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It starts with one person. One person joins many people. Together they will help build communities able to solve our most entrenched problems.
That’s SVP. A global network of local partners aligning passion and purpose.
Helping individuals realize greater impact with their giving, strengthening nonprofits, and investing in collaborative solutions – we make connections that make a difference. Connections that unleash potential.
May 9, 2014 11:30 pm
SVP Dallas invites you to discover the unique personal and professional journey of Sara Martinez Tucker's commitment to improving the quality of education for every child. From the private sector to public service, the Laredo, Texas native has been an innovative executive shaping national efforts to increase college access and readiness for all students. Now as Chief Executive Officer of the National Math and Science Initiative, Ms. Martinez Tucker leads NMSI’s mission to produce and retain content-rich STEM teachers, transform high schools into centers of college readiness, and engage students to develop strong interests in STEM fields. Read More »
We are excited to announce three new SVP Dallas Partners in March. Read More »
The Trinity River Mission (TRM) purpose is impressive. It is a volunteer-based, community learning center that promotes literacy, encourages academic success, and develops effective life skills among disadvantaged youth in West Dallas. TRM is a safe haven that provides homework help, tutoring, mentoring, and a support network of parents, teachers, volunteers, and TRM staff. This program reduces the risk of delinquent behavior and increases the likelihood that the students will stay and thrive in school. The numbers speak for themselves as 95% of the students pass to the next grade, 98% of students graduate, and an average of 80% of the students enroll in college directly out of high school. Read More »
April 21, 2014 11:30 am
With the US poverty rate at its highest in 50 years, we must focus on new and innovative ideas to build healthy, resilient and sustainable communities. “Investing in What Works: Dallas” will highlight successful community development practices and social impact investing. Read More »