How do we build the foundations for a positive future?

We focus our impact work on (a) essential grand challenges for our global human community (especially sustainability and migration), and (b) keystone impact areas that we think will unlock solutions and transformative efforts in all other global challenge areas and SDGs (culture/mindsets, education, and public sector transformation/reform/innovation and governance/citizen engagement).

We work to connect our efforts across the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) and other challenges to have some link to those impact priorities, directly or indirectly.

Our experience in these efforts goes back decades, and we’ve worked with prominent global partners including UNICEF, the UK Government, the UN Global Forum on Migration and Development, and many others.

We also focus heavily on supporting marginalized, vulnerable, and under-represented populations, including youth, women, migrants/refugees, and people from marginalized communities, especially outside of main cities and innovation hubs, and in conflict, post-conflict, and developing communities.

Pitchworthy's 5 Impact Priorities


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We are strong believers in the need to address the issues outlined the Sustainable Development Goals, while at the same time understanding and addressing the root causes of those challenges.


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Our work in these fields is in active development, and we welcome collaborations and support on these efforts. If you have any questions or feedback, please contact us.



Testimonials

Thank you Pitchworthy team, My project went a long way. At the beginning, it was an abstract idea. Now it’s very grounded in the user’s needs and problems, and it is very tangible now.
— Startup Scouts entrepreneur
This program has been a big help for me. Something I never told anyone about is my fear of public speaking [...] I gave feedback and helped a lot of people, and a lot helped me too, and this is amazing, the community is very friendly and helpful. I never thought I could improve that much from an online program.
— Early-stage startup
I didn’t just progress 1% everyday, I probably progressed like 50% everyday. I got better myself as a person in different aspects. My business model also changed a lot to the better.
— First-time founder