Teen Leaders
2009 Annual Report
(make title slide clean
and clear, because it will
be the icon that
represents the file
on...
(demonstration of the problem or need)




Jamal, Stacey, and Maura hated school, fought with their
families, and believed...
(accomplishment #1)
    • Jamal and 57 other boys like
      him joined our after-school
      chess program . . . More on...
(accomplishment #2)
    • Stacey and 33 other 15- and
      16-year-old girls completed
      our “Becoming a
      Strong...
(accomplishment #3)
    • Maura and 85 other 13-year-
      old girls participated in our
      “Math Smarts” tutoring
   ...
(donor or volunteer profile)

           Pat, a vice president at Local Bank, spends
           one hour a week working wi...
(more highlights)
• Something else here
• Something else here
• Something else here




                        Caption qu...
(financials)
(wrap with call to action slide)
• Give $20/month on your
  credit or debit card to
  sponsor one teen.
• Volunteer one ho...
Contacting Teen Leaders
•   Phone
•   Email
•   Facebook
•   Etc.
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A quick and easy template for how a nonprofit could put together a 10-slide annual report. Created for a webinar on "Quickie Annual Reports"

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Teen Leaders Annual Report Template

  1. 1. Teen Leaders 2009 Annual Report (make title slide clean and clear, because it will be the icon that represents the file online)
  2. 2. (demonstration of the problem or need) Jamal, Stacey, and Maura hated school, fought with their families, and believed their futures held little other than jail, pregnancy, public assistance or even death.
  3. 3. (accomplishment #1) • Jamal and 57 other boys like him joined our after-school chess program . . . More on the difference it’s made in their lives.
  4. 4. (accomplishment #2) • Stacey and 33 other 15- and 16-year-old girls completed our “Becoming a Strong, Successful Woman” program . . . Difference it made for Stacey and others, etc.
  5. 5. (accomplishment #3) • Maura and 85 other 13-year- old girls participated in our “Math Smarts” tutoring program, building their confidence in math and science classes, etc.
  6. 6. (donor or volunteer profile) Pat, a vice president at Local Bank, spends one hour a week working with teen girls like Kerry, showing her how math skills she learns now will help balance her household budget and save for the things she wants in the future, etc. . . .
  7. 7. (more highlights) • Something else here • Something else here • Something else here Caption quickly telling about this child’s success story . . .
  8. 8. (financials)
  9. 9. (wrap with call to action slide) • Give $20/month on your credit or debit card to sponsor one teen. • Volunteer one hour a week in the tutoring program. • Etc. John donates $200 per month, sponsoring 10 teens.
  10. 10. Contacting Teen Leaders • Phone • Email • Facebook • Etc.

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