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SVP Teens Give $5,000 to Support Immigrant Legal Aid

Posted by Cecilia Garza

More than 70 percent of Washington State’s low-income households experience at least one civil legal problem each year on matters affecting the most fundamental needs of their daily lives. That’s why this year’s SVP Youth Philanthropists chose to fund legal aid as a critical system that provides support for people who cannot otherwise afford it.

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From the CEO: SVP’s Summer Plans

Posted by Solynn McCurdy

Chances are you're confirming summer plans with friends and family or getting involved in new ways with your community. SVP is making summer plans as well. For those who could make it to our 20-Year Celebration, it comes as no surprise the event fueled activity around our vision.

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SVP Fast Pitch in 2018

Posted by Cecilia Garza

Entering its eighth year, SVP Fast Pitch will pilot a number of program changes designed to create more opportunity for valuable interaction between innovators and mentors, while continuing to provide a forum for intentional connection, collaboration and growth among the Fast Pitch community.

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Welcome New Partners!

Posted by Cecilia Garza

Since April, SVP has welcomed 17 new partners, like Amy HyunAh Pak who consults with local schools and organizations on anti-racist trainings and family engagement.

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Replay SVP’s 20-Year Celebration

Posted by Cecilia Garza

SVP Seattle celebrated 20 years of impact with the power of storytelling and recognition of our strongest supporters. Replay your favorite moments from the night.

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Welcome New Investee Washington Building Leaders of Change

Posted by Cecilia Garza

Washington Building Leaders of Change (WA-BLOC) envisions South Seattle as a thriving nucleus of Black and Brown excellence. And they're starting with students at Rainier Beach High School.

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From the CEO: Affirmations

Posted by Solynn McCurdy

My colleague Michael McAfee, incoming president and CEO of PolicyLink said that "power is the ability to create and change the rules." We have the ability, and we can continue to make the necessary change to reinvent philanthropy.

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