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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.
If you missed hearing 13 amazing social profits last night at The Livermore; sorry, but you really missed an inspiring evening. Community leaders delivered a series quick pitches on their innovative programs, highlighting what they need to take impact to the next level. With nearly 100 registrants, SVP’s first Ignite Night proved to be the perfect platform for showcasing our community social change makers, as they respond to key challenges. Read More »
Happy to announce 412 Food Rescue's partnership with Zipcar set to roll out this spring. This solves one of the deterrents to recruiting millennials to participate in our initiative. This launches in tandem with our effort in universities that we successfully piloted at Chatham in the past few weeks. Looking forward to a wider launch in August when the next school year begins. Read More »
With over 50 people registered, representing both the for-profit and nonprofit communities, the night was off to a great start! Elizabeth Visnic, SVP Executive Director, kicked off the conversation with a quick introduction about what SVP does and what the goals of our first Think Tankathon were. Next, we opened the floor to nonprofit leaders from Amachi Pittsburgh, CameroonFDP, and Earthen Vessels Outreach to share their missions and the current barriers they face with the audience. Read More »
SVP Pittsburgh was recently mentioned in an article published in Kiplinger's Retirement Report 2016 titled "Charitable Giving with an Impact." The article details ways you can help ensure your donations are being put to good use. Read More »