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Here’s a tip: If you want people to understand your organization’s annual report, create a nifty infographic to accompany it.
The Center for Literacy just did that. Their infographic (below) gives interested parties a comprehensive, easily digestible, straight-to-the-point peek at some of the more pertinent impact metrics they’ve tracked over the course of a year.
Hear that? That’s your brain saying “thank you.”
CFL’s annual report provides a number of personal stories that add color and context to those numbers, but a visually appealing infographic can make for a serious value-add.
We’ll see how those numbers look next year: On March 1, the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy will be opening a new myPLACE (Philadelphia Literacy and Adult Career Education) campus inside CFL.-30-
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