You have to publish an annual report – it’s a nonprofit best practice.

But you DO NOT have to publish a 30+ page report that takes over 100 hours to create. Who is really going to read that?

Save your nonprofit huge amounts of time and money and create something people will actually look at and respond to.

Just imagine your supporters sharing YOUR annual report with their friends on social media…

It can happen, but if you want them to do that, your annual report needs to be more than charts and numbers.

It needs to have an emotional impact.

And we can show you how during our popular series we’ve updated just in time to start putting together your 2018 report.

Join us for:

Creating an Awesome 2018 Nonprofit Annual Report

Two-Part Webinar Series with Kivi Leroux Miller

Tuesday, December 4th and Thursday, December 6th
1:00 P.M. Eastern (10 A.M. Pacific)

Registration for this series is $199

(You can register for just Part 1 for $99)

Register NowCan’t make it live? Registrants will have access to the recordings for two weeks, but you must sign up before we close registration at 12:45 P.M. ET the day of the event. We do not sell recordings after an event has started.

What We’ll Talk About

During this two-part updated webinar series, we’ll get down to what REALLY needs to be included in your nonprofit’s annual report and ways to share that information that will engage your supporters.

Part I: Annual Report Basics

During this webinar, we’ll cover the basics of good nonprofit annual reports, including what to emphasize and what to leave out.

You’ll learn:

  • Where an annual report fits in your donor communications plan
  • The five things every annual report should include regardless of format
  • Answers to pesky questions like what you do with the list of donor names if you don’t do a long printed report, and when your annual report should be released

Part II: Annual Report Formats to Use to Share Your Results with Donors

During this webinar, we’ll show you how to create a social media friendly report with more emotional power. And you’ll see lots of real examples of short annual reports in these formats:

  • Infographics
  • Postcards
  • 1, 2, and 4-Page Reports
  • Videos under 2 Minutes

We’ll also . . .

  • Help you make the case for going short
  • Show you how to streamline the financial information
  • Discuss how to handle the donor list, since you may need to cut it

Register now to learn how to create an annual report people will actually read.

I hope you’ll join us for this webinar that’s been updated to help you with your 2018 nonprofit annual report!

Register Now

Published On: November 28, 2018|Categories: Nonprofit Communications, Nonprofit Training, Webinars and Online Courses|

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