I'd recommend just getting a designer on Fiverr. There are lots of solid/cheap options on there (starting at $5) and then you don't have to spend your time fiddling with design tools. You can try hiring a few different ones and develop a relationship with somebody for future design projects. They'll probably be able to create something that looks less "template-y" and a bit more unique than a tool would give you.
Infographics are a great way to present information in an interesting manner, and luckily, there are many free platforms that make it easy even for non-graphic designers to make them.
Canva tops most lists of graphic design tools for creating infographics, for good reason. You don’t need any formal design training to use it. It includes templates and is intuitive even for beginners. The drag-and-drop format is really easy to use, and the templates are conveniently designed to have the right dimensions for different media forms.
Canva only charges you to buy stock photos through them, or to use the more advanced features. However, you almost certainly won’t need those features anytime soon while creating basic infographics, so for the vast majority of users, it’s always free.
Adobe Spark combines a few of Adobe’s tools with new features to make an easy resource for all kinds of content. There are lots of infographic templates to choose from, and you can pick images from the included Creative Commons library. And yes, it’s all free. As long as you’re okay with having an Adobe watermark in the lower right corner of your infographics, this is a great choice.
Like most of the options on this list,
Easel.ly has both a free version and a paid version. Unless you want to make really elaborate designs, you can get far with the free version.
Use the built-in themes to create different kinds of infographics. The free version requires you to use your own photos, which typically just means you’ll use stock photos from other free sources like Pixabay.
Piktochart has been around longer than most of the other tools on this list. It says something good that the software is still going strong.
The free version doesn’t offer many templates, but that’s just about the only negative thing to say about Piktochart. Although it doesn’t have the widest variety of options, what it does have is well-organized and easy to use.
Venngage is often said to be similar to Canva. This tool also helpfully organizes its templates into topics. For example, you can pick a geographical one or a timeline one. This makes it much easier to sift through all the different templates offered by the free version.
Finally, Snappa is one of the best free options if you don’t need to make infographics very often. With the free version, you can download up to five images each month. The tool includes photos, fonts, patterns, and more to help you make gorgeous infographics. But if you need to make and download them more often, you’ll have to pay for it. (Since the Pro plan is only $12 a month, this actually isn’t too painful.)