“It was the same level of commitment.” Shefali is referring to SVP Partner, Racquel Russell who volunteered to help TCC hone their communications.Hear about their work together in this short video!
Rogers Weed aligned business leaders behind green energy solutions. Every story is different, but each is fueled by a series of connections. You never know who will take your impact to the next level.
Check out some of our Partners’ stories below and meet a few friends of SVP as well. He had just sold his software company, Aldus Corporation to Adobe.
Page Maker, the desktop publishing program his company created, had revolutionized printing and publishing – and left him an unexpected millionaire.
At 47, early retirement might have looked attractive to some, but Paul had other ideas.
Kevin Phaup volunteers his time and expertise to find technology solutions for resource-strapped nonprofits.
Lisa Merrill and Lisa Bontje help nonprofits tell their story through compelling photography.
’ And this one came up that was a really great fit.” Hear how Sandra and Team Read Executive Director Maureen Massey leveraged SVP to help tell Team Read’s story through the web.
Read More » A few years ago, Summer Search was struggling with staff retention and they were concerned about the impact it was having on the students they serve.
Then in 2013, David joined the first cohort of SVP's Northwest Conservation Philanthropy Fellows to deepen his impact. Read More » One of the fun parts of working at SVP is hearing about all the great stuff our Partners are doing out in the community.
Here is just a sprinkling of news from five of our Partners, starting with Cikeithia Pugh who received a SOAR Community Achievement Award for her contributions to early childhood literacy!
Mentorship is core to their program and turnover interrupted the relationships between students and staff, not to mention the general productivity loss associated with churn.