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    WNPR recently profiled SVP-CT and our inaugural grantee, the International Institute of Connecticut in a featured titled "Finding a New Business Paradigm for Connecticut's Non-Profits". Read More »

    In the recent issue of the Nonprofit Quarterly SVP Seattle staff members, Lynn Coriano and Sally Gillis were interviewed for piece entitled Supporting Nonprofit Capacity: Three Principles for Grantmakers which outlined the three key elements for providing capacity building support. Read More »

    In 2013 there was significant expansion of the Social Venture Partners network into several new countries, including Australia, China, India and Ireland, providing these nations with a new tool for tackling pressing social problems. Read More »

    Featured Events

    Creativity in the Workplace

    September 17, 2014 5:30 pm

    Join us as founding Partner and SVP-CT Board Chair Don Kendall kicks off a discussion series focused on Creativity in the Workplace. Don's talk will focus on how a creative and innovative mindset is key to successfully using venture capital to develop jobs for the 21st century. Read More »

    SVP Annual Conference

    October 16, 2014 8:00 am

    SVP Partners, board chairs and staff from across our global network will gather in Austin, Texas in October to focus on making a greater impact – together. This 2+ day conference includes inspiring speakers, excellent workshops and a myriad of opportunities to network with others engaged in social change. Read More »