On Wednesday July 21, the five organizations that engaged in the spring cohort SVP’s Full Circle impact accelerator pitched their impact to an audience of nearly 100 nonprofit leaders, foundation leaders, entrepreneurs and SVP Partners.
Congratulations to Bibi Al-Ebrahim from Amizade, Jenna Baron from Alliance for Refugee Youth Support & Education (ARYSE), Fr. Paul Abernathy from FOCUS Pittsburgh, Walter Lewis from Homewood Children’s Village and Averyl Hall from Just Harvest for their dynamic pitches.
Each Full Circle nonprofit will receive $2,000 for their engagement in the program. Congratulations to Jenna and Team ARYSE for winning the audience choice award and taking home an additional $500. These pitches are the culminating event of the Spring Full Circle impact accelerator program. Following their participation in the program, Full Circle alumni nonprofits receive ongoing advising and support from SVP.
SVP Pittsburgh would like to thank and recognize the generous support of our sponsors whose contributions enable the success of the Spring Pitch event.
SVP Pittsburgh would like to recognize Innovation Works – one of the region’s leading technology and startup investors for hosting the Spring Pitch Event in their beautiful headquarters in the Northside.
SVP Pittsburgh would like to recognize and thank our media sponsor for the pitch event StudioMe – the first self-guided studio where users from novice to professional can create their own high quality video, photo and audio content!