Social Venture Partners Seattle

Founded in 1997 by a group of Seattle's business leaders, Social Venture Partners (SVP) builds stronger communities with the capacity to improve the lives of kids and protect the environment. They help individuals realize greater impact with their giving, strengthen nonprofits, and enrich the social sector creating fertile soil for positive change. SVP has a staff of nine and over 450 members in Seattle.

Social Venture Partners has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2011.

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Social Venture Partners Grant history

2015

$150,000 - A two-year grant to cover funding for the Northwest Conservation Philanthropy Fellowship, to advance the ability of philanthropists to be effective and strategic funders for environmental causes. Conservation capacity

2014

$70,000 - To cover funding for the Northwest Conservation Philanthropy Fellowship, to advance the ability of philanthropists to be effective and strategic funders for environmental causes. Conservation capacity

2013

$35,000 - To catalyze new philanthropic leadership on conservation issues. Conservation capacity

2013

$45,000 - To catalyze new philanthropic leadership on conservation issues. Conservation capacity

2012

$50,000 - To catalyze new philanthropic leadership on conservation issues. Conservation capacity

2011

$20,000 - To catalyze new philanthropic leadership on conservation issues. Conservation capacity