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  • Welcome to the Notes section of this presentation, developed to give each Program the background needed to customize the PPT for each pitch. IMPORTANT: Please increase the size of the Notes window so that you can read all the information below. The following is an overview deck created for Healthy Athletes that can be utilized by Programs to secure gifts from corporations and other donors. You likely won’t ever present or print out all of the slides to this deck but rather use elements that make the most sense when speaking to your prospect/donor. Your first step is to localize the information in this deck so it can be customized to your Program and your market. A version of Powerpoint 2007 or higher is required to change the charts and graphics. You can then use your localized deck to support any corporate partnership/sponsorship sales opportunities, which could include event sponsorship, initiative sponsorship, cause marketing or employee engagement. Feel free to include additional local details or images that tell the story of your Program. On this title slide, be sure to update and include the following: DATE, MONTH & YEAR, NAME OF COMPANY YOU ARE PRESENTING TO “PREPARED FOR XXXX” YOUR NAME & TITLE LOGO OF THE COMPANY YOU ARE PRESENTING TO For the content slides in the rest of the deck you will note there are placeholder boxes for your program logo and the logo of the company you are presenting to. To insert your program logo and the logo of the company you are pitching on these content slides, simply go to the “VIEW” menu and select “MASTER” and then “SLIDE MASTER”. Click on the third slide master slide in the navigation panel. Add the logo for your program and that of the company you are presenting to. Try to keep the logos within the outline of the grey boxes. Once you have placed the logos, delete the grey boxes and return to the standard view mode by closing out of the master view. TIP: If you’ve pulled a logo from a Web site, we recommend saving it onto your hard drive somewhere (right click the logo on the Internet, go to “Save Picture A”s to somewhere on your hard drive or Desktop). Back in Powerpoint, go to Insert – Picture – From File and find the logo you just saved. This may cut down on file size.
  • Use this section as part of a personal dialogue with your donor/prospect. Ask them to put themselves into this picture. How would they feel? Could they imagine having to see a doctor that does not have the adequate training to treat their or their child’s condition? Statistic: From SOI research and DECADE OF ACTION report page 37
  • Use this page and the previous pages to create awareness and a sense of urgency for this important healthcare issue/ Make your donor care about the importance of this cause. INFORMATION FROM SCOPE OF HEALTH 9-3 DOCUMENT
  • STATISTICS: SOI   
  • Talk about how Healthy Athletes developed as an offshoot of Special Olympics. This was not the original mission of the organization, but once it was discovered that the health and wellness needs of athletes were not being addressed, Special Olympics stepped up to the plate.
  • The engine that drives Healthy Athletes are the healthcare specialists that donate their time to serve the needs of Special Olympics athletes. Talk about how health screenings are conducted primarily at Games which provides good visibility opportunity for a corporation. DATA FROM SOI INITIATIVES HEALTHY ATHLETES 9-3
  • The engine that drives Healthy Athletes are the healthcare specialists that donate their time to serve the needs of Special Olympics athletes. Talk about how health screenings are conducted primarily at Games which provides good visibility opportunity for a corporation. DATA FROM SOI INITIATIVES HEALTHY ATHLETES 9-3
  • The engine that drives Healthy Athletes are the healthcare specialists that donate their time to serve the needs of Special Olympics athletes. Talk about how health screenings are conducted primarily at Games which provides good visibility opportunity for a corporation. DATA FROM SOI INITIATIVES HEALTHY ATHLETES 9-3
  • The engine that drives Healthy Athletes are the healthcare specialists that donate their time to serve the needs of Special Olympics athletes. Talk about how health screenings are conducted primarily at Games which provides good visibility opportunity for a corporation. DATA FROM SOI INITIATIVES HEALTHY ATHLETES 9-3
  • The engine that drives Healthy Athletes are the healthcare specialists that donate their time to serve the needs of Special Olympics athletes. Talk about how health screenings are conducted primarily at Games which provides good visibility opportunity for a corporation. DATA FROM SOI INITIATIVES HEALTHY ATHLETES 9-3
  • The engine that drives Healthy Athletes are the healthcare specialists that donate their time to serve the needs of Special Olympics athletes. Talk about how health screenings are conducted primarily at Games which provides good visibility opportunity for a corporation. DATA FROM SOI INITIATIVES HEALTHY ATHLETES 9-3
  • Talk about how Healthy Athletes is a great program for volunteer engagement and participation for those who work outside of healthcare as well. If you are speaking to a local non healthcare-related corporation, talk about how opportunities abound for on the ground participation with the Healthy Athletes program at the Games in your Program.
  • Talk about how Healthy Athletes is a great program for volunteer engagement and participation for those who work outside of healthcare as well. If you are speaking to a local non healthcare-related corporation, talk about how opportunities abound for on the ground participation with the Healthy Athletes program at the Games in your Program.
  • These next several slides paint a picture of a Special Olympics athlete seeking healthcare. It tells a vivid story that will likely have impact. If you have stories/anecdotes of local Special Olympics athletes, feel free to swap out or include within your talking points.
  • Talk about how Healthy Athletes is a great program for volunteer engagement and participation for those who work outside of healthcare as well. If you are speaking to a local non healthcare-related corporation, talk about how opportunities abound for on the ground participation with the Healthy Athletes program at the Games in your Program.
  • Talk about how Healthy Athletes is a great program for volunteer engagement and participation for those who work outside of healthcare as well. If you are speaking to a local non healthcare-related corporation, talk about how opportunities abound for on the ground participation with the Healthy Athletes program at the Games in your Program.
  • Talk about how Healthy Athletes is a great program for volunteer engagement and participation for those who work outside of healthcare as well. If you are speaking to a local non healthcare-related corporation, talk about how opportunities abound for on the ground participation with the Healthy Athletes program at the Games in your Program.
  • This page should be customized. Try to be as specific as possible with the number of athletes you hope you reach (as mentioned on the previous page the current gap in healthcare within your Program.) What are you specifically using Healthy Athletes funding to achieve?
  • This is a global statistic that includes U.S. figure. Talk about excellent return on investment!

Special olympics  2011 Special olympics 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • Building Bridges Support for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Worldwide David Evangelista, Senior Director of Multilateral Relations, Special Olympics, Inc.
  • Background Special Olympics
  • ONE WOMAN’S VISION Eunice Kennedy Shriver CHANGED THE WORLD for the better like few others in history. With A VISION ALL HER OWN , she saw beyond every horizon to create new opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities.  
  • To provide YEAR-ROUND SPORTS TRAINING and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them CONTINUING OPPORTUNITIES TO DEVELOP physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a SHARING OF GIFTS, SKILLS AND FRIENDSHIP with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. THE MISSION OF SPECIAL OLYMPICS
  • Approximately 2% OF THE GLOBAL POPULATION or almost 200 MILLION PEOPLE have intellectual disabilities, making it ONE OF THE LARGEST DISABILITY POPULATIONS in the world. THE NEED
  • GLOBAL SNAP SHOT
  • SPECIAL NEEDS INDIVIDUALS ARE STIGMATIZED AND EXCLUDED FROM HEALTH CARE
      • 66% of Special Olympics athletes have not had an eye exam in 3 years.
  • Program designed to provide global vision care for people with intellectual disabilities, and provides specialized training for eye care professionals worldwide WHAT IS OPENING EYES?
  •  
  • DESCRIPTION -OPENING EYES
    • The mission of Opening Eyes is to improve the quality of vision care with intellectual disabilities
    • Opening Eyes is implemented worldwide through a global partnership shared between Special Olympics and Lions Clubs International
    • Opening Eyes screening events are made possible through the teamwork between clinical professionals and Lions Clubs volunteers
  • LIONS CLUBS VOLUNTEERS
    • THEY PROVIDE:
    • Qualified Volunteer Teams
    • Community Leadership
    • Dedication
    • Social Support
    LIONS ARE AN ESSENTIAL PART OF SPECIAL OLYMPICS LIONS CLUB INTERNATIONAL OPENING EYES ( SOLCIOE ) screenings
  • LIONS CLUBS ROLES
    • Visual Acuity Pointers
    • Refraction Assistant
    • Color Vision Tests
    • Near Visual Acuity
    • Stereopsis
    • Athlete Registration
  • QUALITY VISION CARE PRESCRIPTION EYE GLASSES PROTECTIVE SPORTS GOGGLES DESIGNER SUN GLASSES SPECIALIZED CLINICAL TRAINING EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT FOLLOW UP TREATMENTS AND SERVICES COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION A Partnership Design
  • Opening Eyes Global Partners Global Partner of Special Olympics Exclusive Global Supplier of Frames/Sunglasses Exclusive Global Supplier of Ophthalmic Lenses Exclusive Global Supplier of Protective Sports Goggles
  • Opening Eyes: A Global Presence 1991 EVENTS 1995-1999 EVENTS 2000 EVENTS 2001 EVENTS 1991-2003 EVENTS 1999-2005 EVENTS 2007 EVENTS
  • 2010 Europe Eurasia Games WARSAW, POLAND
  • WORLD SUMMER GAMES- GREECE ATHENS, GREECE
  • WORLD SUMMER GAMES - GREECE ATHENS, GREECE 120 LIONS VOLUNTEERS PARTICIPATED IN WORLD SUMMER GAMES !!!!
  • WORLD SUMMER GAMES- GREECE ATHENS, GREECE “ It’s amazing he was even walking around” Hicham Novara, a swimmer from Morocco competing at World Games
  • THE VISION
  • SPECIAL OLYMPICS – LIONS CLUBS MULTIPLE DISTRICTS NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
  • SPECIAL OLYMPICS – LIONS CLUBS MULTIPLE DISTRICTS PARTNERSHIP WITH MD322, INDIA
  • SERVICE THROUGH COMMITMENT
  • LIONS CLUBS LEADERS IN SERVICE “ Leadership and learning are indispensable to eachother. ” John F. Kennedy
  • Moments of Excellence
      • Lions Clubs all over the world make this possible.
  • GLOBAL IMPACT - 2012 Special Olympics Korea Invitational Winter Games- Pyeong Chang, Korea - 2012 Special Olympics Africa Regional Football Tournament- South Africa - Opening Eyes Implementation Sunshine Rehabilitation Homes – People´s Republic of China
    • New Country Development –
    • Opening Eyes Global Expansion
    • - Early Childhood Intervention through
    • Opening Eyes programming
    GLOBAL IMPACT
  • LIONS CLUBS ON A GLOBAL STAGE 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games, Korea 2014 Special Olympics European Regional Games – Belgium 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • 2012 Partnership Excitement Opening Eyes Across Europe Eurasia Special Olympics Germany National Games (May) Special Olympics Italia National Games (June) Special Olympics Central Asian Games (Astana, Kaz) Special Olympics Nederlands National Games (June) Special Olympics Malta National Games (September) Special Olympics Switzerland National Games (March)
  • We Serve- and make a difference! OPENING EYES ®
  • Thank You LIONS CLUBS!