Social Enterprise Ventures LLC

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About Social Enterprise Ventures

Bill Murray

The success of your project is how we measure the success of Social Enterprise Ventures.  Read these articles to learn more about working with SEV. 

Our Wonderful Clients

Colorado Nonprofit Social Enterprise Exchange A project of interSector Partners, L3C and JVoyles Nonprofit Consulting

Care and Share Food Bank

Children's Health Advocacy Institute

Colorado Youth for a Change

Denver Children's Advocacy Center

Girls Inc.

Plains Conservation Center

The Gathering Place

Youth On Record


Amarillo Area Foundation/Nonprofit Service Center, Amarillo Texas

Social Services Agencies

Alta Mira Specialized Family Services, Albuquerque, NM

Amarillo Family YMCA

Amarillo Senior Citizen's Association

Another Chance House, Amarillo Texas

Audubon Area Community Services, Owensboro Kentucky

Cancer Survivor's Network, Albuquerque New Mexico

Casa Esperanza, Albuquerque New Mexico

Children's Future Hillsborough, Tampa Florida (collaboration of 20 partner organizations)

Community Stepping Stones, Tampa Florida

Dismas House New Mexico, Albuquerque

Dream Tree Project, Taos NM

Family Support Services, Amarillo Texas

Gasparilla Distance Classic, Tampa Florida

Kansas Centers for Independent Living

Meals on Wheels and More, Abilene, TX

Police Athletic League, Tampa Florida

Positive Spin, Tampa Florida

Prairie Independent Living Resources, Hutchinson KS

Red River Valley Community Action Agency, Grand Forks North Dakota

Ronald McDonald House Charities, Amarillo Texas

Self Reliance, Inc., Tampa Florida

Tampa Heights Jr. Civic Association, Tampa Florida

The Skills Center, Tampa Florida

USF Pre School for Creative Learning, Tampa Florida

Other Nonprofit Agencies

Adirondack Community Action Programs, Elizabethtown New York

Amarillo Botanical Gardens

Bishop DeFalco Retreat Center, Amarillo Texas

Center for Nonprofit Stewardship, Philomath Oregon

Community Action Association of New Mexico, Albuquerque New Mexico

Denton Texas Area Agencies, Amarillo Texas

Don Harrington Discovery Center

Earth Force, Tampa Florida

Globe News Center for the Performing Arts

Healthy Together, Tampa Florida

High Plains Food Bank, Amarillo Texas

Llano Cemetery, Amarillo Texas

Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Rome New York

New Life Homes, Albuquerque, NM

New York State Community Action Association, Guilderland New York

Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay

Regional Economic CAP, Fort Edward, New York

Rollins College- Philanthropy and Non Profit Leadership Center, Winter Park Florida

Washington County EOC, Owego New York

Texas Brazos Trails CVBs

Texas Forest Trail

Texas Forts Trail

Texas Independence Trail

Texas Lakes Trail

Texas Mountain Trail

Texas Pecos Trail

Texas Plains Trail

Texas Tropical Trail

Tioga Opportunities, Ithaca New York

Tompkins Community Action, Cortland New York

WESST, Albuquerque, NM

Wyoming County Community Action, Perry New York


Wow! My head us still reeling! 2 days, 2 groups, 1,000 ideas... Really good. Really, really good! You light the fire of imagination. You breathe energy into possibility. You give legs to hope. You dispel unrealities, break down walls, and force honest, calculated assessment. Thank you!

Kim Phillips

Free has turned to fee. . . . Given this funding environment . . . we have taken some major hits but we are growing our programs, we are not shrinking and we are not laying off people. Our Transcare program is now a mature business and it is really pumping out some money. If we hadn't done that we would be in a heap of hurt.

Donna Todd
The Crisis Center

I was thinking before our last Social Enterprise session ended - What a great exercise in group-think this has been. Definitely worth the on-site, team training experience as opposed to individual learning.

Joyce Fleck
Tri-Cap Community Action

This was one of the best trainings I have attended and I have been to many over the past 26 years with the agency. The training was great due to the materials provided, the feedback and support received from the trainers during the training. I highly recommend this training!

Joan Tarantino
Washington County EOC, Inc.

We believe in that class, it was like a sermon! It gave you a new way of thinking. How can we sustain our program? In social service there is the old way of doing things: we depend on the grant, we depend on the state and federal funds. Now it is: Okay, you can self sustain, you can depend on you.

Harriett Scott
Positive Spin directors and I were talking about your Social Venture training and how positive it was for us as a management team.

Alan Jones
Adirondack Community Action Programs, Inc.