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Molly Ganley: on being an Adjunct Partner

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You may not think you have skills or experiences that are useful in the nonprofit sector, but chances are you do. You might be surprised how applicable your skills are to our community-serving organizations. That's why SVP recently announced openings in our Adjunct Partners program – a fellowship program for community-minded individuals to connect, learn, and engage, while volunteering their knowledge and skills to strengthen local nonprofits... Read More »

Applications Sought for SVP Adjunct Partners: June 14 Deadline

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“We seek individuals interested in connecting, learning and engaging, while applying their knowledge and skills to strengthen the nonprofit community as volunteers,” says Jennie Arbogash, Chief Executive Officer. In 2019, SVP Boulder County will welcome three to four new Adjunct Partners..." Read More »

Cal-Wood Education Center: SVP event “helped identify priorities”

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In a condensed demonstration of SVP’s Catapult program, Salgado was one of two local nonprofit leaders who had the opportunity to present an organizational opportunity or challenge. Through facilitated conversation, each group then asked clarifying questions and brainstormed possible approaches. Read More »

SVP Boulder County seeks new Partner members

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You’re a life-long learner who cares about our community. Perhaps you’ve been thinking about getting more involved, expanding your knowledge, and applying your unique skills to strengthen local nonprofits. Read More »

SVP Partner Spotlight: Tim Watson

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Adds Watson, “SVP offers such a variety of programs and opportunities, and brings together such a variety of people, each with their own strengths. You can decide how you want to help our community and Boulder County nonprofits." Read More »

SVP Partner Spotlight: David Bachrach

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For David Bachrach, being involved with SVP Boulder County means coming full circle. Introduced to Community Food Share while serving on an SVP Boulder County committee, Bachrach has since volunteered and donated to the local nonprofit, which aims to eliminate hunger in Boulder and Broomfield counties. Read More »

SVP Addresses Food Insecurity by Partnering with Community Food Share

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“There are misperceptions about what hunger looks like in our community. It’s not a static thing... There’s no one-size-fits-all solution. So it’s especially important for us to gain a more sophisticated understanding of how to work with our community partners toward eliminating hunger in our service areas, says Michelle Orge, Executive Director of Louisville-based Community Food Share. Read More »