SVP is bold and bright—and we look a little bit different in each community. We invite you to get engaged in a personal way as you explore this website by selecting your own colors!
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 3,500+ Partners in 39 cities in 8 countries, are aligning passion and purpose to support 700+ organizations. We have given $54 million+ and much more with in-kind contributions of our time and talent. We want to go further than just writing a check. We want to build capacity and help nonprofits thrive.
We are driven by our goal: by 2020, the SVP Network will be 100 members strong – transforming individuals, communities and philanthropy.
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.
We are San Diego Social Venture Partners.
Our Investee Reception, held at Rough Draft Brewery last month, was one of our most rewarding events! We heard from our graduating Investees, Just In Time, Mid-City CAN and Words Alive about how their partnership with SVP improved their organizations. We must say, they are up to some pretty incredible things! Read More »
October 4, 2017 @ 12:00 pm
Come learn about risks facing non-profits that you probably don't know about, but should. Whether you are at a director level in a non-profit, on a board, or simply want to be informed, you may question if an organization is in compliance with the rules and if it is protected from harm. As stewards of non-profit organizations, it is important to know the rules, what are the potential liabilities and risks that threaten the organization, and what if anything you can do about it. In this workshop, we have a panel of three experts to share the red flags of running a non-profit business and what options organizations have to mitigate risks. Read More »