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Social Venture Partners San Antonio seeks out innovative, growing nonprofits that are making a measurable difference for families in San Antonio. We provide funding and expertise to expand their capacity and sustainability so those we support can do more. We choose organizations that have the most potential – we stand beside them so their success is our success.
SVPSA is connected to a global network of Social Venture Partners in 40 cities and 7 countries, sharing ideas and new methods, so we are always learning and aligning our passion to improve our communities.
We believe that together we will build a stronger future, enabled to solve our most entrenched problems.
Since our founding in 2016, SVPSA has delved into discovering the core needs for families in San Antonio through educational programs and events. This helped us select our 2017-2018 investee, Youth Code Jam — and we saw remarkable results.
During this difficult time of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are holding on grants, however we are providing some professional advisors to nonprofits that request help. Especially in the area of finance, HR, grant review and IT.
Social Venture Partners San Antonio put together a team of funders to provide an online skills-based volunteer tool, Catchafire that addresses urgently needed support to area nonprofits. They announced October 6th that 101 San Antonio organizations will have access to professional volunteers through the new collaboration. Read More »
Nonprofits in San Antonio report an increase in need for services but also a drop in funding, loss of earned revenue and technology gaps to provide help in a nonprofit survey just released by Social Venture Partners San Antonio (SVPSA), The Nonprofit Council and United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County. How to fill this growing gap is the primary concern for nonprofit leaders who are quickly having to adapt to the community needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More »