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Monday, April 27th, 2020

SVP's COVID Response Helps Nonprofits

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Social Venture Partners (SVP) Boulder County launched a new initiative to connect local nonprofits to financial resources at state and federal levels, effective immediately through June 2020.

Support for this effort comes from a Donor-Advised Fund established at Community Foundation Boulder County by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation as part of a national effort to co-fund the localized community priorities.

SVP Partners and staff provide personalized, one-on-one consultations with nonprofits leaders, as well as group video calls and webinars that will help inform and guide dozens of nonprofits in navigating unfamiliar territories, deepening their resilience and reserves, and emerging from this crisis stronger than before.

There are four areas of assistance: government funding, strategy and planning, organizational well-being, and philanthropy and development.

Interested nonprofits may sign up here. For more information, please contact Joshua Silberstein,

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