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Social Venture Partners Vancouver is a community of 200+ engaged philanthropists who invest time, money and professional expertise into local non-profits that focus on serving vulnerable children and youth. Over the last 19 years, we have provided nearly 70 non-profits with more than $6 million in grants and approximately $18 million of in-kind support. SVP Vancouver is one of the largest affiliates of SVP International, a global network of over 40 organizations in as many cities.

What We Do

SVP Vancouver accelerates the growth and effectiveness of non-profits through a unique venture philanthropy model. We don’t throw money at a problem; we pair funding with much needed skills, training, and expertise, giving nonprofits the tools and resources they need to effectively develop, grow, and deliver their services and programs to the community. This capacity-building expertise comes directly from our Partners. Without their professional skills and knowledge, we simply could not do what we do.

COVID-19 Response

As British Columbia proceeds with its vaccination roll-out, the SVP staff and Board are continuing to closely monitor the situation and ongoing updates from the federal and provincial governments and health authorities as well as the BC Centre for Disease Control and the Public Health Agency of Canada. Our staff and office are carefully observing health guidelines and best practices so that we may continue to safely and effectively continue to support those most in need.

The nonprofits we work with are on the front lines, serving those in our community who are hardest hit by the economic impacts of this pandemic. We are committed to standing alongside these communities and the nonprofits that are making such a critical contribution to children and families in Vancouver.

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    In response to the COVID-19 crisis, SVP Vancouver is currently offering webinars and online information sessions to help non-profits deal with the economic impacts of the pandemic.