Connect with a community of nonprofits, foundations and mission-driven organizations who support one another in addressing social issues.
Our Social Venture Partner network of business leaders and social entrepreneurs care deeply about our community and want to invest in results. Partners engage their minds, experience and relationships to play an active role in solving complex social issues.
As the Austin chapter of Social Venture Partners International, you become part of a 3500+ global network of philanthropists and change-makers.
Meet the hundreds of community leaders who make up our local partner network.
BECOME A PARTNER
Join a network of philanthropists who are leading change in our community.
- Share your expertise and resources with Austin’s most innovative nonprofits.
- Guide social entrepreneurs in developing business and growth strategies.
- Participate in creative and emerging forms of social impact investing.
SUPPORTERS & INVESTORS
We invest our capital in high-performing organizations that are making big strides in solving community problems. Multiply your impact in our community by supporting Mission Capital and our investees.
- Participate in new ways to invest in social innovators and high-performing organizations.
- Support the work of Austin’s social sector through high-impact investments.
- Sponsor an event and gain exposure among nonprofit leaders, social entrepreneurs and community activists.
Membership allows me to do more in the community and focus on our mission.
We all have a lot of opportunities to write checks to support organizations in the community. But here we have the opportunity to engage our minds, our experience, our relationships to really be catalysts for change in our community.
They are very intellectually curious, have deep entrepreneurial and professional experience and care passionately about community impact, so it’s an incredible group of people to be part of.
The exposure and knowledge that Austin Youth River Watch has gained through that community have been invaluable.
We’ve met so many people in the community that we would have taken us years to develop without Mission Capital.