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SPONSORS
 

The Social Innovation Fast Pitch is not possible without the financial contributions from our generous sponsors. We are looking for some of LA’s most prominent and forward-thinking corporations, foundations and individuals to support this event through sponsorship. Donations and grants are tax-deductible, and will benefit 20 LA-based nonprofits who participate in this year's program.

We are willing to be as creative and accommodating as possible with your sponsorship, as long as the ask falls within the spirit of the Social Innovation Fast Pitch. There are guidelines for sponsorship, but we are open to discussing opportunities and ideas with you.  Additional details about the Social Innovation Fast Pitch program are available upon request. 

Last year's sponsorship overview can be downloaded here.  If you are interested in sponsoring this high-profile and high-impact event, please contact Diane Helfrey at diane.helfrey @ lasvp.org or 310.281.7509.

Meet our Supporters!

 
The Annenberg Foundation The Annenberg Foundation
The Annenberg Foundation is a private family foundation that provides funding and support to nonprofit organizations in the United States and globally. The Foundation and its Board of Directors are also directly involved in the community with innovative projects that further its mission to advance the public well-being through improved communication. The Foundation encourages the development of effective ways to share ideas and knowledge.
www.annenbergfoundation.org

 
Social Innovation Fast Pitch Coaches Social Innovation Fast Pitch Coaches
The Social Innovation Fast Pitch co-hosts would like to give special thanks and recognition to the coaches.  In addition to the time, dedication, enthusiasm and talent they contributed to make the training program a success, many of these volunteers supported the program by making individual, anonymous financial donations.  Thank you for the lasting difference you have made.
socialinnovationpitch.org/pp/com/page2/p/get_involved

 
California Community Foundation California Community Foundation
The California Community Foundation (CCF) is a public, nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the people of Los Angeles, and plays several major roles in the community.  CCF encourages and guides philanthropy by individuals, families, companies and organizations, and serves as a steward of their funds and legacies.  CCF is a grantmaker to local nonprofit organizations primarily in the arts, education, health care, housing and neighborhoods, and human development.  CCF is a partner to other nonprofits in addressing the unique needs of vulnerable populations such as local youth emancipated from foster care, adults with developmental disabilities, and the elderly.  CCF actively engages in community problem solving – from chronic issues to emergencies and disasters – with business, civic, community and other leading organizations.
www.calfund.org

 
The Capital Group Charitable Foundation The Capital Group Charitable Foundation
The Capital Group Companies is a global investment management firm serving individuals, families, corporations, governments and non-profit organizations. Founded in 1931, the Capital Group is the home of American Funds, one of the three largest mutual fund families in the United States. Their approach to charitable giving celebrates the passion of their 7,500 associates in 22 offices. The Capital Group associates give generously of their time and resources to serve the communities in which they live and work.  The organization supports those efforts with additional philanthropic giving.
www.capgroup.com

 
The Nicholas Endowment The Nicholas Endowment
The mission of the Nicholas Endowment is to enrich the community and the world by supporting the performing and visual arts, assisting in the advancement of science and education, and engaging other charities to make a difference in people’s lives. They accomplish this mission by partnering with other charitable organizations, being attentive to their programs, providing leadership, direction and accountability, and giving meaningful support to selected causes.
www.nicholas-endowment.org

 
Beverly Hills Women's Club Beverly Hills Women's Club
The Beverly Hills Women's Club uses its historic venue to offer cultural, educational, social, and philanthropic programs, thus enhancing community spirit. BHWC provided facilities for 2011 Social Innovation Fast Pitch Presentation Workshop and Coaching Sessions.
www.bhwomensclub.org

 
Harris myCFO Harris myCFO
Harris myCFO (“My Comprehensive Family Office”), views wealth management in terms of advocacy—on behalf of you, your family, your objectives and your values. They believe in listening before speaking, and understanding before advising. Since its establishment, Harris myCFO has been providing comprehensive family office guidance and services, including integrated and customized investment advisory, income tax planning and compliance, wealth management, philanthropy, financial planning, concierge, financial reporting, expense management, and bill paying to high-net-worth families and individuals across the nation.
www.harrismycfo.com

 
USC Marshall Society & Business Lab USC Marshall Society & Business Lab
The USC Marshall Society and Business Lab (SBL) provides opportunities for USC students, faculty, and other individuals to use business principles to solve world problems. Through education, programs, events, and career development, the SBL inspires the next generation of enlightened business leaders and social entrepreneurs.
www.marshall.usc.edu/faculty/centers/sbl

 
 
 
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For more information please call 310.281.7509 or email: info @ lasvp.org

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