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AASCSC is a non-profit organization, based in Orange County, CA (our center is in Santa Ana), that serves all age groups and all members of our community. We believe in an inter-generational approach to building a stronger, healthier community through direct services, advocacy, and capacity building. At the heart of these efforts is the imperative to ensure health equity within our community.

The ABAOC was founded in 1992 as a non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors. ABAOC members, officers and directors come from diverse cultural backgrounds and work harmoniously together to meet the needs of growing Asian businesses in Orange County.

BBB helps consumers and businesses in the United States and Canada. Find trusted BBB Accredited Businesses. Get BBB Accredited. File a complaint, leave a review, report a scam.

COFACC is a national association of autonomously operating Filipino American Chambers of Commerce organizations united together with a common mission of uplifting the economic conditions of the Filipino American small and micro businesses and ultimately achieve to be the No. 1 spot as the most Influential ethnic minority group with a significant positive impact to the US economy.

To provide quality leaders and mentors an arena and audience where they can disseminate information, education, and expertise that they are called upon in order to positively impact individuals, families, companies, and local economies.

The Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to “Supporting Business Growth in Garden Grove”. Our number one priority is to create a stronger local economy, which according to our member relevancy surveys, is what the primary work of the Chamber should be.

The Greater Irvine Chamber is one of seven chambers in California, and one of 120 in the nation, to have a 5-star accreditation from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Only 1.7 percent of all chambers in the U.S. currently hold this distinction. which recognizes high quality, expertise, and strong leadership.

HCSB champions and empowers coalitions among Hispanic and diverse-owned small businesses, government, and local communities in the Greater Inland Empire region, and beyond, by providing resources and opportunities to ensure their success.

KACCOC is a driving force for community improvement in Orange County, with a strong focus on supporting Korean American businesses. We build bridges between diverse sectors, fostering collaboration and economic growth. By identifying needs and developing targeted programs, we empower Korean businesses and contribute to a thriving and inclusive community.

The Norooz Clinic Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit mental health organization established in October of 2012. Norooz is a Farsi word meaning new day and a new beginning. At the Norooz Clinic Foundation, we strive to assist those who walk through our doors with their journey of discovery to find their new day, their rebirth, through mental health and wellness.

Our team is dedicated to helping people and businesses overcome obstacles, reach their goals, fulfill their potential and contribute to a thriving region.

The Orange County Inland Empire SBDC Network strives to provide solutions and opportunities for all small businesses to become successful.

The Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA) is dedicated to enhancing the health, and social and economic well-being of Asians and Pacific Islanders in Orange County, California. Established in 1997, OCAPICA works to improve and expand the community’s opportunities through service, education, advocacy, organizing and research.

Our Mission is to advance business education, promote economic growth, and elevate community outreach.

RBN is one of the largest & most active business networking groups in Southern California. We have proudly served over 25,000 business professionals since 1995.

RevHub is the HUB that REVS the effectiveness and scale of social enterprises. Since 2019, RevHub has led a social impact movement that is changing the way we think, talk, and invest, making the world a better place today and for generations to come. Already, thought-leaders and influencers from every impact-driven sector – business, research, non-profit, and government – have joined us in forming and developing conditions where social enterprises are thriving and creating impact at scale.

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) helps Americans start, grow, and build resilient businesses.

The Small Business Diversity Network (SBDN ) is a non profit organization who supports the underserved small businesses in the U.S. The small businesses we serve include minority, women, veteran, LGBT, and disabled owned businesses.

SCORE, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship.

TMC Community Capital provides affordable loans ranging from $5,000 to $50,000 to small businesses, with a focus on those that are historically excluded from traditional financing.

The US Bank group consists of the heads of four main business lines and various functional areas such as risk management, digital, and finance. The company is consistently acknowledged for its ethical and inclusive culture, strong management, commitment to social responsibility, digital expertise, and other positive attributes.

The VACOC’s mission is to promote the development of business and trade for its members by creating a platform for businesses of all sizes to meet, discuss and share ideas on topics to help stimulate growth locally and globally, while considering the interests of our community.