SVP Boulder County went into 2017 ready to implement lessons learned after three years of significant growth and change. The 2017 Annual Report shows how SVP’s harvest grew as the organization served more Partner members and nonprofits than ever before. Through an updated program framework and new seeds, SVP diversified to engage with a broader array of people and organizations in Boulder County.
In 2017, SVP donated services and cash grants to nonprofits worth $569,600
- More than 2,410 consulting hours, valued at $482,000
- $60,000 supporting cash grants
- 177 nonprofit education hours to 50 unique nonprofits, pro bono portion valued at $27,600
When combined with the extensive education, engagement, and connection-building provided to Partner members, SVP had more than $1,000,000 worth of impact on a budget of just $346,000!
- 5 unique organizations improved business functions, leadership, and management to strengthen organizational outcomes (find the Catapult 2017 Evaluation and Impact Report here),
- 45 unique nonprofits gained board governance acumen (find the Boards with Brains 2017 Evaluation and Impact Report here),
- 12 nonprofit leaders met goals for developing their management and leadership skills (learn about Execs Evolve executive coaching here),
- 8 nonprofit clients learned from each other and built a network of support (learn about Invested Leaders here),
- 4 nonprofits completed strategic and capacity building projects (learn about Encore Fellowships here)
- and, countless nonprofits received mentoring, advance, and connections.
Meet our people, our supporters, our clients, and our successes in the 2017 Annual Report. Social Venture Partners Boulder County cultivates impact. Thank you for digging in the dirt with us.