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Ways our SVP Partners engage in meaningful philanthropy

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Roll up your sleeves and dig into volunteering projects. Utilize your skills and capabilities, as you deepen your knowledge about the nonprofits serving our communities. We work collaboratively with nonprofits and community members to support the mission of our nonprofit partners. This is an excellent way of contributing to the great work we do at SVP Connecticut.

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Throughout the world, the organizations SVP partners with are tackling some of our society’s most entrenched problems – and they are ready to take their work to the next level. Bring your unique perspective to the table and ensure the success of local organizations.



It starts with you. We can’t define the change you’re searching for, but we will help you achieve it. We’ll connect you to the people and organizations that share your passion, and together we will amplify your impact.

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Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Make a Donation and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to lend your support. It’s a great way to contribute to our cause, and every little bit counts towards paving the path for a better tomorrow. Get in touch with us today for more details about how you can help.

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The mentorship aspect of my relationship with SVP is what excites me most.  Michael Van Leesten and Ron Clarke have been such a strong support system to me through a leadership transition in my organization.  We have built trust with one another, and it’s been an absolute pleasure to know that they “have my back” and truly care about the organization’s integrity and success.

Alden Woodcock
Executive Director of EmergeCT


Three years ago, I decided to join SVP to work with an organization of like-minded individuals who were committed to the cause of social justice. The work that was undertaken by SVP is directed at eliminating the opportunity gap for academically at-risk students in the state.

Phil Butterfield
SVP Partner and Board member,
Board Chair of The Carver Foundation


As I ended my tenure as the founding Executive Director of Building One Community, and having experienced first hand the meaning of partnership and what it meant to work directly with SVP Partners, it became clear to me that joining  SVP and sharing my perspective as a nonprofit leader was a great way to continue my journey and contribute to our local community.

Catalina Horak
SVP Partner, 
Founder and Former Executive Director of Building One Community


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