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SVP International

In 2013, SVP Connecticut selected its first grant recipient, the International Institute of Connecticut (IICONN, now CIRI) and since then have worked with more than 30 nonprofits and initiatives.  Some have been time-only engagements, while others have involved a commitment of both financial and human capital.

All current community partners provide high-quality programming and services and have reached the stage where they are ready to strengthen their organizations and scale their proven models so they can have even greater impact.   We are honored to be working with them.


Building One Community

Building One Community brings passionate people together to help immigrants and their families succeed in the community. Read More »

Carver Foundation of Norwalk

Founded in 1938, Carver is the largest private provider of after school and summer programs in Norwalk, Connecticut with a mission of building lifetime achievers. Read More »

All Our Kin

All Our Kin builds high-quality, sustainable family child care programs, giving our youngest and most vulnerable children the quality learning experiences that they need and deserve. Read More »

Domus Kids, Inc.

Domus is a multiservice organization that provides academic support, social-emotional skill building, and pro-social connections to help guide youth through critical junctures in their lives so they may become resilient, positive contributors to their communities. Read More »

Achieve Hartford

Achieve Hartford is a work-based learning program supporting youth in Hartford high schools with strong community and corporate partnerships focused on strengthening college and career readiness and persistence. Read More »

Child First, Inc.

Child First is a national, evidence-based, two-generation model that works with very vulnerable young children and families, providing intensive, home-based services to help parents overcome challenges and form strong, loving relationships with their children so those children become healthy and productive adults. Read More »

Clifford Beers

Clifford Beers provides integrated, holistic care (physical, behavioral, social) for families throughout the state to improve the well-being of all family members. Read More »

Horizons Bridgeport

Horizons Bridgeport is a new nonprofit created to scale the Horizons K-12 summer and after school programs from 350 to 1,000 Bridgeport students through the collaborative efforts of current sites (Greens Farms Academy, Sacred Heart University) and new sites (Notre Dame High School, others tbd) in a regional model. Read More »

The Southport CoLAB

The Southport School CoLAB provides the highest quality programs in training for professionals, educators, and families to effect positive outcomes for children with learning and attention issues and better serve students in under-served communities by integrating research, practice, and advocacy. Read More »

Emerge CT

EMERGE CT is a New Haven-based social enterprise with a dual commitment to help formerly incarcerated persons make a successful return to their families as responsible members, and to their communities as law-abiding, contributing citizens. Read More »

Career Resources, Inc.

Career Resources, Inc. runs statewide programs, job centers, and provides support services to populations facing barriers to employment. Read More »


SVP is honored to have worked with more than 30 local nonprofits since 2013. 

Deep Engagements

Financial support and hundreds of volunteer hours of mentoring and consulting

Horizons National

Horizons National, based in Westport, CT, is a network of high-quality academic enrichment programs that provide [...] Read More »

Harbor Watch

The mission of Harbor Watch is to provide the people of Connecticut with the data, knowledge, and field expertise necessary to safeguard our waterways; educate our communities about watershed issues; and train volunteers and student interns through hands-on research. Read More »

CT Pre-Engineering Program (CPEP)

Through hands-on learning experiences, CPEP, an educational nonprofit, seeks to inspire interest in STEM careers amongst underrepresented youth. Read More »

International Institute of Connecticut

The International Institute of Connecticut is a statewide human service agency that provides new immigrants and refugees with services to help them become self-sufficient, integrated and contributing members of the community. Read More »

One Time Grants

$250-$2,500 & Consulting

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