Family Promise to Collaborate with Social Venture Partners
A new community partnership will address strategic initiatives at a Denver nonprofit focused on serving homeless families.
- Denver, CO (1888PressRelease) June 11, 2015 - Family Promise of Greater Denver recently partnered with the Denver chapter of Social Venture Partners (SVP) to focus on programs and future growth. Partnership will address strategic initiatives.
SVP works with community nonprofits to "provide high-level, strategic consultation in areas such as board governance, marketing, fund development, and business strategy, working shoulder to shoulder with nonprofits to achieve the change they want to see in the community."
The Family Promise partnership is addressing fund development, program assessment and board growth.
"We are honored to be connected to such as a supportive force in our community," said Jolynn Snyder, executive director at Family Promise. "SVP brings an entire team of experts and resources to the table, helping us strengthen our foundation and serve even more families experiencing homelessness."
The collaboration with SVP will extend over the coming months.
"Family Promise is helping so many families reach sustainable independence and a brighter future," said Pat Landrum, executive director of SVP Denver. "We are excited to aid the nonprofit's evaluation, growth and future planning."
Learn more about SVP Denver: http://www.socialventurepartners.org/denver.
About Family Promise of Greater Denver
Family Promise of Greater Denver is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization independently affiliated with a national organization founded in 1988 and comprised of 187 affiliates in 42 states.
Through community partnerships, we provide shelter, meals and supportive services to homeless families with children under age 18. Family Promise of Greater Denver began serving families in November 1997. Learn more at FamilyPromiseOfGreaterDenver.org.
Contact: Family Promise of Greater Denver
John Chambers | 303.675.0713
JChambers ( @ ) FamilyPromiseOfGreaterDenver dot org