What's With the Colors?
SVP is bold and bright—and we look a little bit different in each community. We invite you to get engaged in a personal way as you explore this website by selecting your own colors!
These organizations are providing Pathways out of Poverty for Tucsonans and building a community where everyone thrives.
They are tackling some of our community’s most pressing issues in educational attainment, family stability, and youth resiliency including, but not limited to: access to STEM education, literacy, job training, youth mentorship, and so much more. SVP is honored to be their accomplice.
Single Mom Scholars
SMS, which began four years ago as Helping Hands for Single Moms and is now part of Interfaith Community Services [...] Read More »
JobPath provides opportunity for underserved adults to achieve financial independence through improved education [...] Read More »
SVP is honored to have worked with 9 Tucson nonprofits since 2007.
Higher Ground believes that it takes a community to raise a child. They factor in all aspects of a student’s life [...] Read More »
STEM is a majorly underserved piece in our education system. SARSEF, however, is changing our environment by [...] Read More »
Sunnyside Parents as Teachers
Sunnyside Parents As Teachers is an evidence-based early childhood family education and support program serving families throughout pregnancy until their child enters kindergarten, with demonstrated positive outcomes for children, families and communities. Read More »
Every year at VOICES, young people age 14 to 21 come eager to tell stories about their lives—what has happened to them, what they dream, theorize or wish, and their musings and investigation of the world around us. Read More »
Make Way for Books
Make Way for Books is an early childhood literacy non-profit that provides programs from birth to age five that help to ensure that children arrive in first grade with the necessary early literacy skills to be successful. Read More »
Tucson Youth Development
Get to know a little more about our newest Investee, Tucson Youth Development (TYD), which helps youth gain life skills for employment. With a strategic plan now in place, what will we tackle next? Read More »
Youth On Their Own
Youth On Their Own is dedicated to supporting the high school graduation and continued success of homeless youth by providing financial assistance, basic human needs and guidance. Read More »