Working side by side, we bring good business practice to good causes. Facilitating impactful relationships, we increase the capacity and sustainability of nonprofits, while extending the impact of our members.
SVP’s programming includes a range of capacity building support for Boulder County’s nonprofit sector. From training and leadership support to deep-dive consulting, our offerings strengthen nonprofits from the inside out, so they can better deliver on their missions.
In addition to the core work we do with Boulder County nonprofits, SVP also turns a lens on our members, enhancing the understanding and sophistication of how these allies engage with and in the nonprofit sector. Nonprofit advocacy, evaluation of efforts, knowledge exchange and targeted cash grants in support of capacity work round out our engagement in the sector.
“It’s always been important to me that the work I do have purpose and make a positive impact on the world,” says Ileana Street. “I’m particularly drawn to mission-oriented organizations … so when I found out about SVP from another member, I knew I wanted to learn more. Read More »
“The more I learned about SVP, the more I felt that my career in consulting – helping clients run their businesses better and more efficiently – would be a great fit, applying my experience to the nonprofit sector," says Jim Hooton. Read More »
“Peer learning creates connections that you don’t get from traditional educational opportunities. It’s a lot easier for me to hear and learn from what everyone has to offer – in terms of their knowledge, skills, experiences and passion for their work – than sitting in a classroom." says Hayden Dansky of Boulder Food Rescue. Read More »
“The conference was an incredible time release of knowledge, insight and reflection. All told, the sessions offered were really about networking, and organizing and mobilizing networks," says Amy Maranowicz, SVP Partner. Read More »