Impact in Numbers
Cardborigami’s mission is to provide temporary, transitional shelter and connections to social services to help get people off the streets. SVC consultants helped Cardborigami with developing a functional business plan, which will enable the company to begin production, distribution, and marketing of its shelters with a goal of creating an effective organizational strategy and a sustainable business model. SVC consultants: Ron Baker, Jarrod Fenstermacher, Arun Gopalan
High Voltage Youth Camp is a non-profit organization that provides educational as well as recreational programs for economically disadvantaged youth, ages 14-19, to realize their potential, build character, and to function effectively as contributing members of society. High Voltage Youth Camp sought assistance with planning for Youth Violence Prevention Week. The focus was in key areas: activities recommendations and marketing collaterals creation. The main goal was to attract as many at-risk youth as possible to attend the event in hopes of reducing teen violence in New Orleans. Deliverables Included:
1. Activities recommendation, including
2. Marketing collaterals, including
SVC Consultants: Joyce Satchavarodom and Chinonyem Obaji
Maryland Theatre for the Performing Arts, a new facility proposed in Annapolis, Md., is a multipurpose performing arts space aimed at elevating the local arts community and attracting premier talent to the region. The SVC team conducted several case studies on the effects of the entrance of large performing arts facilities on the surrounding arts communities.
SVC Undergraduate Consultants: Chris Coraggio, Rachel Epstein, Tian Tian Feng & Alan Yang
M.O.M.I.E.S. TLC is a D.C.-based nonprofit organization that aims to transform education for at-risk children of color through an educational model that uses social justice and cultural education as the foundation for improving academic outcomes for our children. SVC Consultants analyzed the organization’s current revenue-generating products and made recommendations on streamlining product offerings and implementing alternative fundraising strategies.
SVC Undergraduate Consultants: Jillian Chavis, Chris Coraggio, Evon Davis & Xiao Lin