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By PRWEB | San Diego, CA May 14, 2013

Non Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG), a nationwide purchasing group dedicated to nonprofit organizations all across Canada and USA, has teamed up with Bigger-Brains, a global eLearning provider, to provide NPPG’s members with uniquely engaging business training courses at a special NPPG discounted rate.

The Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG), leading group purchasing organization exclusively serving the non-profit community, announced today the addition of Bigger-Brains, another quality vendor partner to its already extensive supplier list.

The Non Profit Purchasing Group’s newest vendor, Bigger-Brains, provides premier eLearning courses to increase employee productivity. In addition to helping employees be more productive in their jobs, studies show that a high quality training program like Bigger-Brains can aid in employee retention, something that is critical for non-profits. According to a 2010 Louis Harris and Associates poll, 41 percent of workers at companies with inadequate training programs plan to leave within a year, compared with 12 percent at organizations with excellent programs.”

“We like to specialize in doing things the hard way,” said Chip Reaves, President of Bigger-Brains. “Most training providers create their courses at the trainer’s desk, on a computer. We want to provide the best possible online training experience, so we build ours in a full studio, with multiple HD cameras, interactive dialogue, and professional post-production. We’re proud to be able to make our high quality training available to help NPPG members and their employees to be more productive.”

Bigger-Brains top courses include training for Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and QuickBooks. These courses are available for immediate access by NPPG members. In addition companies who set up accounts on Bigger Brains can add their own custom training as well.

“We come across so many organizations that use great volunteers to help out with a lot of their administrative work, but who don’t necessarily have the most up-to-date training on tools that are necessary to do the work,” exclaimed NPPG Incorporated’s President and CEO, Alex Golin. “Tight budgets, timelines and lack of resources don’t allow these nonprofits the ability to keep on top of their training resources. This is where the ability to access a great resource like Bigger Brains at an affordable price makes it so critical for our NPPG members!”

Currently NPPG works with more than 100 vendors all of whom offer products and services to NPPG members at a fraction of the original cost.

About NPPG:
The Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG) is the first Group Purchasing Organization (“GPO”) dedicated exclusively to the non-profit and small business communities in both Canada and the United States. NPPG is committed to lowering the recurring costs of organizations by providing members with discounted rates on their most commonly purchased goods and services. NPPG is a membership based group that provides members with an online access portal to over a hundred different vendor partners, including Dell computers, Enterprise, and Recall. NPPG members have access to a variety of products and services where the discounted rates have already been pre-negotiated on their behalf. The company operates by its slogan: “Helping Those Who Help Others” and company mission to provide non-profits with effective resources that help organizations fulfill their missions.

About Bigger-Brains:
Bigger-Brains is a global eLearning content provider, specializing in uniquely engaging courses for business professionals. All Bigger-Brains courses feature an interactive Teacher/Learner format and are filmed in a TV-style multi-camera studio in order to create content that keeps the user interested and engaged with the material.

Headquartered in Anderson, South Carolina, Bigger-Brains premium eLearning solutions are used by businesses around the world.


By PRWEB | Simi Valley, California May 09, 2013

Coast to Coast founder continues success by partnering with new company dedicated to helping people.

Coast to Coast Computer Products has generated its financial success and consistent growth through giving people second chances. At Coast to Coast many of the employees are former convicts and recovering addicts. Giving people second chances and changing lives has paid off through the years. Currently Coast to Coast distributes over 50 million dollars a year of ink and toner products to corporate accounts nationwide, employs 200 people, and has shown growth 26 of the 27 years they have been in business.

Rick Roussin, CEO and founder of Coast to Coast Computer Products, is no stranger to addiction himself. Roussin created Coast to Coast when he was 24 years old and only 60 days clean from drugs and alcohol. In 1985 when Roussin created Coast to Coast he decided to give people with pasts similar to his own an opportunity. He provides his employees with the best compensation plan in the industry while creating a culture dedicated to the personal growth of each person. New hires are often found through half way houses and are put through rigorous training and coaching, with many of them coming out on top.

Stacie Henrich started working at Coast to Coast in 2009 and like many of her coworkers is a modern day rags to riches story. When Henrich started she was 37 years old, on food stamps and living in her parents’ house with her 10 year old daughter. Henrich now makes nearly a quarter of a million dollars a year, purchased her first home, has a 401k and drives a Mercedes.

“I myself was strung out on drugs and alcohol at a young age. My own road to recovery taught me that many talented, good people might end up down the wrong path and deserve a second and sometimes a third or fourth chance,” said Roussin. “People who may be caught up now need to know there is a solution and hope for them too. Of course there is a risk associated with hiring people with a tainted past, however overall the good far outweighs the bad.”

Coast to Coast isn’t Roussin’s only venture committed to making a difference. In 2011 Roussin partnered with Jenifer Rose to create It’s My Community Store, an office supply company that donates up to 10% of every order back to the charity of the customers choosing. It’s My Community Store is located in Northern Nevada but supplies customers and partners with charities across the nation.

“Rick has a highly motivational, positive attitude, with a don’t-quit-until-you-win expectation and amazing energy level. I’ve actually never seen anyone like him,” said Rose, CEO of It’s My Community Store. “Rick has been successful in helping people stay clean and sober and now we plan to be successful at raising money for charities through a product category businesses are already buying every day. We are excited to provide continued support to our elderly, our sick children, our veterans and thru the many wonderful causes that need support.”

During the development of It’s My Community Store Rose knew that Roussin would be the perfect partner. When she was ready to launch, Rose made the phone call and Roussin did not hesitate to help build another company that would change people’s lives.

With the help of Roussin, It’s My Community Store has been very successful in its first year. Now the company offers more than eight thousand products and gives back to more than 67 non-profits in five states. Rose says the company is continuing to grow and reach across the country helping more and more people every day and continues to win bids from large companies like the Non Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG), a national buying group containing over 800 members.

“It is no longer about a Post-it note or a toner cartridge, it’s about that same Post-it note, helping a child with cancer or a veteran get the help they need,” said Rose.

“We’ve helped a lot of people stay clean and sober at Coast to Coast, we are experiencing great success and plan to continue for years to come. I’m excited at the opportunity to grow a second company committed to giving back,” said Roussin.

Roussin is committed to giving people second chances and helping them stay clean and sober, while Rose is committed to creating a steady revenue stream for charities across the country. Two people partnered together to build companies that are based on the simple principle of supporting people and communities.

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For more information, or to schedule an interview with Rick Roussin or Jenifer Rose please contact Aaron at aaron(at)itsmycommunitystore(dot)com or by phone at (775)741-5041.

Coast to Coast was founded 25 years ago with a few basic principles:

  •     To provide our customers with excellent customer service by highly trained experts with products that save time and money and the environment at cost effective prices.
  •     To provide our employees with best compensation plan in our industry while creating a culture dedicated to the personal growth of each person. Happy employees equals happy customers.

Message from Rick Roussin, CEO: http://www.coastcoast.com/about_message-from-ceo.asp

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2013


Read more: http://www.timesunion.com/business/press-releases/article/Company-Experiences-26-Years-of-Growth-with-70-4501299.php#ixzz2TrwbubuV



By (PRWEB) | San Diego, CA May 07, 2013

Group purchasing organization exclusively serving the non-profit community, Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG), teams up with It’s My Community Store, to provide members with premier office supplies while simultaneously giving back to the non-profit community.

Leading group purchasing organization exclusively serving the non-profit community, Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG), announced today its partnership with philanthropy driven office supply company, It’s My Community Store.

It’s My Community Store provides NPPG members with the chance to save money and support non-profits at the same time. NPPG members will have the ability to order office, printer, and fax supplies from It’s My Community Store at an extremely favorable price point available only to members. It’s My Community Store will donate as much as ten percent of the revenue from every order to a non-profit or charity of the customer’s choice. NPPG members who are also registered non-profits can be added to the It’s My Community Store website and will receive a quarterly donation of up to ten percent of their supporters’ orders and others who select their non-profit at check out.

This mutually beneficial relationship guarantees NPPG members receive the best quality items while contributing to causes dear to their hearts. Both NPPG and It’s My Community Store are ecstatic about the positive impact the partnership will have for NPPG members and charitable initiatives worldwide.

"We felt that it was important for our members to not only save money," commented Alex Golin, President & CEO of NPPG Inc."But to be given the opportunity continue passing a blessing forward. Whether they want to assign the proceeds to their own charity or someone else's nonprofit organizations and charities can both benefit from purchasing their office supplies through the Non Profit Purchasing Group's vendor partnership with It's My Community Store."

“I could not be more excited about partnering with NPPG. We have always been a charity based business that makes a donation with every order placed. Now we are partnering with a charity based buying group. The fit could not be any better,” beamed Jenifer Rose, CEO of It’s My Community Store.

About The Non-Profit Purchasing Group:
The Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG) is the first Group Purchasing Organization (“GPO”) dedicated exclusively to the non-profit and small business communities in both Canada and the United States. NPPG is committed to lowering the recurring costs of organizations by providing members with discounted rates on their most commonly purchased goods and services. NPPG is a membership based group that provides members with an online access portal to over a hundred different vendor partners, including Dell computers, Enterprise, and Recall. NPPG members have access to a variety of products and services where the discounted rates have already been pre-negotiated on their behalf. The company operates by its slogan: “Helping Those Who Help Others” and company mission to provide non-profits with effective resources that help organizations fulfill their missions.

About It’s My Community Store:
It’s My Community store is an office supply company dedicated to giving back to the community. Up to 10 percent of every order is donated to a local charity or non-profit of the customers choosing. This income allows non-profits and charities to help underprivileged children, build homes in their community and provide funding for cancer research. Established in 2011, It’s My Community Store continuously adds non-profits and charities as well as businesses dedicated to helping the community. Visit our website at http://www.itsmycommunitystore.com and follow us on Facebook & Twitter.


By PRWEB | San Diego, CA - April 23, 2013

Group purchasing organization exclusively serving the non-profit community, Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG), announces its partnership with GPS green fleet management software provider FieldLogix. NPPG members can now track employee driving habits and fuel consumption to increase efficiency across the board.

Leading group purchasing organization exclusively serving the non-profit community, Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG), announced today its partnership with GPS green fleet management software provider FieldLogix. NPPG members can now track employee driving habits and fuel consumption to increase efficiency across the board.

NPPG members who opt for the FieldLogix GPS Fleet Management and Driver Behavior Program will be able to improve the way they track, connect, and manage workers and assets. The software provides employers with real-time feedback allowing them to make adjustments immediately. FieldLogix’s Green GPS tracking solution provides clients with a tool that can improve driver behavior in order to reduce fuel consumption.

The FieldLogix software stores all traveled routes and regularly provides updates of the vehicle’s current location. A quick analysis of this data allows companies to increase efficiencies and reduce operating costs. The system helps managers monitor driver safety by measuring aggressive driving behaviors. The software also offers a sophisticated route planning and dispatching tool for fleets to help improve response times and reduce route deviations.

Alex Golin, President and CEO of NPPG Incorporated, explains his excitement over bringing FieldLogix on board, "Our partnership with FieldLogix is a perfect fit for both our members as well as our organization. Not only do they operate in Canada and the U.S. and use the latest technology and software, FieldLogix focuses on saving time, energy and money while looking out for the environment. This is exactly what the Non Profit Purchasing Group is all about, and why we fit so well together!"

To take advantage of the FieldLogix software NPPG members simply log into their account, select the FieldLogix vendor, and proceed to purchase. NPPG offers its members unparalleled discounts to aid in the efficient running of their companies.

About The Non-Profit Purchasing Group:
The Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG) is the first Group Purchasing Organization (“GPO”) dedicated exclusively to the non-profit and small business communities in both Canada and the United States. NPPG is committed to lowering the recurring costs of organizations by providing members with discounted rates on their most commonly purchased goods and services. NPPG is a membership-based group that provides members with an online access portal to over a hundred different vendor partners, including Dell computers, Enterprise, and Staples. NPPG members have access to a variety of products and services where the discounted rates have already been pre-negotiated on their behalf. The company operates by its slogan: “Helping Those Who Help Others” and company mission to provide non-profits with effective resources that help organizations fulfill their missions.

About FieldLogix
Since 2002, FieldLogix has helped companies become more efficient. It has since become an award-winning provider of vehicle and asset management solutions. Its flagship GPS fleet tracking product is used by companies throughout North America in order to reduce fuel consumption and improve employee productivity. The company has gained significant recognition by being selected as one of the fastest growing private companies as well as one of the most Admired Companies in the San Diego region.


By PR Web | San Diego, CA April 16, 2013

Group purchasing organization exclusively serving the non-profit community, Non-Profit Purchasing Group, has partnered with payment services provider NXGEN to launch NXGIVE donation program.

Leading group purchasing organization exclusively serving the non-profit community, Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG), announced today its partnership with payment services provider NXGEN to launch the revolutionary merchant services program NXGIVE to help support charitable causes.

The Non-Profit Purchasing Group created the merchant services program to help fund its community member’s non-profit initiatives. NPPG urges all of its businesses that execute credit card transactions to participate in this innovative program. The NXGIVE program was established to not only support charitable causes throughout the NPPG community, but to lower the cost of payment processing for its wide array of non-profit customers. Non-Profit Purchasing Group always strives to provide its customers with the best products at unbeatable prices. The NXGIVE program is yet another effort by NPPG to alleviate the costs of commonly purchased goods and services for non-profit organizations.

To participate in the NXGIVE program and begin saving now, members of NPPG must switch to NXGEN for credit card processing services. From that point on, a revenue share percentage from each credit card transaction will be donated back to that non-profit organization’s charity of choice. The donation will be taken from NXGEN’s profits at no charge to the customer. For more information regarding NXGIVE call Dennis O’Brien at 206-402-4616 or call Alex Golin at 1-866-THX-NPPG to find out how an NPPG membership can benefit your organization.

About The Non-Profit Purchasing Group:
The Non-Profit Purchasing Group (NPPG) is the first Group Purchasing Organization (“GPO”) dedicated exclusively to the non-profit communities in both Canada and the United States. NPPG is committed to lowering the recurring costs of organizations by providing members with discounted rates on their most commonly purchased goods and services. NPPG is a membership based group that provides members with an online access portal to over a hundred different vendor partners, including Dell computers, Enterprise, and Staples. NPPG members have access to a variety of products and services where the discounted rates have already been pre-negotiated on their behalf. The company operates by its slogan: “Helping Those Who Help Others” and the company mission to provide non-profits with effective resources that help organizations fulfill their missions. For more information visit http://www.nppg.org or call 1-866-THX-NPPG.


By Janet Driscoll Miller |

I’m sure that the headline of this article seems too good to be true, but it’s not. Surprisingly, many nonprofit organizations still are unaware of the Google Grant and its potential for them.

What is the Google Grant?

The Google Grant provides up to $10,000/month in free advertising on the Google AdWords platform. To qualify, your organization must be a non-profit [501(c)(3)], as well as meet other eligibility requirements. The account can be used for a variety of purposes, including outreach, fundraising and volunteer recruitment. There is no set end date to the grant. As long as you continue to use it, the account will remain active. The Grant is fairly simple to apply for, and I’ve not yet seen a qualified applicant be turned down.

How can I determine my eligibility?

As previously mentioned, your organization must first hold 501(c)(3) status (or Canadian equivalent), as determined by the IRS. However, certain types of organizations are not eligible, such as:

Government entities and organizations
Hospitals and health care organizations
Schools, childcare centers, academic institutions, and universities (except the philanthropic arms of these organizations)
Only one membership is allowed per organization. So, for instance, if you are a branch or local office of a larger organization, you may not be eligible.

What do I have to do to apply?

To apply, your organization must be a member of the Google for Nonprofits program, which provides access to multiple opportunities for nonprofits in addition to the grant. To apply, go to https://google-for-nonprofits.appspot.com/application and fill out the application.

After you fill out the application, be patient. Google may take up to five months to approve your application, although I’ve generally seen approvals in one to two months.

How can I qualify for more?

After you qualify for the Google Grant, there’s even more good news -- you can qualify for even more free advertising! Grantees can also be approved for a larger grant amount through the Grantspro program.

To qualify, you first must attain the Google Grant and reach $9,500 in total ad spend in that account for two months during a 12-month period. That may not seem difficult, but certain restrictions applied to the Google Grant do make that goal challenging.

First, the maximum cost per click in a Google Grants AdWords account is limited to $1. As anyone with AdWords experience will tell you, that’s not always a very high bid. Sometimes that bid limit holds your ad back, pushing it to the second page of search results, where there is much less visibility and often leads to lower click-through rate. Without a substantial amount of clicks, it will be difficult to meet the $9,500 goal threshold.

Additionally, unlike daily budgets in regular Google AdWords accounts, accounts in the Google Grant have a set limit of $333.33 as a daily budget. To reach the $9,500 goal in a given month, your account must spend nearly all of the daily budget every day with little leftover. However, there’s often a decrease in click on the weekends, sometimes making it challenging to approach the $333.33 daily budget limit and thus sometimes making it difficult to reach the full $9,500 monthly goal. According to Google, the average monthly grantee is only about $300/month, or a mere 3% of the full potential.

Once you achieve the spending goals with your Google Grant, you must then take a quiz to qualify for a higher grant level (Grantspro), worth $40,000/month -- $480,000 in free advertising with Google per year. Impressive.

So what are you waiting for? If you’re a nonprofit, get started today! You’ve got nothing to lose –- only clicks, traffic, donations and volunteers to gain.

By Vocus PR Web, Toronto | Friday, April 29, 2011.

In order to provide a greater explanation of all of it's Vendor Partner's product and service offers,  NPPG has updated it's www.nppg.ca website to allow greater access to the supplier's local web pages.  Now, non-members that want to find out about what each Vendor Partner has to offer them, can simply click on the suppliers logo and receive a full page of details about who they are and what they do.  NPPG President Alex Golin feels this will be an even better way for the word to get out to the non-profit organizations.  "We have listened to our members" said Golin, "and gave them an easier way to share our website with other non-profit organizations.  Before you used to have to become a member just to see what each supplier had to offer, but now you get all of the same information even if you are just researching.  The only difference is that you receive the access and coupon codes only once you become a member of NPPG."

Starting at $99 per year, memberships are extremely reasonable for those non-profits who want to save lots of money but remain on a tight budget.

By Peter McManus | March 1, 2011

Churches and Other Non-Profits Need to Take Advantage of Purchasing Groups.

 

The state of the economy seems to be on the mind of a lot of charities and non-profit organizations these days.  “We just don’t have any room in our budget,” is a common statement in the church hallways and around water coolers at non-profit associations, especially when tithing and giving is down.  With reduced incomes, people give less, and therefore charities have less to operate with.  Once your budgets are slashed, the next step is usually to reduce your spending or else cut down your programs (In serious circumstances those programs may not even survive).  But what if you could find a way to still do the things that you needed to do, but it just cost less?  What if smaller groups could negotiate the same types of discounts as the larger businesses? These were the questions that challenged myself, and led me to start up The Non-Profit Purchasing Group of Canada. 

NPPG Canada was started because we felt that there was a real need in the non-profit sector to have someone that would look out for the group’s better interests.  I’ve been part of many different purchasing groups in the business world when I was a Buyer and Category Manager; I knew firsthand about their ability to create huge savings through the sheer volume of multiple members combining their purchasing powers together, as if they were one account.  But the non-profit sector is much more disjointed than retail companies, with a huge disparity between the needs of medical offices, churches, fundraising charities, as well as athletic organizations and international aid groups.  When you add performing arts groups, schools, social aid programs and animal shelters, you begin to see that Canada has a wide variety of groups that all classify themselves as “Not For Profit”.  Negotiating on behalf of everyone is where the concept all comes together.

The concept is very simple, really.  We negotiate prices with best-in-class providers of products and services based upon the overall volume of business we are going to send them each year.  Any member of NPPG Canada can now access that discounted price at any time, regardless of what the amount is for each order.  Whether you order $50 or $500 worth of printing, for example, your pricing would be the same as if you purchased $500,000 worth!  And the more products and services we purchase as a group, the greater leverage we have to negotiate even better deals in the future!  Finally the smaller non-profit organizations can get the same (if not better) prices that large corporate companies receive.  If you would like to see the amount of savings your organization could achieve based on your current purchases, we have provided a savings calculator right on the website so that you can immediately see your benefits.  To find out more about what The Non-Profit Purchasing Group of Canada can do for your organization, please check out www.nppg.ca or call 1-403-973-4349.

NPPG Canada is committed to lowering the recurring costs of non-profit organizations by providing its members with discounted rates on their most commonly purchased goods and services. We are also committed to giving back to the non-profit community by donating 10 percent of our net income to charity. You can also purchase a membership and donate it to your local church or favourite charity in order to help them save money. 


By PRWeb | Thursday, January 13, 2011 12:00 PM MT

Non-Profits Now Have a Better Way to Purchase Thanks to an Organization that is Looking Out for Their Best Interests

 

CALGARY, A.B., Canada. – The Non-Profit Purchasing Group of Canada announced today that non-profit organizations and charities nationwide have an opportunity to save money on their everyday purchases of products and services through a discounted website at www.nppg.ca.

“With the current tough economic conditions, donations to most non-profit organizations in Canada have been declining for the past two years,” said NPPG Canada President Alex Golin.  “After the first year, many groups simply tightened their belts, but now with a second straight slow year, a lot of non-profits are having to take a serious look at either cutting back their programs or laying off people.  To a large organization, downsizing may be an option, but for many of the over 200,000 small to midsize non-profits in Canada, their only option would be to no longer open their doors to help those in need.  Our website offers them a chance to be good stewards of their donations and funding by helping them do more with less resources.”

NPPG Canada is a Group Purchasing Organization that has negotiated discounts and savings on products that charities need and services that non-profits use.  Products like office and shipping supplies, water and energy-efficient equipment, fundraising and database management software all help non-profits become more cost-effective in their roles within their communities.  In addition, background checks, anti-bacterial paint, safety supplies and online employee survey tools all help keep an organization and their volunteers safe and happy.  For a nominal membership fee (as low as $9.99/month), access is given to an extensive list of vendor partners that can offer their discounted products and services, and that means that NPPG Canada members have lots of opportunity to reduce their expenditures.  The money that they would save every year could go a long way to keep programs running and services strong.  The website also provides people with an opportunity to buy gift memberships and donate them to their favourite non-profit, ultimately giving charities far more than the initial amount!

About The Non-Profit Purchasing Group of Canada

NPPG Canada is a group purchasing organization dedicated exclusively to Canada’s non-profit community.  NPPG Canada is committed to lowering the recurring costs of non-profit organizations by providing its members with discounted rates on their most commonly purchased goods and services. .  NPPG Canada also supports the non-profit community by donating 10 percent of its net income to Canadian charities.  For more information, call 1-888-359-6509 or visit www.nppg.ca.


By http://canadadonations.blogspot.com/p/canada-donations-new-and-exciting-ways.html | December, 2010

Canada Donations

New and exciting ways for Canadians to give back to their communities

         Canada donations aims to inform the general public of some ways they can give back to their community. We provide information on all sorts of charities and organizations across Canada that have unique spins on ways people can help support their communities. All across Canada there number of organizations ranging from large to small that are all taking different angles to Canada donations, be it the United Way, Children’s aid society, World vision, NPPG Canada, Movember Canada or any organization looking to help Canadians and their communities. These organizations strive to help their communities and need your support to continue to do so.

         Canadians have many choices to where to donate their money and because of this can get overwhelmed and not make a sound decision on where to donate. This where Canada donations comes in by providing you with all the information needed to make an informed decision on what organizations are the best to donate to and get involved with. We will also give you all the information needed to provide a donation directly to these organizations and also ways you can help organizations in other unique ways. There are many ways in which you can help your community that don't always include money donations. Some people feel that donating means giving money to an organization but there is so much more to it than that. Some examples include a Calgary Alberta food drive called 'Stuff a Bus' , worldwide prostate cancer fund raiser 'Movember' or a Canada wide company providing corporate discounts to non-profit organizations 'NPPG Canada'. Be sure to check our site regularily for new and excting ways in which you can donate within Canada

        If you are an organization or individual looking for more information on how to be featured on Canada donations please fill out the contact form. We are always looking for new content about organizations or people making a difference in Canada.

By Vocus PR Web | Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The Non-Profit Purchasing Group, (http://www.nonprofitpurchasinggroup.org), the only group purchasing organization dedicated exclusively to non-profit organizations nationwide, announced today that it will begin providing services to Canadian non-profit organizations beginning in December 2010. The Non-Profit Purchasing Group of Canada is led by Alex Golin, President, an executive with over 25 years of purchasing experience.

Alex Golin has spent the past six months researching and analyzing the Canadian non-profit sector to ensure that NPPG Canada addresses the core needs of its members. “Helping those who help others” is the mission and slogan of NPPG Canada, and captures the heart of the company and its’ core values.

NPPG Canada has a profound respect for its prospective members and whom those members serve. According to Golin, “We care about their need to reduce yearly expenditures to remain financially healthy. Our aim is to make the member’s online access to everyday discounts as enjoyable as possible, which includes exceptional customer service and a 100% satisfaction or money-back guarantee. We provide our members with the very best deals we can find and continually strive to add new quality suppliers to our expanding list of vendor partners.”

NPPG CEO Dan Engel said: “We’ve worked closely with Alex Golin to ensure that the Canadian website, image and vendor partners provide the same best-in-class professional products and services to Canadian non-profits as our U.S. members have come to expect.” Golin is in the process of finalizing discounts with both U.S. based vendor partners that provide service to Canada and Canadian-based vendor partners. Engel added: “We hope that Canadian suppliers will recognize the importance of helping non-profits in these difficult times as have our U.S. partners. We encourage those wishing to become vendor partners in NPPG Canada to contact Alex Golin directly to ensure participation in the launch.”

If you are a supplier that wishes to supply your products or services to the more than 200,000 non-profit organizations in Canada, please contact NPPG Canada at alex.golin@nppg.ca or call toll-free at 1-888-359-6509.

About The Non-Profit Purchasing Group
The Non-Profit Purchasing Group, LLC, is the nation’s only group purchasing organization devoted exclusively to the non-profit community. NPPG is committed to lowering the recurring costs of 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 its net income to charity. For more information, call 1.877.THX.NPPG or visit http://www.nonprofitpurchasinggroup.org.



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