Foundation / Corporation
Social Venture Partners (SVP) Dallas
03/05/21 5:00 PM CST
In-kind donations of consulting services to Texas nonprofit and for-profit social impact organizations in eligible areas to build capacity and improve organizational effectiveness. In addition, one organization will receive a $2,500 prize. The goal of the program is to help organizations to deliver effective programs, fulfill their mission, and advance social innovation in North Texas.
Social Venture Partners (“SVP”) builds powerful relationships among people who want to give back and the social impact organizations that make change possible. SVP is a diverse group of individual donors (“Partners”) – business people, entrepreneurs, and social impact leaders – who combine their skills, resources, and networks to help social impact organizations succeed. SVP focuses its philanthropy on capacity building, and work with you to strengthen your organization and increase your impact in the community.
GrantWatch ID#: 143709
Selected advisees will receive pro bono consulting initially through one short-term capacity building project. SVP partners provide advisees with strategic advice and coaching on the most important challenges or opportunities. Along with additional pro bono consulting over an extended period, investees also receive financial grants. SVP Dallas will consider making a financial grant or investment only to social impact organizations that are selected as an advisee and complete at least one successful capacity building project.
One organization will win a $2,500 prize.
Typically, advisees will stay in the portfolio for no more than 1 year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7CCGPW3
For questions about SVP Dallas’ Advisee Application Process, please contact Prisma Garcia at email@example.com.
PO Box 670546
Dallas, TX 75367
USA: Texas: North Texas
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