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Become an SVPSA Partner

Individual Partnerships

Investment in SVPSA ranges from $1,000 – $5,000 annually. Up to two people from the household (couples, mom/son, brother/brother) and individuals can join.. Many choose to get involved with the whole family to build up the next generation of community leaders. Partners choose how much they get involved as their schedule allows and can select to also serve on committees to plan programs and events.

Corporate Partnerships

Corporate partnerships are a low-cost way for any business to utilize SVPSA’s network and resources to immediately make a difference. Our corporate partners are recognized as leaders in making a real impact in nonprofit work. SVPSA programs allow your organization to build community leadership and awareness on staff, to train a new generation of philanthropists and to expand your reach on social causes.

For an investment of $5,000 a company sponsors 1-2 individuals they select to be a part of the SVPSA network of consultants and community leaders as, together, we build and strengthen San Antonio’s nonprofit organizations. Corporate sponsors also are invited to sponsor exclusive SVPSA events, and programs for nonprofits.

Download the Partner Form Here.

SVPSA needs program sponsors:

$500 = Sponsors a lunch at an SVPSA Fellowship workday
$1000 = Provides materials for an SVPSA Fellow
$2500 = Sponsors an SVPSA networking event
$5,000 = Sponsors a day of training for the SVPSA Fellowship

Corporate Sponsorships

  1. Host us at your office or a restaurant and bring community leaders to your doorstep
  2. Provide direct support to one of the SVPSA Investees (any level of support goes 100% to the investee)

If you prefer, contributions can be mailed to:

Social Venture Partners San Antonio
20770 Hwy 281N, Suite 108-422
San Antonio, TX 78258

All donations to Social Venture Partners San Antonio (SVPSA), a 501(c) 3 organization, are tax deductible. You will receive a Tax Receipt by return mail/email. If you have any questions, please contact us at Info@SVPSA.org.

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