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SVP Tucson is dedicated to making our community more equitable, with opportunities for all. We invest in high-potential nonprofits in our areas of focus: early childhood education, workforce development, racial and gender justice, and those serving historically marginalized communities, and prioritize investments in organizations using a 2Generation approach. The organizations we support are on the frontline of solving society’s biggest challenges and need our support now, more than ever before.

  • 2Gen Investments: SVP is building a collaboration of nonprofits that bridges the gap between the early childhood learning community and nonprofits focused on adult job attainment. This 2Gen Collaboration provides a continuum of services for families with young children, providing the intervention and learning opportunities children need, along with the resources caregivers and parents need in order to stabilize their lives. Our 2Gen Investments include multi-year, unrestricted grant funding, organizational assessment and capacity building services to strengthen and scale impact, and infrastructure support for the Collaboration. Current 2Gen Investments are being made in JobPath, Interfaith Community Services, and Make Way for Books.
  • Fast Pitch is a tried and true method of cultivating donor relations and increasing nonprofit exposure, while training nonprofit leaders on how to pitch their organization’s mission, model, results, and their “ask.” Learn more about the nonprofits we’ve served through Fast Pitch by clicking HERE.

Read more about our current Nonprofit Partners:

Make Way for Books

Twenty years ago, Make Way for Books’ founder Dr. Mary Jan Bancroft found that many of the preschools and [...] Read More »

Interfaith Community Services

Interfaith Community Services (ICS) is a local organization whose mission is to help people in need achieve [...] Read More »

JobPath

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

Higher Ground believes that it takes a community to raise a child. They factor in all aspects of a student’s life [...] Read More »

SARSEF

STEM is a majorly underserved piece in our education system. SARSEF, however, is changing our environment by [...] Read More »

Old Pueblo Community Services

OPCS sees those forgotten and underserved individuals in our community—homeless veterans, persons returning from [...] Read More »

Literacy Volunteers of Tucson

Literacy Volunteers of Tucson transforms lives and enriches the community by teaching adults at the lowest literacy levels to read, write and speak English. 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 »

Voices

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 »

Literacy Connects/Reading Seed

SVP Partners helped to facilitate a merger of 5 literacy organizations in Tucson now known as Literacy Connects. Read More »