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SVP Charleston is Seeking Applicants for the 2018 Investment Cycle

Posted By Lara D. LeRoy, Tuesday, March 13, 2018

SVP  works to build trust and establish true partnerships with nonprofits, working alongside to improve their ability to deliver effective programs and fulfill their mission. We seek organizations that can benefit from and are willing to embrace a partnership that includes hands-on involvement by SVP Charleston Partners, regular self-reflection and measurement of results.
 
SVP is hosting an Information session for Prospective Investees, March 19th 4:30-6:00 at Coastal Community Foundation, located at 635 Rutledge Ave. Charleston SC 29403.  Please RSVP by Friday March 16, so that they can plan accordingly.  Click here to RSVP
 
To access the application for investment please visit the Coastal Community Foundation website and go to the portal login.  You can access the CCF website by clicking the following link: https://coastalcommunityfoundation.org/  
 
Please direct any questions to LaraSVPCHS@COastalCommunityFoundation.org
 
 
Best, 
Lara
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Lara D. LeRoy
Executive Director
Social Venture Partners Charleston
(843)442-3436

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YWCA of Greater Charleston Welcomes New ED

Posted By SCANPO, Sunday, February 21, 2016

The board of directors of YWCA of Greater Charleston has appointed LaVanda Brown as their new executive director.

LaVanda brings more than 20 years of on-the-ground experience in social services, including an early career in social work, to our team.

She has led and advised several Savannah-area nonprofit organizations, including Family Promise of Greater Savannah, Union Mission, and Greenbriar Children’s Center, as well as others in the behavioral health, employment, and community services arenas.

A passionate advocate for causes including the promotion of gender equality and diversity and helping at-risk teens and homeless populations, she envisions a world where differences are not just tolerated but celebrated. "The mission of the YWCA is one that is very much in line with my personal mission of empowering women and celebrating differences," she says.

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