Social Ventures Australia (SVA) Consulting Quarterly features an article on the role of partnership in venture philanthropy. Contributed by Kevin Robbie – Executive Director – and Louise Caseley – Director of SVA, the article proposes that in committing to venture philanthropy both ventures and philanthropists must understand what’s involved to make it work.
The article explores successful venture partnerships. It is based on SVA’s experience over the past 13 years as a venture philanthropy manager working to build stronger social purpose organisations. By providing a combination of funding and support, SVA actively helps build the capacity of supported ventures to increase their social impact.
Read the full article here.