Built on the principles of venture capital investing, our approach consists of four key components.Our Approach
We started with a simple idea—that relevant principles of private investing could transform the nonprofit sector.Our History
We are tireless innovators building strong organizations and strategic networks that measurably improve the lives of children and youth throughout Greater Washington.
This month, leaders from the private sector, government, philanthropy and nonprofits gathered for the Economic Club of Washington D.C.’s 32nd Year Milestone Celebration. I was honored to attend because Venture Philanthropy Partners was one of ten local organizations awarded a $50,000 grant from the Economic Club that evening.
With many years of experience working in policy, VPP board member Eugene Steuerle shares the lessons he’s learned about the importance of involving communities and giving people ownership of projects – along with ideas of where our country needs to invest today.