Silicon Valley Council Of Nonprofits

Rating: 5 stars   9 reviews


1400 Parkmoor Ave. Suite 130 San Jose CA 95126 USA


Magnify the influence and contribution of nonprofit businesses in Santa Clara County


Increased voice and recognition of the Nonprofit sector in Santa Clara County Advocated for thousands of dollars be restored to Senior Nutrition, Youth Services, Juvenile Justice and a variety of health and human services Over 150 people annually attend our Health Care Reform Conferences to bring key information on the impact of the Affordable Care Act to the clients served by Nonprofits

Target demographics:

advocate and empower the local nonprofit community, especially focused around our 200 health and human service member agencies.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

over 500 nonprofit agencies

Geographic areas served:

Santa Clara County


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Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

SVCN provided the stepping stone I needed to transition away from Santa Clara University and into my career in public service. This organization is run by highly dedicated professionals in the health and human services sector who advocate tirelessly for their clients. My internship experience was not only a great networking opportunity, where I was introduced to elected officials and various leaders in the nonprofit sector, but also a great source of work experience, where I was trusted to tackle my own projects and serve on the front lines of nonprofit advocacy (including speaking in before the San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed!).

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