BLT Chopped Salad with Corn, Feta + Avocado - BLT Chopped Salad
This BLT chopped salad is the best summer salad! Filled with sweet summer corn, feta and chopped avocado, it's an incredible lunch.
Chicken Tortilla Soup
This Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe is loaded with shredded chicken, vegetables, tortilla strips and spices in a tasty tomato broth.
Warby Parker, A Year In Review - Interactive Infographic Annual Report
Eyewear company Warby Parker created a beautiful interactive infographic as their annual report. via Ellie Rountree
A Great Nonprofit Annual Report in a Fabulous Infographic - Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog
We love showcasing what I like to call “New and Improved” annual reports from our readers. I think the time of the 40+ page annual report is over and we should focus on our donors and what they actually want. Bonus: That’s also a lot easier for you to produce! Our recent submission is from…
Red Wine Braised Short Ribs
Red Wine Braised Short Ribs it an easy, yet impressive dinner! They cook low and slow and result in fall-apart-tender meat in a rich delicious sauce!
2012 Annual Report
You can view this at: www.fairhavenchurch.org/annual_report Goal: Annual Report Audience: All Church Direction: None Given Other important info: Big group effort on this project, including Jeff Clark, Josh Dufford, Mike Rall and Brent Thurston.
Postcard Annual Report - Great Example of How It Can Work - Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog
It’s been several years now since I first suggested in my nonprofit annual reports webinars that a postcard was the perfect format for many a nonprofit annual report. I’m so excited to see the idea taking hold, and love hearing stories like this one from today’s guest blogger, Tim Smith, who volunteers his communications and…
Our 2012 annual report is rolling off the presses as I type this, and we are thrilled to share our success in the form of an infographic again this year. It’s amazing to see the growth we experienced in 2012, with more than $550 million in new contributions and assets totaling more than $1.6 billion at year-end. Of course, we can’t take the credit. It’s our generous donors who prove year after year that Kansas City is a center for charitable giving, and 2013 should be no different.