Are you looking to evolve your personal philanthropy? SVP offers opportunities to:
- Engage in the Twin Cities community using your professional skills to strengthen promising nonprofits
- Amplify your impact with pooled resources
- Elevate the lives of underserved teens
- Be part of a multi-generational community of philanthropists
- Grow in knowledge of issues of facing our community and how you can make a difference
SVP Partners come together to identify and vet promising nonprofits that work with underserved teens. Partners work shoulder to shoulder with selected Twin Cities nonprofits, helping identify areas of growth and digging in to bring those projects to fruition. Nonprofits often double their revenue in the three years SVP typically engages with them. SVP helps you leverage your time and resources for maximum impact!
Read more about why SVP is the right fit for you. Join us to create a thriving, innovative community where all can succeed!SVP Partner Meeting
Join Somali-American community leader, educator and social advocate Abdirizak Bihi on a walking tour of Cedar Riverside. Get to know our neighbors and begin exploring the organizations, religious institutions and businesses that are central to the neighborhood.
We will meet at the Brian Coyle Center and proceed on foot from there. Space is limited to 30 participants on a first come, first served basis. Reserve your spot here. Rain or shine…dress accordingly!SVP Event
Do you want to volunteer your skills by working alongside interesting people leading change in our community? Do you want to multiply the impact of your philanthropic giving? Do you want to accelerate the impact of innovative nonprofits tackling the opportunity gap experienced by teens?SVP Event
Join SVP Partners for thought provoking conversation about books that explore social justice and racial equity in contemporary society.
Read Ta-Nehisi Coates’ award winning book Between the World and Me. We’ll discuss this 2015 best seller in the comfort of a Partner’s home. The peer-led conversation will allow for interactive discussion, questions and opportunities to get to know others more deeply. RSVP today!SVP Event
Join SVP Partners for thought provoking conversation via Zoom about books that explore social justice and racial equity in contemporary society.
In From Generosity to Justice: A New Gospel of Wealth, Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation articulates a bold vision for philanthropy in the 21st century joined by an array of thinkers, activists, and leaders from every field, sector, and walk of life. With our new pandemic reality, the role of philanthropy is as important as ever.
Drawing inspiration from Andrew Carnegie’s original “The Gospel of Wealth,” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s incisive insights on philanthropy, and writer and critic Anand Giridharadas’s probing distinction between generosity and justice, this New Gospel convenes some of the most important voices in philanthropy to ask and offer answers to a vital question: If there’s a continuum between generosity and justice, how do we push our work closer to the latter?
Join SVP Partners for a peer-led conversation to examine Walker’s vision for philanthropy and what that means for us. More details and access to the book here.
Join the Zoom conversation: https://zoom.us/j/5965797299SVP Event
Interact with this panel of dynamic community leaders to take the pulse of our Twin Cities community.
We’ve moved this panel to a virtual event! While not the same as gathering in person, our panel will share insights and reflections on trends in the nonprofit sector, especially in light of the Covid-19 pandemic and its toll on the sector. Where are the greatest needs? What role can philanthropy play? Where do we want to be in the future?
Ann DeGroot, Executive Director of the Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board
Aretha Green-Rupert, Regional Director for Otto Bremer Trust
Adair Mosley, President and CEO of Pillsbury United Communities
Josh Reimnitz, Executive Director of Breakthrough Twin Cities and SVP Partner, will facilitate the panel discussion.
Following the panel presentation, there will be time for Q& A, as well as discussion in breakout rooms.