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Invested Leaders Spotlight: Bill Goodwin

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“There were many similarities among us, including a shared commitment to become more effective through professional development. Perhaps most interesting and beneficial to me were our discussions about how to remain accountable to our missions.” says participant Bill Goodwin of the SVP Invested Leaders program. Read More »

Partner Spotlight: Thomas Briggs

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“My private sector experience led me to appreciate the SVP model – the combination of Partners, money, and skills applied to improve the operations of nonprofits immediately communicates value-add," says Thomas Briggs. Read More »

Invested Leader Spotlight: Chrysti Britt

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For Chrysti Britt, Executive Director of Cultivate, participating in SVP’s Invested Leaders program stands out as “a unique opportunity to exchange experiences and share ideas with other nonprofit leaders in our community.” Indeed, the goal of Invested Leaders... Read More »

New Partner Spotlight: Sarah Rimmel

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Sarah Rimmel is all about building a more socially just world through integrative coaching focused on diversity, equity, and what she calls heart-centered culture. she learned about SVP Boulder County... Read More »

The Journey to a Diverse Board

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Diversity is important – having many voices at the table changes not only the conversation but also decisions made and actions taken. Creating a diverse board sends a powerful signal to staff, clients, donors, and the community. It says that you are truly committed to meeting the needs of your community and are starting at the top. Read More »

New Partner Spotlight: Patti Micklin

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"...having worked in the nonprofit sector for so long and having collaborated with consultants who bring so much knowledge – I love the SVP model, where nonprofits can tap into community knowledge, even when resources are tight.” says Patti Micklin. Read More »

Social Venture Partners calls for “Catapult” Applications

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Organizations interested in submitting a LOI should read the 2020 Letter of Inquiry guidelines and attend an Information Session by registering here. Once chosen for investment, a nonprofit will typically receive pro bono consulting support valued between $200-400K over a three-year period. Read More »