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Non-Profit Purchasing Group
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Mission Statement
The Non-Profit Purchasing Group Inc. ("NPPG Inc.") is committed to lowering the recurring costs of small businesses and non-profit organizations by providing its members with discounted rates on their most commonly purchased goods and services. NPPG is also committed to reinvesting in the non-profit community by donating 10 percent of our net income to charity.

Why NPPG
NPPG is a GPO devoted to the small business and non-profit community. NPPG was founded by individuals with significant purchasing and product development experience as well as many years of involvement in the non-profit sector and corporate world. Not only do we know what your organization needs, we know how to get it at the best possible price. Our vendor partners were selected based on surveys of non-profits and small businesses throughout the country. We will continue to add vendors nationally, regionally and locally as our membership grows and recommends vendors. If you have a specialty vendor that you would like to do business with on a discounted basis, why not get us to negotiate a contract with them on your behalf. Do you have an upcoming project that requires negotiating expertise in order to come in under budget? Use our international buying expertise to get the right products at the right price at the right time.

Member Advisors
NPPG has Member Advisors (MA's) who are available to come alongside members and help walk them through the entire purchasing process. Whether it's answering any of your questions or helping set up your account with any one of our Vendor Partners, the Member Advisor is your one stop connection to everything that NPPG has to offer! To have a Member Advisor contact you and tell you all about our services, email customerservice@nonprofitpurchasinggroup.org today.

NPPG is a member of the Green Chamber of San Diego County.

Read the blog by NPPG Founder Dan Engel - Non-Profit Musings

Dan's Blog

The need for ownership in the context of non-profit management
The need for ownership in the context of non-profit management.
Embrace change!
Throughout my life, I’ve embraced change, whether in a major circumstance such as a career decision, or for simple things like restaurants I frequent. I think I’m among the minority here, as most people I encounter seem to be afraid … Continue reading
Government should follow the lead of our nation’s youth
As I read the very important messages that our federal government is sending about job creation, it occurred to me that government is missing the opportunity to send another message. How about a similar commitment to the non-profit world? I … Continue reading
My Favority New Year’s Resolution for Non-Profit Organizations
This year started out on a bad note for me as I walked into my office on January 3rd to find my computers had been stolen over the weekend. As I’ve worked with my on-line backup provider to restore my … Continue reading
What Does Volunteer Recognition Really Mean?
We’ve just completed another full season of the Miracle League of San Diego and this is the time I ponder what volunteer recognition means, and more importantly, what is required. In our case, we have about 250 regular weekly volunteers … Continue reading
Why I Admire Professional Athletes
I’m sure you are all sick and tired of hearing and reading negative reports about athletes in trouble with the law, accused of abuse, whining about their salaries, etc. I am too. But I believe that those athletes represent the … Continue reading
National Philanthropy Day – Why it’s important
I attended the AFP National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon today as a guest of the San Diego Padres. The Padres are a great example of a professional sports organization that recognizes how important it is to be a part of … Continue reading
Let Non-Profit Executives Do Their Job
Welcome to my first blog posting. My intent is to inform those who work, volunteer or manage in the non-profit world on trends and ideas that I encounter through my experience running and managing two non-profits as well as running … Continue reading
 

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