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Beyond Charity: Nonprofit Business in Montgomery County, MD

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Beyond Charity: Nonprofit Business in Montgomery County, MDBeyond Charity: Nonprofit Business in Montgomery County, MDBeyond Charity: Nonprofit Business in Montgomery County, MDBeyond Charity: Nonprofit Business in Montgomery County, MD
PARTNER: Nonprofit Montgomery
PROJECT TYPE: Print Design | Report
OTHER TAGS: QR Code

Beyond Charity was originally a published report by the Nonprofit Roundtable examining the impact of nonprofits in Washington DC.  Following a similar format, Nonprofit Montgomery (a Nonprofit Roundtable affiliate) published Beyond Charity Mongomery County, which looks at the impact that nonprofits make in Montgomery County, MD.

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Mar 7, 2013

Testimonial

The Beyond Charity report looks terrific, both in print and as a PDF, which is important because this piece was designed with electronic distribution in mind. As a writer, I especially appreciate that the report is visually engaging, which makes it a more effective tool for communicating information to a variety of stakeholders. The words and the design work hand in hand, and the design is both attractive and functional, giving readers important cues and multiple entry points into a necessarily text-heavy document. Great design like this makes my job easier and more rewarding -- and as always, it was a pleasure working with CEDC!

  –Amy Southerland, Writer & Communications Consultant, Word Honey

I just wanted to take a moment to convey my sincere appreciation for the simply wonderful job you did with the layout and creative formatting of the Beyond Charity: Nonprofit Business in Montgomery County, MD report. The report "looks" just grand, (because of you!) ... I have heard about your terrific work over the years, and I feel lucky to have had the opportunity to see your talent connected to a project I hold near and dear ... [T]hanks so much for both your commitment to the project and your flexibility in working with tight time lines and many people offering feedback.  In the end, I think we can all be proud of what we have created.  Many Thanks.

  –Sharon Friedman, Consultant, Nonprofit Montgomery (a Nonprofit Roundtable Affiliate)