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AMPED! Turns 1: The A-List

Posted by Michael Castle

AMPED hit your devices a year ago. To celebrate, we've collected the stories YOU chose as the most moving, most clickable and shareable from every issue. See if you can guess the blue-ribbon champ! Read More »

2017 Philanthropy Outcomes Report

Posted by Emily Reitman

Measuring our impact is only possible with the generous participation of our SVP Affiliates. Get the latest edition of our biennial Philanthropy Outcomes Report. Read More »

SVP Portland’s Impact Pact

Posted by Michael Castle

There’s a rumbling in my belly, and I’ve heard the same from many of you. This is how CEO Mark Holloway addressed SVP Portland’s Partnership in September of 2010, in an unusually pointed address about the future of their Affiliate. At the time, SVP Portland was on the cusp of its 10-year anniversary. It had come of age focusing its […] Read More »

Summit Keynote Speaker Announced!

Posted by Cathy Lehman

Philanthropic sector game-changer Dr. Gail C. Christoper just became our first-confirmed keynote speaker at next spring's SVP Global Summit. Learn more about her and get ready for the kickoff — early bird registration opens next week! Read More »

Like Lightning!

Posted by Emily Reitman

While much of the work we do at our SVPs is really, REALLY hard, not all of it has to be. Check out this time-saving app from Salesforce — for Outlook or Gmail — to up your affiliate organization's records game! Read More »

SVP + Giving Compass

Posted by Michael Castle

SVP International has partnered with Giving Compass, a new technology powering impact philanthropy everywhere, thanks to a catalytic grant from our friends at the Raikes Foundation. Giving Compass is a first-of-its-kind portal that makes smarter philanthropy easier Read More »

2017 SVPI Board of Directors’ Election

Posted by Tim Schottman

When I took on the role of CEO a little over a year ago I was well aware that one of the most critical elements for success at any organization is a talented and committed governing board. It should be no surprise that the SVPI Board has been an honor to work with, and Read More »