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Join us in helping great people and nonprofits make a bigger impact in our community!

On this page Partners may make their annual contribution, or anyone may make a donation.

Contributions are tax deductible. SVP’s EIN # is 30-0010 575. To make it easy, we offer a variety of payment options:

1. Pay online:

2. Mail a check or echeck made out to Social Venture Partners.

Social Venture Partners (SVP) Cleveland
c/o Fathom
8200 Sweet Valley Drive, Suite 100
Cleveland, OH 44125

3. Set up a monthly payment plan.

You may set up monthly payments through your bank’s bill pay system (contact them for instructions) or online via #1 above.

4. Donate with a stock.

Please download our transfer instructions.

5. Donate through a corporate matching or payroll deduction program.

Please make arrangements with your employer and contact us with any questions.

6. Support SVP through AmazonSmile.

If you make purchases through Amazon, consider shopping through AmazonSmile, and select SVP as your donation recipient.

Social Venture Partners


If you have any questions, please contact SVP here.


Read more about the people and impact of SVP…

Near West Theatre | SVP Saved My Life

It was in November, 2002 when our board consultant Thomas Mulready—now known for his work with Cool Cleveland—looked me in the eye having worked with me for 4 months and said, “Stephanie you need to get a vision for yourself.” I took those words to heart, deeply disturbed at the implication of Thomas’ advice and perspective... Read More »

Dick Cahoon | The Gift that Keeps on Giving

Before SVP, Partner Dick Cahoon claims he was “on no purposeful trajectory of any kind.” He describes his career as being one where he “fixed stuff that was broken or created stuff out of nothing” – no small feat, but clearly not driven by the appreciative self-awareness he has now. He attributes his change of heart to SVP. Read More »

MedWish International | Growing Strategically

MedWish International has benefited significantly from its engagement with the Social Venture Partnership during 2012. Two significant challenges arose this year: the resignation of our executive director, and the growing need for an inventory management system to better track items in our 40,000 square-foot warehouse. Through our partnership with SVP, we were able to leverage these challenges to better position our organization to grow strategically and broaden our impact both locally and globally... Read More »