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SVP Denver Investee Outcomes Report 2009 Methodology
Limitations & qualitative quantitative most significant change post re-funding decisions estimates subjectivity ____________________________________ Respondents 3 funding year 2 average grant $8,300 100% characterized SVP relationship as GOOD EXCELLENT or Satisfaction ____ . . . . . 1 5 poor excellent Value Added + by SVP Partners Volunteer Time (630 hours @ $100/hour) New cash contributions from individual partners New cash contributions from partner referrals In-kind contributions from partner referrals TOTAL $63,000 $4,580 $8,700 $17,050 $93,330 2009 Cash Grants: 3.7 x $25,000 $93,330 value added = Most Significant Change BEFORE AFTER Board needed more structure and take on managed governance approach
No standing committees with trained chairs
No accountability for short- and long-term goals with measureable outcomes
Undefined roles and responsibilities among board and staff Developed strategies to create measurable goals
Board pushes mission forward, leaving executive director to fulfill staff duties
Operates more efficiently
Room for organizational growth "This has been invaluable
for us to make it through a very tough financial year last year and strengthened our capacity to make it through the tough years to follow. The SVP folks have been so professional and ready to jump in and help that it has really been like having a team of consultants on retainer to assist whatever the
issue may be. " SVP grant funding SVP funded consulting services Knowledge-sharing with other investees Referrals or other in-kind donations attributed to SVP Partners or SVP affiliation SVP Partner time & talent Satisfaction by Form of SVP Assistance Average Rating (out of 5.0) Investee Level of Satisfaction Average Rating (out of 5.0) Lead Partners Other Partners SVP Staff Satisfaction with Partner Volunteers by Capacity Area Average Rating (out of 5.0) Mission, Vision, Strategy, and Planning Program Design and Evaluation Human Resources CEO/ED/Senior Management Team Leadership Information Technology Financial Management Fund Development Board Leadership Legal Affairs Marketing, Communications,
and External Relations Other Recommendations Key Findings Knowledge of your organization's issue areas Effectiveness at building sustainable organizations Sensitivity to nonprofit community/culture Impact on public policy Transparency and fairness in grantmaking decisions Clarity in communicating goals and expectations Overall reputation among other nonprofits Overall reputation among other funders SVP Nonprofit Interaction and Knowledge Average Rating (out of 5.0) 100% characterized SVP relationship as GOOD EXCELLENT or Affilition with SVP enhances "We have more clout with other foundations and are viewed as a stable organization." Leveraged

with grant dollars
by a factor of almost 4 reputation credibility and IMPACT Good reputation in the nonprofit community
Perceived to be fair in grantmaking decisions
Good understanding of investees' issue areas (3.7-4.0/5.0) (3.7/5.0) (3.7/5.0) Most Valued Attributes Partners' time and talent Funding for consulting services Management and board leadership assistance to establish roles and organizational structure Financial management assistance "We most valued the opportunity to leverage Partners' expertise and resources." "SVP helped us reallocate our staff and board time and give better structure to our organization." "SVP was instrumental in helping us focus on major priorities within our organization." 1 2 Focus on development of other Partners:
Enhance knowledge of nonprofits
Manage expectations
Minimize agendas Create forums for investees to share knowledge and best practices Enhance clarity in communicating goals and expectations of investees 4 Prepare
investees to
manage Partners
effectively and
maximize Partners'
investments of expertise
and time 3 Knowledge of your organization's issue areas Effectiveness at building sustainable organizations Sensitivity to nonprofit community/culture Impact on public policy Transparency and fairness in grantmaking decisions Clarity in communicating goals and expectations Overall reputation among other nonprofits Overall reputation among other funders SVP Nonprofit Interaction and Knowledge Average Rating (out of 5.0) 2.7/5.0 Social Venture Partners Denver seeks to catalyze positive change by... Providing opportunities for partners to become better informed and effective philanthropists Strengthening local nonprofits through targeted investments of partners' time, expertise, and money cash grants
skilled volunteers
leadership development
professional consultants
management training opportunities 1 2 engagement with investees
connections with SVP Partners
participation in education events early childhood education
K-12 education
youth development programs Supports organizations focused on Center for the Visual Arts
College Summit
cityWILD
Colorado HAWKS
Colorado MESA
Colorado Youth At Risk
Denver SCORES
Environmental Learning for Kids
Front Range Earth Force
PlatteForum
OpenWorld Learning
Second Wind Fund of Metro Denver
Smart-Girl, Inc.
The Spot
Young Philanthropists Foundation
YouthBiz, Inc.
Youth Venture Colorado Past and Current Grants The Project Demonstrating SVP's Impact Performance Evaluation Tool Site
Visits
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