Annual Report Writing

Youth Development

This project is

In Progress

Matched with:

Rachel K.

This project will save us $5,000, allowing us to fund stipends to four volunteers for one year.

What We Need

  • Clear and effective copy for an annual report that illustrates the Organization’s successes and plans for growth. Copy may include: descriptions of programs, allocation of funds and recognition of donors and volunteers
  • Blueprint of the structure for the annual report, including optimal content, length, and style
  • Suggestions for the format and structure of the annual report, if applicable

How This Will Help

The knowledge and skills I'll acquire will enable me to collect information, organize it, and present it in a logical and concise form in order to convey the exact meaning intended. it will further help me Communicate with Donors, build beneficiaries' confidence, attract and retain employees, inform and Influence the Media.

What We Have In Place

We currently have a website, tweeter, face book page and you tube account which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a registered constitution and the ability to provide any other information you need.

  • Location: Remote (work anywhere)

Project Steps

  • Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
    • Volunteer Manager delivers relevant Organizational materials such as mission, vision, key messages, Organization’s history, profiles of individuals or communities served, previous annual reports and stories of impact
    • Volunteer Manager shares last year’s statistics, financial statements, significant accomplishments and stories of impact, awards received, new and noteworthy grants as well as the complete list of supporters including names and donor levels
    • Professional reviews prep materials and identifies any information gaps
  • Milestone 1: Project Outcomes, Steps, and Timelines are Determined
    • Professional and Volunteer Manager connect to discuss prep materials, overall goals, and desired tone and style for the copy
    • Professional and Volunteer Manager brainstorm key messages, themes, and content and determine a time for delivery
    • Professional creates project plan and articulates project goals
  • Milestone 2: Finalized Blueprint of the Report is Created
    • Professional creates the blueprint for the report and submits to the volunteer manager for review
    • Volunteer Manager reviews blueprint and provides feedback
    • Professional incorporates feedback and creates final draft of the blueprint
  • Milestone 3: Final Annual Report is Created
    • Professional writes first draft of the content for the report and submits to the volunteer manager for review
    • Volunteer Manager reviews the content and provides feedback
    • Professional incorporates feedback and creates final draft of the content
Prerequisites for Professional
  • Excellent writing and communications expertise
  • Experience writing annual reports or comparable marketing collateral
Prerequisites for Organization
  • Staff member committed to providing feedback throughout the process; we recommend an Executive Director or Board Member sign onto this specific project
  • Materials that illustrate your Organization’s impact, financials, program achievements, relevant data, etc.
  • Prep Materials should be gathered and ready to share prior to starting the project

Our Mission

SAVIC is a refugee-run Community-based Organization, with an aim to empower young refugees in Kakuma to take charge of their future by increasing access to information, services, vocational education and livelihoods development.

What We Do

SAVIC is a community-based organization operating in Kakuma refugee camp. We are a team built of enthusiastic, dedicated and dynamic refugees, who believe in the resilience, potential, and power of young people in Kakuma to create a better future for themselves. Using a community-based approach, we empower youth and adult refugees to regain full agency and control over their own lives, in terms of their reproductive health and livelihoods. With this control, refugee youth are better able to pursue education and livelihood opportunities in order to gain economic independence.

Youth Development Community & Economic Development Education