Impact Report Graphic Design

Help Community TV Network showcase their work by designing their impact report with compelling visuals.
Community TV Network
Chicago, IL, USA
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Posted February 5th

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Impact Report Graphic Design

Project Details

What We Need
  • A professionally designed report, up to 10 pages, in high-resolution format (jpeg, pdf, etc.)
  • Accurate, print-ready specifications
Additional Details

Our non-profit requires a high quality graphic design for our several page annual report. We will be working closely with you to complete this project and will provide all copy content for the design. All we need is for you to complete a design.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have all written content, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have various other examples from previous years, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $4,817 , allowing us to provide a professional overview of our organization to potential funders.

Our organization provides annual reports to organizations to which we apply for grants.

Project Plan

Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with high-resolution logo and visual branding guidelines, finalized copy, and any additional content to be included in annual impact report
  • Volunteer Manager shares examples of previous annual reports with Professional (if any)
Milestone 1: Brainstorming
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional connect to discuss the story the Organization wants to tell and brainstorm how key data can be highlighted and visualized
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional agree upon a timeline
Milestone 2: Preliminary Impact Report Design & Feedback
  • Professional creates a preliminary design and shares with Volunteer Manager
  • Volunteer Manager reviews and provides feedback
  • Repeat feedback process (if necessary)
Milestone 3: Final Impact Report
  • Professional delivers final version of annual impact report in PDF format, with print-ready specifications
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About The Org

Community TV Network
Posted by
Denise Z.

Executive Director

Our Mission

Community TV Network (CTVN), a leader in community access to digital media arts, empowers low-income young adults and children in Chicago to identify, address, and resolve issues through the use and understanding of digital media arts. CTVN gives youth the awareness, motivation, and tools to create a positive future for themselves and their neighborhoods.

CTVN equips future leaders with skills to produce and consume high-quality video news relevant to their lives and communities.

What We Do

Year round, CTVN provides free digital media programs for at-risk youth. So far this year, 411 young people have participated in our programs, all from underserved areas of Chicago.

In partnership with organizations such as After School Matters, Alternative Schools Network, and Chicago Public Schools, CTVN implements quality youth development programs at our Youth Media Center and in schools throughout the city. Program participants learn everything from pre-production to post-production through in-school video classes, on-site paid apprenticeships/internships, on-location job training with professional filmmakers, summer employment, and service-learning opportunities.

Combining an accessible medium with accessible locations, CTVN programs: 1) provide meaningful learning experiences in safe and nurturing environments throughout Chicago; 2) develop youth potential through hands on activities that improve academic and workforce skills; 3) engage young people in a media literacy curriculum that hones critical thinking and problem-solving skills; and 4) cultivate authentic youth voices that articulate positive images of underrepresented youth.

In Chicago, about 40% of youth drop out of high school. Schools in minority districts are often disproportionately affected by funding cuts, school closures, and other problems that feed into the dropout rate. This is where CTVN steps in, with its social justice focus and on-the-ground solutions, to help at-risk youth stay in school, reenroll, graduate, and otherwise achieve their best futures. Most of our students are low-income (90%), minority (95%), and/or former dropout (80%) youth. Attendance increases by 16% in schools where we have video classes; evaluations indicate that 83% of program alumni feel "inspired to finish high school," and 92% feel "inspired to go to college" as a result of our on-site programs.

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