Feedback on the annual reports e-book I released in August has been great. Here are a few of the comments I’ve received in the last month from people who have purchased “How to Write a Nonprofit Annual Report.”

“I found your book to be a tremendous help. Each year I have the challenge of producing an annual report that is comparable to the annual reports of other local non-profits, which are professionally done (slick paper, lots of photos, etc.). Because we choose to channel the majority of our funds to our programs, the annual report is done as inexpensively as possible. “How to Write a Nonprofit Annual Report” is helping me make this year’s report look and sound better than it ever has.” ~ Judi Early, Evansville Goodwill Industries, Inc.

“A step by step how-to for an important publication for my organization.” ~ Kathy Power, Cambridge Cares About AIDS

“Everything you need to know to design your annual report.” ~ Mindy Knappenberger, Armstrong County Community Foundation

And here are a few more comments from people who wished to remain anonymous:

“A very succinct look at annual reports for the nonprofit sector. A well-structured resource with excellent writing tips and good suggestions for incorporating “themes” and other ideas.” ~ J.H.

“Very easy-to-understand and well-written.” ~ J.C.

Congrats to Kelly Collins of the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence for winning this month’s drawing for an e-book refund. When you purchase the “How to Write a Nonprofit Annual Report” e-book, you’ll receive a link to a short survey about the book. Everyone who responds is entered into a monthly drawing to get the purchase price fully refunded. (My four-year-old picks the record number, so your chances of winning have absolutely nothing to do with your comments on the survey!)
You can get your copy of “How to Write a Nonprofit Annual Report” for $29.99 and then enter the drawing for the refund.

Published On: October 17, 2007|Categories: Fundraising|