We were recently in Adelaide co-hosting Pitch for Good Adelaide with Adelaide City Council, our live-pitching-meets-crowdfunding model which we’ve previously run in Melbourne and Parramatta.
Pitch for Good is a showcase of great local social enterprises, in this case three ventures graduating from Adelaide’s Social Venture Incubator, and serves as the launch for their crowdfunding campaigns on StartSomeGood. Attendees got to allocate their ticket fee towards the enterprise(s) of their choice and these funds were matched by Open State, for which we are very grateful. Thanks also to Adelaide City Council and to Lord Mayor Martin Haese for his address on the night, Moira Deslandes for her logistical and promotional support and to everyone who came along on the night.
Now it’s up to you! All three ventures have tipping points beyond what was raised on the night and are seeking the support they need to launch or expand. Their models serve refugees, under-employed women and later-career entrepreneurs using biking, food and co-working, so please chip in to the one that speaks to you most!
Harvest Fair is a social enterprise which uses the power of good food to advance gender equity in Australia.
Spreading the benefit of cycling to those in need.
The Catalyst Collaborative Coworking Community – A place and space to make business happen!
We are looking forward to more Pitch for Good events in more places next year so if you want to bring Pitch for Good to your town please get in touch!