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  Over 25 Years Supporting Advancement  

The Network of California Community College Foundations (NCCCF) plays an essential part in the future of our community colleges. Our mission is to enhance and support the resource development capabilities of California Community College foundations through leadership, training, and networking.

Our specific goal is to help all our colleagues to become more effective fund-raisers and more efficient managers.

  NCCCF: Making a Difference for our Members  
The NCCCF is continually working to benefit its members. For nearly three decades, we have provided networking and educational opportunities for California Community College advancement services professionals. Today, your NCCCF membership includes a dual membership in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and a $400 savings to the annual Conference on Community College Advancement.

Your membership investment supports collegial collaboration, ongoing professional development and statewide advocacy for increased investments in community college development programs. Download the NCCCF membership pricing and enrollment form and join NCCCF today

CASE Partnership
The NCCCF, with support from the Foundation for California Community Colleges, is proud to now work with CASE to significantly expand benefits and services available to California’s community colleges and their foundations. The partnership extends CASE membership to all members of the NCCCF, providing members of the California-based association with access to the resources and education provided by CASE, which is one of the world’s largest nonprofit education associations in terms of institutional membership.
Read more about this exciting partnership here.

If you haven't already taken advantage of the tremendous savings provided through this partnership, contact us at or (916) 498-6709.
  Members Forum  

Whether you manage multi-disciplines (development, alumni relations, and communication) or any combination of one, you will find a wide array of regularly updated resources designed to enhance your work and advance your career:

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  Upcoming Events  

Save the date for the 2014 Conference for Community College Advancement!

Sept. 17-19, 2014
Hyatt Regency
Sacramento, California
Mark your calendars for the annual Conference for Community College Advancement, taking place September 17-19 in Sacramento. Join us for premier professional development, education, and networking opportunities with community college advancement professionals throughout California and the nation! As an added bonus, NCCCF members will qualify for significant savings on conference registration. Look for more details coming your way soon!
The Conference for Community College Advancement is a collaboration of the Network of California Community College Foundations, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, and the Foundation for California Community Colleges.

The NCCCF presents three unique events designed just for California attendees:

NCCCF Colleagues Reception
Wed., Sept. 17th
6:30-8:00 p.m.
at Cafeteria 15L
1116 15th Street
Meet the faces behind the list serv in a beautiful outdoor lounge steps from the conference.
Registration is just $35 and includes heavy hors d'oeuvres and hosted beverages.
Register now.

Sponsored by Payden & Rygel.

California Legislative Briefing
Thurs., Sept. 18
8:00-9:00 a.m.
with Vince Stewart,
Vice Chancellor of Governmental Relations, California Community College Chancellor's Office
Stay up to date on legislative issues that impact districts, colleges and the students we serve.

Hot Topics for Executive Directors
Fri., Sept. 19
8:00-9:00 a.m.
Moderator: Lisa Brooks, Glendale College Foundation
Join us for a practical session designed to allow Foundation executive directors to draw upon the professional experiences of peers. Leave with a fresh perspective, energized to tackle the common challenges we all face
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