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Unmatched social sector experience

We understand that while some challenges cut across the social sector, each part of the sector has its own unique context and faces distinct challenges. Thanks to more than 10 years of working with not-for-profits, government and funders, we have developed a deep understanding of these ecosystems and the drivers for strengthening the sector’s ability to create lasting impact.

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Disability

SVA Consulting supports organisations to transform and do more for people with disability while ensuring financial sustainability so that people with disability can have real choice and control.

Education

SVA Consulting works with government, not-for-profits and funders to promote equity and support improved learning and development outcomes across the education landscape.

Employment

Meaningful employment can lead to positive outcomes for individuals and communities. We work with clients across the sector to create meaningful employment opportunities for all.

Family Violence

Family violence can be a key driver of disadvantage. SVA supports the family violence sector and mainstream services in their important work to end violence.

First Australians

SVA has a vision for a Reconciled Australia and works with clients to strengthen their ability to deliver meaningful change.

Housing

At SVA Consulting we work with our clients across the housing ecosystem to support them to provide more people with a safe place to call home.

Mental Health

We support organisations across the prevention, early intervention, crisis support and recovery spectrum to improve mental health outcomes.

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We know that disadvantage is a complex issue requiring a multi-dimensional approach. We work across many sectors, get in touch to discuss your specific interest.

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The SVA Quarterly is the leading management publication for the social sector, sharing insights from our work and across the sector, to prompt learning and discussion on leading practice.

SVA Quarterly