Social Venture Partners is Greater Cincinnati’s home for engaged philanthropists. We are part of an international network of 3500 Partners who collectively invest time, talent and grant money in innovative ways to strengthen local nonprofits. Our purpose is simple: to enable our investees to make the Cincinnati region a stronger and more vibrant community.
Social Venture Partners Cincinnati is pleased to announce that ChangingGears has been chosen as our next Investee. ChangingGears will receive a total grant of $60,000 over the next three years and professional consulting worth even more. We look forward to partnering with ChangingGears to scale capacity to grow and expand the number of clients who achieve access to affordable, private transportation.
Social Venture Partners (SVP) Cincinnati hosted its third annual Fast Pitch competition March 2, when eight nonprofits shared their stories in front of a panel of judges and a sold-out crowd eager to hear about the innovations each organization offers. Read More »
March 7 @ 5:30 pm
SVP Cincinnati’s 5th Annual Fast Pitch:
March 7, 2018
Duke Energy Convention Center
5:30 Doors Open and Dinner Served
6:30 Event Begins
SVP Cincinnati’s Fast Pitch is back bigger and better than ever. This is good fun for good causes. As one of last year’s attendees summed it up, “I can’t think of a better way to enjoy an evening with friends and support innovative nonprofits at the same time. We really took pleasure in seeing the great work happening in our city.”
We’re bringing together 10 worthy nonprofits to make three-minute presentations about the work they do, all under the banner of “Innovation that Matters.” Prize money totaling over $30,000 will be given to winners across several categories.
2018’s Finalists will be announced shortly.
In addition to the competition, Fast Pitch will feature cash bar, small bites, and an after-party for everyone attending.
Parking options are abundant, including surface lots and garages surrounding the Convention Center on Fifth and Sixth Streets between Elm and Central.