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Social Venture Partners: we connect Boston’s most promising nonprofits with the money and minds to fuel their success.
Our Nonprofits: a carefully selected portfolio of small and mid-sized nonprofits having extraordinary impact and with the potential to have much more.
Our Partners: a network of smart, engaged philanthropists who want to give money and much more: their mind power and their time.
Social Venture Partners Boston is excited to announce the addition of Jennifer Gilbert of North Cambridge, Marva Serotkin of Newton, and Tim Smith of Jamaica Plain to its Board of Directors. Read More »
After a rigorous vetting process, SVP Boston has selected Union Capital Boston as our latest Grantee. SVP chose Union Capital Boston because of its unique solution and transformative potential to improve Boston’s communities. Through its online platform, Union Capital provides low-income families financial incentives for accessing existing educational, health, financial, and community resources. Read More »
Executive Director, Randy Houk, of former SVP Boston Grantee, Raising a Reader, was interviewed on WBZ-TV during the segment “4 Your Community.” Read More »
On the eve of SVP Boston Grantee Phoenix Charter Academy's 10th anniversary, the Boston Globe features a compelling article about Phoenix's success. Governor Charlie Baker says of Phoenix, "They serve kids nobody told not to drop out, [and] they don’t quit on these kids.” Read More »
Two of My Life My Choice’s Tiger Team members, Rich Croak and Steve Kenney, chatted with us about the team’s work over the last few months. Much like the proverb that says, “there’s no off switch on a tiger,” there’s no off switch on our SVP Tiger Team either – making great progress in a few short months. Read More »
Darcy Madden, Executive Director of SVP Boston, was recently interviewed by the Boston Business Journal for their “Emerging Leaders” feature. Read More »
NECN's Peter Howe interviews Mike Wasserman (Executive Director of Bottom Line MA), Jeff Kushner (SVP Partner) and Marjorie Ringrose (SVP's Director of Social Impact) about the Social Venture Partners model. Read More »
Our money and time are precious, especially during the holidays. Here are some tips to take the guess work and frenzy out of charitable giving and make your giving matter. Read More »
Marjorie Ringrose, SVP Boston's Director of Social Impact, chatted with WBZ Radio's Jordan Rich recently about how to make the most impact with your donations this giving season Read More »
Wellesley Townsman features Laurel Ferretti, SVP Boston Partner and Board member, in a recent article. Laurel applies her hands-on experience as a former director in the Global Business Development Group at Babson Capital Management as well as her MBA education from Babson College to Boston's most promising nonprofits. Read More »
“After spending 20 years working within the financial services industry, Jeff Kushner...now spends his time sharing his expertise with high impact nonprofits to help them grow.” Read More »
The Wall Street Journal this week featured an article about SVP Boston Grantee Bottom Line, showing that intensive counseling services for poor kids helps them get into and graduate college. Read on…