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In part one of this series, we outlined the seven essential elements that every nonprofit annual report should have. Now, you are faced with actually filling the pages. Perhaps the most daunting part of creating an annual report is putting pen to paper.
It’s a new year. Time to think about your nonprofit’s annual report. The project may seem daunting – people often approach it as their one opportunity to tell EVERYTHING the nonprofit has done for the past twelve months – all the programs, all the activities, all the issues, all the supporters. In this first of a three-part series, we’ll talk about what REALLY needs to be included and cut out all the extraneous material so we can produce something interesting to read.
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“Round, round, get around. I get around,” sang the Beach Boys. If they’re like most people these days, they’re taking the Internet with them on their smartphone. For the first time, more than half of all U.S. adults own a smartphone, tablet or both. Mobile web surfing is estimated to overtake desktop web surfing by 2015. It is imperative that your business have a mobile website to stay competitive.