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Nonprofit Communication Plan Timeline - Infographic Template

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Nonprofit Communication Plan Timeline - Infographic Template

Create a visual story out of your nonprofit’s project plans using this nonprofit communication plan timeline infographic template.

Plans can often be quite difficult to explain, but with the help of visual storytelling, compelling a broad range of audience in a short time is easier than ever. Use this nonprofit communication plan timeline to engage an audience in your cause, produce a convincing information hub and take a step forward in bringing about change through your work.   

Fine tune the template using customized colors, fonts and logo. If you’re creating the infographic on the fly, use our vast library of icons, add new blocks, experiment with stats, figures and charts and create a quick and efficient infographic

The completed infographic can be downloaded in formats such as PDF, HTML5, PPTX, JPG or PNG to be combined with your other digital or printable contents. You can also generate a shareable link for this infographic to link with your online content or embed the infographic on webpages.

Click on the button below to start working with this infographic template. If you’d like to reconsider your idea and try something different, check our different categories of infographic templates and start creating compelling infographics.

Nonprofit Communication Plan Timeline - Infographic Template Specifications:

  • Dimensions:
    Tall (Can be stretched to virtually any desired height to fit your content needs)
  • Customizable:
    This infographic template can be fully customized. You can edit content, change image(s), apply custom colors, add or remove content blocks and apply your own color theme.
  • Formats:
    The infographic Can be shared as public or private link (with or without a password), embedded to a site or blog, or downloaded as JPG, PNG, PDF or HTML5.