Pitching content webinars

Our project team will provide more detail about submitting a pitch for content and will answer questions you may have.

In this webinar, we’ll tell you about pitching content to us for the Stroke Foundation Young Stroke Project. You’ll also be able to ask us questions about pitching content and the next steps. Pitching content is an opportunity to be paid to deliver content for the Young Stroke Project.

What is this all about?

We’re looking for stroke survivors, their partners, families, carers and friends to share stories and experiences and to explore ideas about recovery. This is an opportunity to create content that will inspire others, using the knowledge and skills you’ve built in your recovery to make the path a little easier for others. If you have an idea about a blog, article, podcast or video, you can find out more about how to pitch content.

Want to get in touch with us? Send us an email at youngstrokeproject@strokefoundation.org.au

Speakers

  • Saran Chamberlain – Project Coordinator, Young Stroke Project
  • Katherine David – Project Coordinator, Young Stroke Project
  • Toni Arfaras – Young Stroke Survivor
  • Beverly Ridley – Project Coordinator, Young Stroke Project

In this webinar

  • Discuss questions we have received from people submitting a content pitch
  • Go through the process for pitching content
  • Ask the panel a question

Register for the free webinars

There will be 2 webinars available to allow more people to attend. Both webinars will cover the same topic so you do not have to attend both.

Young Stroke Project webinar – Pitching content

When: February 8, 2021
Time: 04:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney


Young Stroke Project webinar – Pitching content

When: February 11, 2021
Time:
10:30 AM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney