• Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit Organizations

  • Assistance League of Huntington Beach


    8071 Slater Avenue
    Huntington Beach CA 92647
    (714) 847-6511

    Mission Statement:
    Assistance League of Huntington Beach is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that puts caring and commitment into action through philanthropic programs in Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, and Westminster.

    Boys & Girls Club

    16582 Brookhurst St
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
     (714) 531-CLUB

    Mission Statement:
    To inspire and enable the healthy development of all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring members of our community.

    Braille Institute of America

    24411 Ridge Route Drive, Suite #110
    Laguna Hills, CA 92653
    (949) 330-5062

    Mission Statement:
    Braille Institute is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to eliminate barriers to a fulfilling life caused by blindness and severe sight loss.
    Each year, Braille Institute serves more than 75,000 people through a variety of free programs, classes and services at six centers and 220 community outreach locations throughout Southern California.

    Elwyn, California


    18325 Mt. Baldy Circle
    Fountain Valley, CA 90708
    (714) 557-6313 x38211

    Mission Statement:
    Through personal commitment, collective talent, and innovation, Elwyn supports individuals with diverse challenges in shaping distinctive, meaningful lives.

    Fountain Valley Community Foundation


    16400 Brookhurst St
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    (714) 593-4670

    Mission Statement:
    The Fountain Valley Community Foundation encourages, supports, and facilitates philanthropy to improve and enrich the lives of people in Fountain Valley.


  • Fountain Valley Pony Baseball

    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    (714) 795-9739

    Mission Statement:
    To expand the diversity and meet the needs of a growing community…As the community grew and the market demands for a more competitive level organization expanded; the decision was made to begin the 1976 season under
    affiliation of Pony Baseball, and thus branding itself as Fountain Valley Pony Baseball (FVPB).

    Fountain Valley Schools Foundation


    10055 Slater Ave
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    (714) 495-4102

    Mission Statement:
    To enrich each student’s academic experience by providing cutting-edge technology and resources to inspire them to think, to create, and to achieve. As a result, we actively support the following STEM related programming for students in the Fountain Valley School District. 

    Fountain Valley Woman’s Club


    18030 Brookhurst Street, #403 
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    (714) 964-9834

    Mission Statement:
    The object of this club shall be the advancement in all lines of general culture of the women of the community, promotion of the general welfare of the community, and cooperation with the Orange District. May our membership in Fountain Valley Woman’s Club enrich lives, build friendships, and promote loyalty.

    Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee


    16889 Algonquin St
    Huntington Beach, CA 92649
    (714) 840-7542

    Mission Statement:
    The Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Cruise of Lights® offers narrated boat tours through the waterways of Huntington Harbour in Huntington Beach, California. In December both locals and visitors share the beauty of thousands of lights and animated displays on brightly decorated homes, docks, 
    decks and boats.

    The Cruise of Lights® is our way of providing funds for the music education of Orange County school children. The Boat Parade is a ‘thank you’ to the homeowners of Huntington Harbour for decorating their homes, in anticipation of the Cruise of Lights®.

  • Kiwanis Club of Fountain Valley


    17110 Brookhurst Street
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    (714) 310-6615

    Mission Statement:
    Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time

    Kiwanis Club of Fountain Valley is made up of community business members, city officials, school teachers, administrators and community members who wish to help serve the community of Fountain Valley.

    Rotary Club of Fountain Valley


    17110 Brookhurst St
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    (714) 309-5660

    Mission Statement:
    The Rotary club of Fountain Valley seeks to improve the quality of life in our community and beyond through the actions and generosity of its members.

    Scholars' Hope Foundation


    8071 Slater Ave. Ste. 260
    Huntington Beach, CA 92647

    (714) 872-2078

    Mission Statement:To inspire and guide our youth to build confidence for success in higher education


    The New Beginning Fellowship Treatment Center

    16581 Brookhurst St
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708
    (714) 839-2515

    Mission Statement: 
    We are in the business of helping people to heal their lives from the destruction of the disease of addiction. We believe that addiction is a primary physiological illness, progressive in nature and terminal if left untreated. We know that we have solutions and that any patient who follows our treatment plan will begin to heal. 


    Wells of Life

    200 Spectrum Center Dr. Suite 300
    Irvine, CA 92618
    (855) 935-5763

    Mission Statement: 
    Wells of Life's mission is to fund the drilling of 1,000 wells in 10 years for people in remote regions of Uganda, Africa. 1 billion lack clean water there, and our primary goal is to help solve the water dilemma one well at a time.



    Braille Institute
    527 N. Dale Ave.
    Anaheim, CA 92801


    Tell Us About Your Charity:
    Braille Institute is a non-profit organization offering a broad range of free programs, classes and services serving thousands of students of all ages to empower themselves to live more enriching lives with blindness and vision loss. We serve the community from six centers and 220 community outreach locations throughout Southern California and lead popular national programs like Braille Challenge and Cane Quest.

    Our Passion:
    Losing your sight does not mean you lose your vision or independence. Those in our community know this with absolute certainty. Whether sighted or blind, life is about finding your way with strength, courage, grace and joy. This is what we aspire to do. Possibility and hope exist side-by-side within our walls and within our hearts. Some say miracles happen here. But for us it is simply what we do every day. We are Braille Institute.

    Partnering with Charities:
    Yes, partnerships with like-minded organizations, businesses, charities and local government agencies help us expand our network of service and build a network of resources for our students.

    Our biggest challenge is spreading Braille Institute’s public education campaign about our free programs and services. We are looking to partner with other organizations and companies who share our mission of empowering visually impaired people to live fulfilling lives.

    Braille Institute has provided free programs and services to people who are blind or visually impaired for 100 years. We are funded almost entirely through private, individual and foundation sources. Generous donors and dedicated efforts by our volunteers enable Braille Institute staff to provide training, programs and services all free of charge.


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    Non-Profit Chamber Members

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    *Non- Profit Membership Rate - $315

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