Monday, May 14, 2012

DSVP Social Innovation Luncheon Series

Dallas Social Venture Partners will host a luncheon and panel on "Collective Impact" to discuss the ambitious initiative to improve Dallas school achievement for every child every step of the way through collaboration by leaders in the education, community, civic, business and philanthropic sectors.

 DSVP Social Innovation Luncheon Series
Friday, May 18, 2012
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Tower Club at Thanksgiving Tower

The stellar panel includes local thought leaders Susan Hoff of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Todd Williams of Commit!, Regina Nippert of the Center on Communities and Education at Simmons, and Danny Henley of the Zero-to-Five Funders Collaborative.  Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased at

“Collective Impact,” asserts that large-scale change requires broad, cross-sector coordination. Dallas is home to several such programs who share the ambitious mission of improving student educational achievement.

The Partners of DSVP strengthen North Texas through the thoughtful application of their collective dollars and business expertise. Working in concert with nonprofit staff and board members, Partners’ pro bono business expertise, alongside with financial investments, is deployed to help nonprofits build capacity and become sustainable for the future.

DSVP invests in promising nonprofit organizations that serve at-risk children and/or support educational achievement in North Texas.

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