Learn about SVCF's work, research and initiatives through our publications. 

About SVCF   |   SVCF Magazine  |  Recent initiatives and projects
Donor services and resources   |   Corporate services and resources 
Strategic grantmaking areas   |   Early education resources

About SVCF

Understand our work and mission: 

Financial Report

Year in Review

By the Numbers

Investing in the Common Good
SVCF's annual financial report

More financial documents

Year in Review
Highlights from our work in 2015

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Our Impact: 2016 By the Numbers

10 Years of Impact

World is Home

10 Years of Innovation and Impact

The World is Home: Case Study on SVCF's 10 Years of Impact

More about SVCF's 10th anniversary
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SVCF Magazine

The SVCF Magazine, published in the spring and fall each year, features stories of philanthropic problem-solving, identifies challenges and inspires participation in solutions: 

SVCF Fall 2016

2016 Spring Magazine

SVCF Magazine Fall 2015

SVCF Magazine Spring 2015

Ready to Learn
SVCF's Center for Early Learning's ambitious campaign to make high-quality early learning a priority

Advocacy Adds Up
How SVCF and partners fought in the legislature against math inequality

Saving Home
Inside the fight for better housing and transportation for Silicon Valley's workers

Partner Power
From big names to in-the-field nonprofits, joint efforts boost causes

For advertising opportunities, contact For other questions regarding the magazine, please email

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Recent initiatives and projects

Learn about other special projects from SVCF, including reports produced in partnership with other organizations:


South Coast Report

Anti-Payday Loan Report

My Brother's Keeper

Silicon Valley Competitiveness and Innovation Project - 2017San Mateo County's Forgotten South Coast ResidentsAnti-Payday Loan Ordinances in Three Metropolitan AreasMy Brother’s Keeper: San José
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Donor services and resources

SVCF works with individuals and families to craft personalized and impactful philanthropy strategies: 

Why Choose SVCF?

CPS Brochure

Donor Advised Funds

International Giving

Why choose SVCF?
We help bring your philanthropic vision to life

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Customized Philanthropy Services

More about our consulting services

Donor Advised Funds: Claims and Realities

More about DAFs

International Giving

More about giving globally

Charitable Options

Investment Manager Diversity Report

Comparing Charitable Options

More about SVCF's types of funds

Investment Manager Diversity Report

More about manager diversity
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Corporate services and resources

Understand how we partner with nearly 100 companies to help them achieve their philanthropic objectives, engage employees and leverage their business for the common good. Learn more!

Corporate Impact

Starting With Purpose

Global Employee Engagement Report

StubHub Case Study

Corporate Impact: 2015 By the Numbers

Startup's Guide to Social Responsibility

Global Employee Engagement Report

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Client Case Study: Stub Hub

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Strategic grantmaking areas

SVCF's strategic grantmaking focuses on four areas: economic security, education, immigration, and building strong communities. Learn about our work over the past 10 years in these four grantmaking areas: 

Economic Security Impact Report

Education Impact Report

Immigration Impact Report

Building Strong Communities Impact Report

Economic Security Impact Report

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Education Impact Report

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Immigration Impact Report

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Building Strong Communities Impact Report

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Early education resources

SVCF's Center for Early Learning provides research and resources to help parents and adults prepare children to succeed: 

Center for Early Learning

Kindergarten Readiness Guide

Measuring School Readiness

Center for Early Learning Fact Sheet

Learn more

Kindergarten Readiness Guide


Measuring Children's Readiness for School

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