We are delighted to announce our latest selection of Partner Charities who have started their journeys on the Pilotlight Programme.
Pilotlight Support Manager, Georges Lebreton, says:
“We’re really excited to announce these new Partner Charities. The Pilotlight Programme is a great opportunity for these charities to become more efficient, effective and sustainable by opening themselves up to our teams of Pilotlighters who, with their external eye, will be able to provide strategic support and guidance.”
The charities are joining over 600 other organisations who have benefitted from the Pilotlight Programme over the years. After working with Pilotlight, 98% of charity CEOs said they had increased confidence in their role and 93% had increased their leadership skills. Two years after the Programme charities report they are reaching on average 52% more people and generating 36% more income.
The Programme itself offers 10 months of facilitated coaching from four volunteer senior business mentors (we call them Pilotlighters), supported by a dedicated Pilotlight Project Manager and is free of charge. Teams meet monthly in our central London office and each project is tailored to the strategic challenges each organisation is facing.
The latest Pilotlight Partner Charities are:
- 999 Club
- The Avenues Youth Project
- Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC)
- Citizens Advice Swansea Neath Port Talbot
- Cornwall Rural Community Charity (CRCC)
- Croydon Mencap
- Enfield Voluntary Action
- KingsCare League of Friends
- One Community Development Trust
- Pathway Project
- Pyramid of Arts
- QPR in the Community Trust
More charities will be announced soon, if you’d like to apply please see our Pilotlight Programme page.