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FAQ

What is a “fast pitch”?
A “fast pitch” is a high-energy, quick-fire presentation where nonprofit leaders share the mission, vision, promise, and model of their organization – all in under three minutes! Presenters must be succinct, compelling, polished, and passionate. Unrestricted cash grants and prizes will be awarded at the Fast Pitch main event by the audience and key sponsors.

Who can apply for Fast Pitch 2024?
While we still believe in the great work of our entire nonprofit community, we have shifted our focus to directly support the organizations poised to make the most significant impact in Southern Arizona. The application period is now closed.

What is a Fast Pitch Event?
Fast Pitch is a community event that will stir your soul! 8 nonprofit leaders share their ‘fast pitch’ stories, take their shot at $100,000, and gain donations from a global audience of social change makers. Learn more about the Main Event.
 

When is the Fast Pitch Main Event?

The Main Event will be on Tuesday, March 26th, 2024 at 7 pm at the Fox Theatre in Downtown Tucson. Be sure to join our mailing list, or follow us on FacebookInstagram, or LinkedIn. Learn more about the Main Event.
 

Who should attend the Fast Pitch Main Event?
You! Anyone interested in learning about and supporting the social sector in Southern Arizona. The event will bring together people from the business, government, academic and nonprofit worlds who want to support a vibrant ecosystem of social change in Tucson. Anyone who seeks to contribute their skills, expertise, finances, and connections in ways that contribute to building stronger nonprofit organizations is encouraged to attend. Tickets will be available for purchase in November 2023.
 

How can I support Fast Pitch?
There are many ways to show your support for Fast Pitch. Become a sponsor, get involved, or attend the Main Event!
 

Who organizes Fast Pitch?
Social Venture Partners Tucson produces the Fast Pitch program. Staff work in partnership with our volunteer Fast Pitch Coordinating Committee to make the program a success. Learn more about why our work matters.

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