Past SVP Investees

Since 2001, SVP has given more than $1.9 million in grants and in-kind support as well as over 16,000 hours of volunteer and staff time to 29 area nonprofits. View current list of nonprofits supported by St. Louis SVP or see a complete List of past SVP Investees.

Earthdance

Lead Volunteer: John Fort, Fort Family Foundation

Earthdance was selected as a 2016 SVP Investee
http://earthdancefarms.org/

Southside Early Childhood Center

Lead Volunteer: Jami Wolfe, Vice President, CMA Consulting

Southside Early Childhood Center was selected as a 2014 SVP Investee
www.southside-ecc.org

Innovative Concept Academy

Lead Volunteer: Donn Lux, Chairman and CEO, Luxco

Innovative Concept Academy was selected as a 2014 SVP Investee
www.innovativeconceptacademy.com

InspireSTL

Lead Volunteer: John Fort, Fort Family Foundation

InspireSTL was selected as a 2015 SVP Investee
www.inspirestl.org

Griffin Center

Lead Volunteer: Charles Redd, Partner, Stinson Leonard Street

Griffin Center was selected as a 2013 SVP Investee
http://www.griffincenter-esl.org/

Little Bit Foundation

Lead Volunteer: Gretta Forrester, Community Volunteer

Little Bit Foundation was selected as a 2013 SVP Investee
http://www.thelittlebitfoundation.org/

AIM High

Lead Volunteer: Anne Murphy Hill, VP Corporate Development, Murphy Company

AIM High has received over $60,000 in grant moniesand in-kind services since January 2008.
www.aimhighstl.org

Beyond Housing 24:1 Initiative

Lead Volunteer: Melanie DiLeo, VP Community Affairs, Citi

Beyond Housing has received over $45,000 in grant monies and in-kind services since January 2012.
www.beyondhousing.org/programs/24:1-initiative/

St. Louis Charter School

Lead Volunteer: Jane Donahue, Vice President, Deaconess Foundation

St. Louis Charter School has received over $160,000 in grant monies and in-kind support since January 2007.
www.stlcharterschool.org

Charter Schools Business Collaborative

Lead Volunteer: Joe Blomker, President & CEO, Maryville Technologies

Charter Schools Business Collaborative received over $75,000 in grant monies and in kind support since January 2012.

Chesterfield Arts

Lead Volunteer: Gretta Forrester, Community Volunteer

Between 2004-2006 Chesterfield Arts received over $105,000 in grant monies and in-kind support
www.chesterfieldarts.org

Christian Activity Center

Lead Volunteer: Clint Lewis, Operations Principal and CCO, Hancock Securities Group

Christian Activity Center received over $15,000 in grant monies and in-kind support in 2011
www.cacesl.org

College Bound

Lead Volunteer: Lynn Yearwood, Community Volunteer

College Bound has received over $30,000 in grant monies and in-kind support from SVP since January 2010.
www.collegeboundstl.org

College Summit - St. Louis

Lead Volunteer: John Fort, St. Louis SVP Co-Founder

Since 2006, College Summit has received over $90,000 in grant monies and in-kind support.
www.collegesummit.org

Girls Incorporated

Lead Volunteer: Sandy Wallace, Midwest Sales Manager, EMC Corporation

Between 2004-2006 Girls Incorporated has received over $120,000 in grant monies and in-kind support
www.girlsincstl.org

St. Louis Internship Program

Lead Volunteer: John Lamping, Managing Director - Investments, Wells Fargo Advisors

SLIP has received over $75,000 in grant monies and in-kind support from SVP since January 2007.
www.stlouisinternship.org

Jackie Joyner-Kersee Foundation

Lead Volunteer: Ron Moitzfield, President, Practical Business Solutions

Between 2002-2004 JJK received over $143,700 in grant monies and in-kind support

Kidsmart, Inc.

Lead Volunteer: Ron Moitzfield, President, Practical Business Solutions

Since 2006, College Summit has received over $90,000 in grant monies and in-kind support.
www.collegesummit.org

Loyola Academy

Lead Volunteer: Frank Guyol III, President, Ronnoco Coffee Company

Between 2003-2005 Loyola received over $105,200 in grant monies and in-kind support
www.loyolaacademy.org

Marian Middle School

Lead Volunter: David Scobee, Senior Vice President, Simmons First National Bank

In 2011, Marian Middle School received over $15,000 in grant monies and in-kind support
www.marianmiddleschool.org

Mentor St. Louis

Lead Volunteer: Cheryl Walker, President and General Counsel, Obasi Enterprises, LLC

Between 2002-2004 Mentor received over $121,000 in grant monies and in-kind support
www.mentorstlouis.org

Ready Readers

Lead Volunteer: Suzie Andrews, Partner, Stark Associates

Ready Readers has received over $35,000 in grant monies and in-kind support from SVP since January 2010.
www.readyreaders-stlouis.com

Springboard

Lead Volunteer: Lynn Yearwood, Community Volunteer

Springboard has received over $110,000 in grant monies and in-kind support from SVP since January 2007.
www.springboardtolearning.org

The St. Louis Black Rep

Lead Volunteer: Cheryl Walker, President and General Counsel, Obasi Enterprises, LLC

Since 2006 the Black Rep has received over $114,000 in grant monies and in-kind support.
www.theblackrep.org

Teach for America-St. Louis

Lead Volunteer: Debra Hollingsworth, Vice President, External Affairs, AT&T

Teach For America has received over $75,000 in grant monies and in-kind support from SVP since January 2009.
www.teachforamerica.org