FREE RESOURCE: Canva.com

Non-profits can take advantage of free resources like Canva.com for creating logos, posters, headers, presentations, Facebook covers, Instagram and Twitter posts, business cards and more. There are free templates, backgrounds, frames, photos, illustrations, animated posts and so much more. You can pay for special photos or illustrations – a buck a piece – but all the photos I copied into the frame below were free.

This grid and all these Fall inspired photos are free at Canva.com. IMAGE The Volunteer News PHOTOS Canva

You can add shapes and choose the transparency. Add text.

. IMAGE The Volunteer News PHOTOS Canva

Canva let’s you change background.

. IMAGE The Volunteer News PHOTOS Canva

Canva provides loads of fonts and allows you to choose transparencies of images and shapes you choose.

. IMAGE The Volunteer News PHOTOS Canva

Save your photo (jpg, png and pdf options) and then put it in one of dozens of frames. Canva allows you to upload any image and use it with their features.

. IMAGE The Volunteer News PHOTOS Canva

Canva.com is a free resource for everyone.

I can’t talk about Canva and not mention that kids LOVE playing around with Canva.com.

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