VPP Invests $1.95 Million in Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection to Help At-Risk Youth in Prince George’s County
The pledge will enable nearly 900 middle and high school students to gain work experience from local employers and the support needed to successfully graduate.
VPP's investment will expand quality preschool opportunities for 1,200 three- and four-year-olds from low-income families in the District.
A piece about President Obama's Social Innovation Fund initiative features a success story from VPP's youthCONNECT network.
VPP welcomes David Joubran, Karen Schaufeld, and Cliff White to its board.
Carol Thompson Cole writes to the Washington Post Capital Business section on how the business sector can better support the region's youth.
VPP released a case study on the shared measurement platform for its collaborative initiative, youthCONNECT. The report includes a Common Outcomes Framework that can be adapted for similar youth-serving networks.
Venture Philanthropy Partners and Urban Alliance announce a partnership that will enable hundreds of low income students across the National Capital Region to obtain marketable career skills.
VPP releases first comprehensive report of challenges facing children and youth throughout National Capital Region
Anne Reiss has been named Vice President of Investor Development. She will lead the organization’s fundraising and investor development efforts as VPP embarks on the next phase of its work to improve the lives of children and youth in the National Capital Region.
The White House blog tells the story of how VPP's Social Innovation Fund initiative supported one youth from the Latin American Youth Center.