Learn how to present your project in a compelling way that inspires people to contribute their time or money in your cause. This toolkit shows you how to design a presentation to give to potential investors or supporters. hone in on key facts people will want to know. Follow these simple...

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Use this as a template for developing your pitch to presenters described in Perfect Your Pitch.

 

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Learn to identify what makes some messages "travel" better than others. Some stories go viral and capture the attention of the public unexpected ways. Learn how to tell a story that inspires people to share with their networks. There are some simple rules that make your message stick....

Charles Tsai

A common challenge for social entrepreneurs is demonstrating to investors or volunteers that their investments and efforts are being well spent. Learn how to prove you are making a difference by identifying and measuring outcomes. Measuring and tracking progress toward your outcomes will help...

Charles Tsai

Learn how to capture the media’s attention by creating content yourself. It is difficult to stand out when your project is competing in the flood of media with stories about natural disasters, bank robberies or missing children. Learn how to create a video press release that captures the...

Charles Tsai

This toolkit outlines the essential elements of a short video that describes your organization. In it is a checklist that itemizes key components of a short but effective video documentary that tells your audience what you do and why.

 

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Learn how to identify the primary causes of a complex problem. Asking questions is essential for uncovering underlying reasons for a why something is occurring. This toolkit guides the reader through a simple process of establishing root cause. Knowing the root cause is essential in order...

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This toolkit presents a selection of good practices and provides instructions and guidelines to grantees to monitor and report on project implementation progress and to self-evaluate project outcomes. The guide will help project teams to:

 

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A blog (or weblog) is an online journal written by a person or a group with frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and links to media, such as pictures, music or video clips, as well as other websites. It looks like a website, with the difference that readers can write (...

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This toolkit offers six strategies — habits — that a social entrepreneur can use to make sure that his or her project is successful where others have failed.

 

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