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Affiliate Spotlight: $300K Challenge Grant in SVP Tucson!

Posted by yvonne

SVP Tucson secured a $300,000 challenge grant from a local family foundation. “This grant is designed to ignite the growth of our Partnership, expanding the financial and human capital necessary to take our work to the next level,” said Ciara Garcia, SVP Tucson CEO. Read More »

Thank You for Supporting SVPI!

Posted by Sudha

As I reflect on my first year as CEO of Social Venture Partners International, I feel inspired and grateful for the Affiliates and Partners like you that make up this network and are committed to transforming philanthropy to create the social change we hope to see in the world.  Read More »

Welcome Danielle Sherman, SVPI’s New Director of Development!

Posted by yvonne

Please join SVPI in welcoming Danielle to the SVP Global Network! Danielle looks forward to working with the SVPI team and SVP network to forge new partnerships, grow the global network, and realize a bold, new vision to transform the organization’s role in philanthropy. Read More »

A Journey Together: Visiting the American South

Posted by SVPI

When we plan an SVP network gathering, we seek to foster learning and growth by connecting ourselves to relationships and places, in addition to data and expertise. That's why, this summer SVPI partnered with SVP Los Angeles to host a Learning Tour for SVP Partners and network colleagues in the American South. Read More »

Mission Capital – Working to Understand the Social Sector’s Leadership Gap

Posted by SVPI

Mission Capital, our SVP Affiliate in Austin, Texas, led by new CEO Madge Vasquez, is partnering with Building Movement to administer the Race to Lead survey in their community to gather insights on the racial and gender leadership gap in the social sector. Read More »

Reflections & Questions

Posted by Sudha

I hope you are all having a nice July. Over here at SVPI we are continuing our transition - figuring out our staffing plan, thinking about and incorporating the lessons of the Summit, and determining next steps to continue building a strong learning community for all of us.  Read More »