Partnership Proposal Presentation

Help Changing Perceptions create a well-structured presentation that highlights the mutual value of partnering with the organization for prospective corporations or organizations.
Changing Perceptions
Washington, DC, USA
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Washington, DC, USA


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Posted October 24th

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What we need
  • A new partnership proposal presentation, or an update of an existing proposal in Powerpoint, Keynote, Google Slides, Prezi, or another presentation software
  • Best practices and tactics for structuring an effective partnership proposal
Additional details

We are in search of a dedicated volunteer who can assist us in crafting an outstanding Partnership Proposal Presentation. This presentation will highlight how our organization is ideally positioned to receive backing to enhance our programs and services to our community members with mentorship, job training, and placement, case management, and flex funds to support those facing financial difficulties during their transition from incarceration to society. We welcome any help at this time.

What we have in place
  • We currently have mission statement and templates, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have data metrics, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How this will help
This project will save us $4,828 , allowing us to Increase the number of individuals who can benefit from mentorship and job training programs. Enhance our case management system to provide more personalized support. Increase our flex funds.

This support is instrumental in expanding our reach and increasing our resources, enabling us to serve more incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals with essential human services. Ultimately, this call for help plays a significant role in achieving Changing Perceptions' goals of reducing recidivism, promoting reintegration, and empowering our beneficiaries.

Project plan

Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Existing partnership proposals (if applicable)
  • Specific elements to be included in the proposal, such as data, graphics, images, or key brand messaging
  • Organizational background materials helpful in crafting the pitch, such as mission and vision, annual report, or other fundraising or communication materials
Milestone 1: Brainstorm
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager discuss the goals, intended audience, and desired length of the presentation
Milestone 2: Outline
  • Professional outlines the new pitch to convey overall presentation arc, slides to be included, and important supporting elements
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback, which Professional incorporates
Milestone 3: Final Deliverable
  • Professional delivers a final draft of the presentation, along with notes to help guide presentation delivery
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About the org

Changing Perceptions
Posted by
Monte P.

Executive Director

Our mission

Changing Perceptions is a nonprofit human services organization established in 2015 to provide direct services to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals in the phases of pre-release and reentry.

Our mission is to ensure the smooth reintegration and success of returning citizens in the Washington metropolitan area through hands-on and authentic mentoring, guidance, training, networking, and other supports and referrals to needed services.


Toby is a highly experienced professional. I had one conversation with her about my project requirements, and that was enough for Toby to complete the job in record time. I was pleasantly surprised by the quick turnaround time and the quality of work. Interestingly, Toby had previously worked for the same company and in the same industry I am targeting, which made my project request easier for her. If you're looking for someone who can deliver quality work and has a good understanding of the project requirements, I highly recommend contacting Toby.
Monte P.
Monte P.

Executive Director

Partnership Proposal Presentation Project

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