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All We See is Potential.

Have you found yourself thinking – I enjoy giving to causes, but what can I do?

Social Venture Partners San Antonio (SVPSA) is a global network of partners aligning passion to improve their communities through giving and donated consulting with nonprofits. We accomplish this by pooling our financial resources and talents to provide funding and teams of mentors and coaches to help local organizations grow and thrive.

We believe that together we will build a stronger San Antonio, enabled to solve our most entrenched problems.

Since our founding in 2016, SVPSA partners have delved into discovering the core needs for families in San Antonio through educational programs and events. This helped us select our 2017-2018 investee, Youth Code Jam — and we saw remarkable results. With mentoring and investment from SVPSA partners, YCJ received coaching for their staff, leadership an board. They began new measurement practices and finely tuned their grant writing and presentation skills for donors. They grew in several ways – YCJ leveraged the financial gift to seek more donations, updated their measurement processes, and are now able to offer more programs to reach more students.

Our next round of grants and investee selection is taking place right now, with work beginning this summer.

 

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    More than 50 SVPSA partners and guests toured the San Antonio Holocaust Memorial Museum on February 13th as a part of our monthly engagement programs. Ellen Ollervidez, Executive Director, gave an overview of the history... Read More »

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    SVPSA Spring Social

    March 28 @ 5:30 pm

    March 28: 5:30 p.m. - Join SVPSA partners for our Spring get-to-know you event. Read More »

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    Reflecting on San Antonio’s Philanthropy: with Sheryl Sculley

    April 4 @ 5:30 pm

    April 4th, 5:30 p.m. - Help us welcome former City Manager Sheryl Sculley as we hear her thoughts on the future needs of San Antonio in the nonprofit sector. Read More »