identification and treatment. Once part one of the
        self-injury book is published, then special 6 hour trainings will be offered.
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      2-6 Hour Parenting seminar for parents of pre-teens and teens
      1.5 to 6 Hour Boundaries Education Class (6 hour program originally developed for North
       Lake College's Continuing Education Dept.)
      1 to 6 Hour Abuse Education Class
      1 to 3 Hour Stress Management Class 1.5 hours Self-injury Education, Support, and Coping
       Skills program for Parents of Self-injurers
      Teen Girl Retreats--4 hours

4.0 Market Analysis Summary

   [Company Name] is a part of the education, life skills and social service industry. This industry
   offers effective programs that provide hope and opportunity for underrepresented segments of
   society. It helps people survive, learn and eventually contribute. Social programs and services
   touch people's lives. [Company Name] sees the faces of its clients daily. It understands that the
   problem it solves on a daily basis benefits people, families and its community in a major way.

   [Company Name]'s business plan focuses on an initial launch in Dallas, TX area and is
   structured to the aspiring needed growth on a national platform. The Organization will provide
   educational services with measurable and accountable programs producing bottom-line results
   as required under the recent mandate of the Department of Education, as well as engaging
   economic stability and community growth by aiding youth in developing their personal
   leadership. [Company Name] has the proven personal necessary to flourish within its market.
   By delivering measurable and accountable programs with bottom-line results and developing an
   outstanding reputation for producing economic stability and growth, [Company Name]'s
   potential is excellent.

4.1 Market Segmentation

   Building Minds for the Future has two specific target markets – 1) the disadvantaged youth in
   need of entrepreneurial leadership skills empowerment and 2) partnerships, private businesses
   local governmental agencies providing traditional and innovative programs awarding
   scholarships, grants, and assistance to the underserved, indigent, and underprivileged youth for
   educational and vocational opportunities for economic stability and growth.

   [Company Name]'s target market strategy is based on becoming a destination for people in the
   Dallas, TX area in need of the Organization's educational, leadership skills, and charitable
   services. The Organization's marketing strategy is based on superior performance in the
   following areas:

          Measurable and Accountable programs
          Quality programs historically having produced bottom-line results
          Knowledgeable board members and staff
          Customer service
          Community relations

   [Company Name] knows that there will always be a need for organizations that provide
   educational and charitable services to the community. Clients within this industry want
   measurable and accountable programs with amazing customer service and reliability producing
   bottom-line results. [Company Name]'s clients appreciate the quality service that the
   Organization offers, as well as the knowledgeable and experienced staff. They will trust
   [Company Name] due to the Organization's strong relationship with its community and its
   passion for empowering and helping the youth. Additionally, it will remain beneficial to its
   clients by delivering the dedication and dependability that they desire.

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4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy

   [Company Name]'s target markets is based on an in-depth understanding of the client's needs.
   [Company Name]'s skills and capabilities will allow the Organization to build on to its reputation
   within its area. Therefore, obtaining funding as well as developing a strong marketing strategy
   will aid the Organization in building a strong client base.

   [Company Name]'s specific targeted groups are as follows:

      disadvantaged youth in the community that will greatly benefit and have the desire to utilize
       entrepreneurial leadership skills
      schools, school programs and school districts that will greatly benefit and have the desire to
       utilize the education and entrepreneurial leadership skills programs
      major corporate sponsors that will greatly benefit and have the desire to promulgate youth
       education and entrepreneurial leadership skills programs empowering the community with
       more marketable skills future employers
      individuals, such as professional - athletes, executives, entertainers, or entrepreneurs that
       will greatly benefit by the implementation of a prudent tax and wealth maximization
       strategy
      public figures having public acknowledged the desire to gain more popular votes and
       support of the people by endorsing and supporting empowering disadvantaged youth with
       educational and entrepreneurial leadership skills by measurable and accountable means
      Chamber of Commerce’s wanting explosive media coverage and exposure for supporting the
       empowerment of disadvantaged youth with educational and entrepreneurial leadership skills
       by measureable and accountable means
      Media organizations for the explosive coverage and exposure of assisting the empowerment
       of disadvantaged youth with educational and entrepreneurial skills by measurable and
       accountable means
      Local business desiring to support and or assist the community by endorsing and supporting
       empowering disadvantaged youth with educational and entrepreneurial leadership skills by
       measurable and accountable means
      Fortune 500 business’s desiring to support and or assist the community by endorsing and
       supporting empowering disadvantaged youth with educational and entrepreneurial
       leadership skills by measurable and accountable means
      Organizations desiring to support and or assist the community by endorsing and supporting
       empowering disadvantaged youth with educational and entrepreneurial leadership skills by
       measurable and accountable means
      Local government officials desiring to support and or assist the community by endorsing and
       supporting empowering disadvantaged youth with educational and entrepreneurial
       leadership skills by measurable and accountable means
      State government officials desiring to support and or assist the community by endorsing
       and supporting empowering disadvantaged youth with educational and entrepreneurial
       leadership skills by measurable and accountable means
      Nation-wide officials desiring to support and or assist the community by endorsing and
       supporting empowering disadvantaged youth with educational and entrepreneurial
       leadership skills by measurable and accountable means




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   [Company Name] will utilize the methods below to reach its target market:

      Collect as much demographic data as possible on potential area service users to assist
       management in creating both immediate and long-term plans for reaching out to this
       market segment.
      Formulate and adopt additions and/or revisions to the marketing strategies within this
       Business Plan once sufficient demographic data has been gathered.
      Management must keep in mind that making the masses aware of the Organization is far
       more difficult and expensive than working with an existing user base. Management must
       take particular care in making certain marketing dollars are wisely spent since funds are
       limited.
      Construct a sophisticated website that highlights the benefits of choosing the Organization
       and its services.

5.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary

   Building Minds for the Future’s exclusive purpose is to reverse the glaring, downward trends in
   the educational preparedness and accountability of youth in the United States. Building Minds
   for the Future's strategy of bundling and implementing proven youth programs of
   empowerment, programs defined by a track record of accountable, measurable results. The
   main focus in executing this strategy will be to only ‘adopt youth educational, decision making,
   leadership and entrepreneurial skills-based programs’ already having a well-established track
   record of proven success of at least 3 consecutive years or more and bundling them according
   to the needs of specific program participants.

   [Company Name] has clearly defined the target market and have differentiated itself by offering
   a solid solution to fulfilling its clients’ needs. Reasonable fundraising targets have been
   established with an implementation plan designed to ensure the goals set forth below are
   achieved.

5.1 Competitive Edge

   The Director and CEO of [Company Name] is working diligently to provide effective services and
   programs to the youth in its community. The Organization will have the community support it
   needs to thrive; therefore, by building an organization based on satisfying clients, [Company
   Name] simultaneously builds defenses against competition. Furthermore, the Organization will
   help the community understand what it offers them and why they need it.

   [Company Name] knows that the potential for helping others is vast. Clients will gain self-
   worth, their confidence will increase and they will overcome with their knowledge, being eager
   to give back to the community and provide social services to others who need it. The idea that
   knowledge helps all those surrounding it is unarguable. It is a definite advantage for society.

5.2 Marketing Strategy

   [Company Name]'s marketing strategy involves co-sponsoring events; partnering with similar
   organizations; using mail solicitations, email solicitations, personal solicitations and grant
   solicitations; as well as using word-of-mouth advertising. Additionally the Organization will use
   local publications, brochures, business cards, online channels and its website to advertise it
   services and solicit donations.

   Currently, [Company Name] has an advantage because the director is a superior business man
   that has excellent work ethics, customer service and communication skills. The director also
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     offers an in-depth knowledge of running a successful business, organizing functions for a 501(c)
     tax-exempt organization acknowledged by the Internal Revenue Service, and offering well-
     needed social services to the residents in their area. Additionally, [Company Name]'s quality of
     work and level of integrity will help the Organization build a strong reputation within its
     community.

5.3 Fundraising Strategy

     [Company Name] will rely on grants, private business donations and fundraisers to meet its
     funding goals. Overall, the founder of [Company Name] has excellent customer relations,
     fundraising strategy, and strong work ethics.

     [Company Name] makes an effort to stay in line with other Organizations offering similar
     services. Getting local professionals, businesses and the community involved is vital to the
     success of the Organization. Additionally, being honest and reliable, as well as utilizing strong
     communication skills and effective fundraising strategies will help the Organization reach its
     goals. Furthermore, uplifting the community and keeping sponsors, donors, and clients happy is
     an implicit part of building a relationship that will encourage donations and fundraising
     participation.

Synopsis of a Unit Breakdown
The recommended unit costs for new associate training should be as follows:

1.    Attribute/Values/DISC Assessments             $100.
2.    2 Day Coaching Skills Training                $200       (SHERPA)
3.   12 week Coaching Process IAW Bylaws            $400      (RAC process)
                                                                $700

Planned of training costs of $700 per associate.       A consensus of paying associates $500 per
attendee for a 12 week process.

Justifying a $2000-presenting an Accurate Return on Contribution -Individual & Corporate
Responsibility creating jobs while empowering underserved youth with limited government
assistance

      2 teens                         $2000 x 2       $4000
      Training                         $700          - $700
      new job creation- associate    $500 x 5      -$2500
      NET                                            $800

The $800 Net is used to purchase 4 Rising Stars programs ($200-Cost of Rising Stars Program x 4
processes = $800)




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Justification Breakdown of 'a complete 20 teen developmental program' -Accurate Return on
Contribution -Individual & Corporate Responsibility creating jobs /empowering underserved
youth/limited government assistance

                20 teens                    $2000 x 20         $40000
                 Training                    $700 x 10          - $7000
                 Paid Cost to
                 Facilitator per Youth       $500 x 20         -$10000
                 NET                                              $23000

The chart and table below shows [Company Name] projected Funding Forecast. Annual projections
for three years are shown here, with first year monthly figures in the appendix.

Funding Forecast
                                                     Year 1                Year 2     Year 3
Units
Teen Developmental Program                                20                  30          40

Total Units                                               20                  30          40

Unit Prices                                          Year 1             Year 2         Year 3
Teen Developmental Program                        $2,000.00          $2,000.00      $2,000.00


Funding
Teen Developmental Program                         $40,000            $60,000        $80,000

Total Funding                                      $40,000            $60,000        $80,000

Direct Unit Costs                                   Year 1             Year 2         Year 3
Teen Developmental Program                         $850.00            $850.00        $850.00


Direct Cost of Funding
Teen Developmental Program                         $17,000            $25,500        $34,000

Subtotal Direct Cost of Funding                    $17,000            $25,500        $34,000




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Chart: Funding Monthly


                                   Funding Monthly
 $6,000


 $5,000


 $4,000
                                                                                                                                      Teen Developmental Program
 $3,000
                                                                                                                                      0

 $2,000


 $1,000


    $0
           Month 1

                     Month 2

                               Month 3

                                         Month 4

                                                   Month 5

                                                             Month 6

                                                                       Month 7

                                                                                 Month 8

                                                                                           Month 9

                                                                                                     Month 10

                                                                                                                Month 11

                                                                                                                           Month 12




Chart: Funding by Year


                                   Funding by Year

 $80,000

 $70,000

 $60,000

 $50,000                                                                                                                              Teen Developmental Program

 $40,000                                                                                                                              0

 $30,000

 $20,000

 $10,000

     $0
                      Year 1                                 Year 2                              Year 3




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5.4 Milestones

   In order to achieve the growth and marketing goals that have been outlined in this business
   plan, [Company Name] has deadlines to meet and ideas to implement. These deadlines and
   ideas are called "milestones". Milestones are the most important events and/or projects that
   must be completed in order to ensure the success of [Company Name]

   Because of the critical importance of milestones to the Organization's growth, success, and
   operational efficiency, management will periodically review and update the progress that has
   been made in completing each milestone. The review and update process will include adding
   new milestones, deleting completed milestones, and revising estimated end dates and budgets.

Table: Milestones

Milestones

Milestone                Start Date     End Date                  Department
Letters of               9/27/2011    10/27/2011           CEO/President/CMO
Endorsement Request
1500
Rising Star Process      9/27/2011    10/27/2011                          COO
Set Appt/acquire youth   9/27/2011    10/27/2011   Parties w/ youth connections
spots
Contact/Set Appt w/      9/27/2011    10/27/2011           CEO/President/Vice-
Decision Makers                                            President/COO/CMO
Internet ‘Marketing      10/1/2011     11/1/2011                         CMO
Blast'
Local Media Blast        9/27/2011    11/27/2011                          CMO




6.0 Management Summary

   The director and primary decision maker of [Company Name] has keen business sense due
   to his years of experience and expertise in the education, life skills, and social services
   industry. Furthermore, his strong managerial skills, hands-on approach, and leadership qualities
   also aid him in having an effective organization with measurable and accountable programs
   producing bottom-line results.

   The Organization's management team/ Directors consist of:

   Insert Bio Here




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6.1 Personnel Plan

   The table below contains the details of [Company Name]’s personnel plan. [Company Name]is
   committed to being an invaluable asset to the community rather than a drain or liability by not
   incurring any unaccountable costs to personnel and by utilizing limited government assistance.
   All costs incurred are operational expenses to effectuate the mission of [Company Name]Any
   pay to personnel is pursuant the measurability and accountability of the effectuation of the
   operation of [Company Name]., pendent necessary funding available.

   [Company Name]’s Executive Board of Directors currently consists of 7 uniquely well-
   accomplished and polished C-Level experts in their respective vertices. Each respective
   member, is a proven top-performing, visionary C-level executive offering 20+ years of
   experience positioning non-profit, not-for-profit, and for-profit companies for growth, revenue
   generation, social influence, and stakeholder value. All are experts in revolutionizing change,
   winning consensus, and driving initiatives that meet business goals.

7.0 Financial Plan

   The current financial plan is based on the assumption of achieving desired levels of funding, in
   which [Company Name] plans to obtain funding sources in the amount of $352,844 for the
   purpose of doing advertising and covering the expenses of the Rising Stars program in the first
   year of plan implementation. Additionally, this Business Plan is used by the management
   of [Company Name] as a road map to its success. It is an indispensable tool for the ongoing
   performance and improvement of the Organization, and it will be referred to often as
   management plots its business course.

   Management commits to reviewing this Business Plan on a regular basis to make certain
   financial projections remain accurate and strategies remain pertinent as the economy,
   technology, communication methods, and customer demographics change. The three year
   financial projections within this Business Plan indicate that the Organization will have generated
   sufficient growth, funding, and donations to permit the Organization to continue to exists and
   prosper. Evaluation of the Organization's success will be an ongoing process involving the
   founder's monthly review of financial statements and other pertinent financial data.




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7.1 Start-up Funding

[Company Name]’s start-up costs includes advertising and covering the expenses of the Rising
Stars process, which is detailed in the Start-up Table. The following table shows how these start-up
costs will be funded.

Table: Start-up Funding

Start-up Funding
Start-up Expenses to Fund                                    $352,844
Start-up Assets to Fund                                            $0
Total Funding Required                                       $352,844

Assets
Non-cash Assets from Start-up                                     $0
Cash Requirements from Start-up                                   $0
Additional Cash Raised                                            $0
Cash Balance on Starting Date                                     $0
Total Assets                                                      $0


Liabilities and Capital

Liabilities
Current Borrowing                                                 $0
Long-term Liabilities                                             $0
Accounts Payable (Outstanding Bills)                              $0
Other Current Liabilities (interest-free)                         $0
Total Liabilities                                                 $0

Capital

Planned Investment
Owner                                                              $0
Investor                                                     $352,844
Additional Investment Requirement                                  $0
Total Planned Investment                                     $352,844

Loss at Start-up (Start-up Expenses)                      ($352,844)
Total Capital                                               $352,844


Total Capital and Liabilities

Total Funding                                                $352,844




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7.2 Projected Cash Flow

[Company Name] is applying for funding sources in the amount of $1,000,000. [Company Name]
forecast that it will receive the funding during the fourth quarter of 2011. During this
period, the Organization will use the money to do advertising and cover the expenses of the Rising
Stars program.

[Company Name]'s cash plan is based on the assumption that the Organization meets its funding
objectives.

Table: Cash Flow

Pro Forma Cash Flow
                                                       Year 1           Year 2          Year 3
Cash Received

Cash from Operations
Cash Funding                                          $40,000         $60,000          $80,000
Subtotal Cash from Operations                         $40,000         $60,000          $80,000

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Received                           $0              $0               $0
New Current Borrowing                                      $0              $0               $0
New Other Liabilities (interest-free)                      $0              $0               $0
New Long-term Liabilities                                  $0              $0               $0
Sales of Other Current Assets                              $0              $0               $0
Sales of Long-term Assets                                  $0              $0               $0
New Investment Received                                    $0              $0               $0
Subtotal Cash Received                                $40,000         $60,000          $80,000




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Table: Cash Flow (Continued)

Expenditures                                                                                                                Year 1           Year 2       Year 3

Expenditures from Operations
Cash Spending                                                                                                                $0                  $0           $0
Bill Payments                                                                                                           $14,535             $25,869      $33,301
Subtotal Spent on Operations                                                                                            $14,535             $25,869      $33,301

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Paid Out                                                                                             $0                  $0           $0
Principal Repayment of Current Borrowing                                                                                     $0                  $0           $0
Other Liabilities Principal Repayment                                                                                        $0                  $0           $0
Long-term Liabilities Principal Repayment                                                                                    $0                  $0           $0
Purchase Other Current Assets                                                                                                $0                  $0           $0
Purchase Long-term Assets                                                                                                    $0                  $0           $0
Dividends                                                                                                                    $0                  $0           $0
Subtotal Cash Spent                                                                                                     $14,535             $25,869      $33,301

Net Cash Flow                                                                                                       $25,465                 $34,131      $46,699
Cash Balance                                                                                                       $627,881                $662,012     $708,711

Chart: Cash Flow


                                                       Cash
 $600,000


 $500,000


 $400,000
                                                                                                                                        Net Cash Flow
 $300,000
                                                                                                                                        Cash Balance

 $200,000


 $100,000


      $0
            Month 1

                      Month 2

                                Month 3

                                          Month 4

                                                    Month 5

                                                              Month 6

                                                                        Month 7

                                                                                  Month 8

                                                                                            Month 9

                                                                                                      Month 10

                                                                                                                 Month 11

                                                                                                                             Month 12




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7.3 Projected Balance Sheet

    The Balance Sheet Table (below) shows the Pro-Forma Balance Sheet projections. In the
    appendix, the first twelve months are shown individually.

    Building Minds for the Future's net worth is $625,416, $659,916, and $705,916 for Year 1, Year
    2, and Year 3 respectively. The Organization's total assets for this same period will
    be $627,881, $662,012, and $708,711, respectively.

Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance Sheet
                                                    Year 1           Year 2           Year 3
Assets

Current Assets
Cash                                              $627,881         $662,012         $708,711
Other Current Assets                                    $0               $0               $0
Total Current Assets                              $627,881         $662,012         $708,711

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                                        $0               $0               $0
Accumulated Depreciation                                $0               $0               $0
Total Long-term Assets                                  $0               $0               $0
Total Assets                                      $627,881         $662,012         $708,711

Liabilities and Capital                             Year 1           Year 2           Year 3

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                                    $2,465           $2,096           $2,795
Current Borrowing                                       $0               $0               $0
Other Current Liabilities                               $0               $0               $0
Subtotal Current Liabilities                        $2,465           $2,096           $2,795

Long-term Liabilities                                   $0               $0               $0
Total Liabilities                                   $2,465           $2,096           $2,795

Paid-in Capital                                 $1,000,000       $1,000,000       $1,000,000
Accumulated Surplus/Deficit                     ($397,584)       ($374,584)       ($340,084)
Surplus/Deficit                                    $23,000          $34,500          $46,000
Total Capital                                     $625,416         $659,916         $705,916
Total Liabilities and Capital                     $627,881         $662,012         $708,711

Net Worth                                         $625,416         $659,916         $705,916




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Table: Funding Forecast


Funding Forecast
                              Month 1     Month 2     Month 3     Month 4     Month 5     Month 6     Month 7     Month 8     Month 9    Month 10    Month 11      Month
                                                                                                                                                                      12
Units
Teen                                1           1           1           1           1           2           2           2           2           2           2           3
Developmental
Program

Total Units                         1           1           1           1           1           2           2           2           2           2           2           3

Unit Prices                   Month 1     Month 2     Month 3     Month 4     Month 5     Month 6     Month 7     Month 8     Month 9    Month 10    Month 11       Month
                                                                                                                                                                        12
Teen                         $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00   $2,000.00
Developmental
Program

Funding
Teen                           $2,000      $2,000      $2,000      $2,000      $2,000      $4,000      $4,000      $4,000      $4,000      $4,000      $4,000      $6,000
Developmental
Program

Total Funding                  $2,000      $2,000      $2,000      $2,000      $2,000      $4,000      $4,000      $4,000      $4,000      $4,000      $4,000      $6,000

Direct Unit Costs             Month 1     Month 2     Month 3     Month 4     Month 5     Month 6     Month 7     Month 8     Month 9    Month 10    Month 11      Month
                                                                                                                                                                       12
Teen                42.50%    $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00     $850.00
Developmental
Program

Direct Cost of
Funding
Teen                             $850        $850        $850        $850        $850      $1,700      $1,700      $1,700      $1,700      $1,700      $1,700      $2,550
Developmental
Program

Subtotal Direct                  $850        $850        $850        $850        $850      $1,700      $1,700      $1,700      $1,700      $1,700      $1,700      $2,550
Cost of Funding
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Table: Cash Flow


Pro Forma Cash Flow
                            Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9   Month    Month     Month
                                                                                                                         10       11        12
Cash Received

Cash from Operations
Cash Funding                 $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $4,000    $4,000    $4,000    $4,000   $4,000   $4,000    $6,000
Subtotal Cash from           $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $4,000    $4,000    $4,000    $4,000   $4,000   $4,000    $6,000
Operations

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0
Received
New Current Borrowing           $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0
New Other Liabilities           $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0
(interest-free)
New Long-term Liabilities       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0
Sales of Other Current          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0
Assets
Sales of Long-term Assets        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0
New Investment Received          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0
Subtotal Cash Received       $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $2,000    $4,000    $4,000    $4,000    $4,000   $4,000   $4,000    $6,000




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Table: Cash Flow (Continued)


Expenditures              Month 1    Month 2    Month 3    Month 4    Month 5    Month 6    Month 7    Month 8    Month 9      Month      Month      Month
                                                                                                                                  10         11         12

Expenditures from
Operations
Cash Spending                   $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Bill Payments                  $28      $850       $850       $850       $850       $878      $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,728
Subtotal Spent on              $28      $850       $850       $850       $850       $878      $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,728
Operations

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT,                 $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
HST/GST Paid Out
Principal Repayment of          $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Current Borrowing
Other Liabilities               $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Principal Repayment
Long-term Liabilities           $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Principal Repayment
Purchase Other Current          $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Assets
Purchase Long-term              $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Assets
Dividends                       $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Subtotal Cash Spent            $28      $850       $850       $850       $850       $878      $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,700     $1,728

Net Cash Flow               $1,972     $1,150     $1,150     $1,150     $1,150     $3,122     $2,300     $2,300     $2,300     $2,300     $2,300     $4,272
Cash Balance              $604,388   $605,538   $606,688   $607,838   $608,988   $612,109   $614,409   $616,709   $619,009   $621,309   $623,609   $627,881




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Table: Balance Sheet


Pro Forma
Balance Sheet
                             Month 1    Month 2    Month 3    Month 4    Month 5    Month 6    Month 7    Month 8    Month 9   Month 10   Month 11   Month 12
Assets          Starting
                Balances

Current
Assets
Cash             $602,416   $604,388   $605,538   $606,688   $607,838   $608,988   $612,109   $614,409   $616,709   $619,009   $621,309   $623,609   $627,881
Other Current          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Assets
Total Current    $602,416   $604,388   $605,538   $606,688   $607,838   $608,988   $612,109   $614,409   $616,709   $619,009   $621,309   $623,609   $627,881
Assets

Long-term
Assets
Long-term              $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Assets
Accumulated            $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Depreciation
Total Long-            $0        $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
term Assets
Total Assets     $602,416   $604,388   $605,538   $606,688   $607,838   $608,988   $612,109   $614,409   $616,709   $619,009   $621,309   $623,609   $627,881




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Table: Balance Sheet (Continued)


Liabilities and                  Month 1      Month 2      Month 3      Month 4      Month 5      Month 6      Month 7      Month 8      Month 9     Month 10     Month 11     Month 12
Capital

Current
Liabilities
Accounts                 $0         $822         $822         $822         $822         $822       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $2,465
Payable
Current                  $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
Borrowing
Other Current            $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
Liabilities
Subtotal                 $0         $822         $822         $822         $822         $822       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $2,465
Current
Liabilities

Long-term                $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
Liabilities
Total                    $0         $822         $822         $822         $822         $822       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $1,643       $2,465
Liabilities

Paid-in Capital   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000   $1,000,000
Accumulated       ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)   ($397,584)
Surplus/Deficit
Surplus/Deficit          $0       $1,150       $2,300       $3,450       $4,600       $5,750       $8,050      $10,350      $12,650      $14,950      $17,250      $19,550      $23,000
Total Capital      $602,416     $603,566     $604,716     $605,866     $607,016     $608,166     $610,466     $612,766     $615,066     $617,366     $619,666     $621,966     $625,416
Total              $602,416     $604,388     $605,538     $606,688     $607,838     $608,988     $612,109     $614,409     $616,709     $619,009     $621,309     $623,609     $627,881
Liabilities and
Capital

Net Worth          $602,416     $603,566     $604,716     $605,866     $607,016     $608,166     $610,466     $612,766     $615,066     $617,366     $619,666     $621,966     $625,416




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Description: This Business Plan for a Youth Community Center allows entrepreneurs or business owners to create a comprehensive and professional business plan. This template form allows a business to outline the company's objectives and detail both current company information as well as any past performance. Companies should include a complete market analysis in their plan to help showcase why their business strategy will be effective in the market. Future company plans, including production targets, management strategy, and financial forecasting, should be used to demonstrate and confirm that the company's short-term and long-term objective can and will be met. This model plan can be customized to best fit the unique needs of any entrepreneur or owner that is seeking to create a strong business plan.