Posts Tagged ‘Social Venture Partners’

Business of Social: Bringing the Entrepreneurial Mindset into Nonprofits

Posted by Katie Kelton

Social impact took centerstage Tuesday morning at Dallas Startup Week as Dallas-based leaders gathered to talk about the role of social entrepreneurship in nonprofit organizations.

Catherine Cuellar, right, makes a point while Cynthia Nevels looks on. [Photo by Katie Kelton]

On Tap: Art in the Dark, Trade Vs. Tech & Social Innovation Luncheon

Posted by Dallas Innovates

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you. As always, events may change at any time, so check the event …

bigBANG! 2016: Equity in Action Conference is Close

Posted by Lance Murray

The bigBANG! 2016: Equity in Action conference is nearly here, and there’s still time to register.

The event will take place Oct. 26-28 at Paul Quinn College in South Dallas, with most of the events taking place on Oct. 27.…

GroundFloor Fellows Compete for $100K in OneUp Campaign

Posted by SVP Dallas

Doing good better, the focus of Social Venture Partners Dallas, can only happen when we work together. Through increasing our awareness of the incredible work already underway in our community, we can combine our efforts, build on each …

Honorary Chair, Award Recipient Named for SVP Philanthroparty

Posted by SVP Dallas

Sixteen years ago, Social Venture Partners Dallas created North Texas’ first and continuous social impact venture fund. The purpose of the SVP fund is to invest in entrepreneurial organizations that are being built to provide solutions to some of our …

Social Venture Partners Dallas Launches Partner & Prosper with JPMorgan Chase

Posted by SVP Dallas

partnersandprosper_logo_small_v2Employees from JPMorgan Chase, Social Venture Partners (SVP) Dallas, and three nonprofit organizations recently launched a new SVP Dallas initiative, Partner & Prosper, a skills-based volunteer program that matches local companies and nonprofit organizations.

“We’ve met senior executives who want …