North County Philanthropy Council brings nonprofit professionals, volunteers, donors and business together for one purpose – to change lives. Our connections are valuable and vital for a strong nonprofit community. We know there is power in sharing knowledge and by working together we can further strengthen the future of this area for the generations to come.
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San Diego County’s philanthropic community plays a central role in improving our quality of life every day. More than ever, we have an opportunity to highlight these positive stories through media coverage. As a giving community, we can proactively share the impact of our mission through focused marketing and public relation strategies. Join NCPC and the following media and digital marketing experts to hear how to get your organization's story told. Your Story, In The News Luncheon Panelists: Moderator: Scott…Find out more »
You are invited to join The Hive, Fitz Nonprofit Consulting, and North County Philanthropy Council for an afternoon of connection and socializing. The afternoon will begin with farm to patio appetizers and cocktails, followed by a conversation facilitated by Fitz Nonprofit Consulting around pain points within nonprofit work and brainstorming of solutions.Find out more »
FEATURED PREMIER MEMBER
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, the true mission of the Council for Supplier Diversity is to use Supplier Diversity initiatives as an engine for economic development in economically underserved communities.
We have identified the top five economically depressed communities in San Diego County and have established Economic Empowerment Zones (EEZ). Our EEZ program leverages the economic fuel created by the transactions between corporate America and the diverse business community. The program mobilizes diverse suppliers to take direct action to improve the economic outcomes in the highest poverty areas within our region. Read More >