How to develop the perfect pitch for funders
The third sector has the potential to change the world making a positive impacts and improving lives. In the current economic climate there is less funding available so you need to make sure your pitch stands out.
About this course:
A step by step guide to creating the perfect pitch with supporting handouts and an industry standard template to use and reuse time and again. The perfect course to help you change the world, support your clients and recruit ambassadors.
This is a course for people who want to make a real difference to the environment and their local communities. A course for people who need to pitch to funders for money or influence change makers to enable their goals to be met.
Stand out from the crowd by avoiding the common mistakes most people make when pitching. The course gives you valuable insight and information about pitching. Step-by-step, the course takes you through each of the stages you needed to create the perfect pitch.
The course also has a number of resources and tools to keep your pitching perfect.
The 5 modules with supporting videos and a pitching template will take you through the process of developing your perfect pitch and increasing your success rate.
What are the requirements?
The desire and motivation to deliver great pitches to funders. The desire to increase the success rate of your organisation when pitching for funds. The key principles of pitch construction and delivery are explained on the course so no prior knowledge is needed. Students need to be able to open pdf files and run videos
What am I going to get from this course?
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you will:
- Be able to articulate what funders want from a pitch
- Have constructed your first perfect pitch
- Learn about some of the visual aids you can use to support your pitch
- Know that you are the most important visual aid
- Show you 2 successful third sector pitches
- Have several useful handouts to use in future pitching.
What is the target audience?
- Anyone wanting to be more effective when pitching for funding.
- Anyone wanting to improve their organisations social impact.
- Anyone wanting to see a real difference in their communities.
- Anyone wanting to influence in support of their cause.
- Anyone wanting to learn something new and exciting.
- The course is suited to all abilities.
What clients said
“This course has everything you need to know about pitching with manageable units, helpful case studies and some highly useful supporting materials to help you apply the content to your own circumstances.It takes the anxiety out of what can be a daunting process, by providing solid advice on content and presentation. Terry comes across as a real person with her own invaluable insights and practical experience to share, rather than just another slick marketing guru. Highly recommended.” Margaret P. Leeds 2019
Instructor: Terry King OBE
Following a very successful career in the UK Civil Service Terry became the classic olderpreneur, co-founding Chapter 3 Enterprise, a not for profit company at age 60 and has since gone on to set up 3 other companies, including another not for profit all aimed at utilising her considerable skills to help others. She acknowledges that much of her success is down to working with great teams where she uses her skills to lead and motivate and so deliver great outcomes. Volunteers form an essential part of the delivery of her third sector work and are a welcome addition to Chapter 3.
She is an acknowledged expert on enterprise particularly as it concerns the over 50’s appearing regularly on local radio to discuss current issues including mature enterprise, mature unemployment and age discrimination
Her passion for enterprise extends to supporting the Jitpurphedi Women’s Agricultural Cooperative in Nepal. where she raised £70,000 to support the construction of an Enterprise Centre in Kathmandu.
Terry has presented at the highest levels in the UK including to HRH the Prince of Wales and Secretaries of State for Social Security. She has presented to HM Armed Forces in Hong Kong, Cyrus and Northern Ireland and other forums. She has pitched for and won funding worth tens of thousands of pounds including a year in an enterprise support centre, personal awards to travel abroad and money to support a Women’s Agricultural Cooperative in Nepal.
In 2002 she was awarded her OBE.