What's With the Colors?
SVP is bold and bright—and we look a little bit different in each community. We invite you to get engaged in a personal way as you explore this website by selecting your own colors!
These organizations are fighting for the success of every child and young adult.
They are tackling some of our community’s most pressing issues in education, child health, youth job readiness, and family economic mobility. SVP Boston is honored to be their accomplice.
Boston CASA promotes and advocates for the best interests of children involved in abuse and neglect cases in Suffolk County. Read More »
Enroot empowers low-income, immigrant high school students to achieve academic, career, and personal success through mentorship, leadership development, professional internships, and academic support. Read More »
Trinity Boston Foundation
Trinity Boston Foundation aims to unlock opportunity and change the odds for the youth of Boston. Founded in 2007, Trinity Boston Foundation serves more than 500 Boston youth each year through a portfolio of programs focused on community, education, health and wellness, character and leadership development as well as clinical counseling services. Read More »
Union Capital Boston
Union Capital Boston, founded in 2012, is an approach to overcome the poverty trap for individuals, families, and communities. Read More »
My Life My Choice
Harnessing the strength of the collective voices of survivors, My Life My Choice empowers vulnerable youth to be agents of change in their own lives and in the movement to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children. Read More »
Families First promotes the secure and nurturing parent-child relationships that are the foundation of every child’s well-being and future success. Read More »