Does anyone know if there’s a competition for nonprofit infographics? There should be.

Apart from the sheer attention-getting appeal of creative visual presentation of important number-based information, which of course is the purpose, the construction of infographics has a way of concentrating the organization itself on crystallizing precisely its core message. A valuable exercise with multiple payoffs for marketing communications.

I was reading this useful article at good works blog, Online Stewardship for Your Donors, which included a link to this excellent infographic from the Canadian Red Cross. Click here to see the full image. Sure beats your typical fact sheet!

What do you think? Award-worthy? The Agitator would like to see some more nonprofit nominees. Do you have any?

Tom

P.S. More from The Agitator on the value of infographics here and here.

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