The Social Venture Fund (SVF) at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business accepts business plans on a yearly cycle, from early September through late October. We seek innovative, high-impact, for-profit social enterprises in which to invest. As the nation’s first student-led impact investing fund, the SVF currently has nine companies in its portfolio. Read about them here.
We are currently accepting business plans for our 2018-2019 investment cycle until Friday, November 2nd, 2018. To submit your business please send a copy of your business plan to .
SVF invests in US-based, for-profit social enterprises working in the areas of Education, Food Systems & Environment, Health, and Urban Revitalization. We make minority investments ranging from $50,000 – $100,000 through preferred equity or convertible debt securities, in businesses whose products or services have been validated through customer usage, revenue, or market place traction. If you know of a business that meets these criteria, they may submit an executive summary and business plan.
If you have any questions please contact Lawrence Chen at [email protected].