The NCCC acts as an umbrella organization and communication tool for all non-profits in the City of Norwalk and also supports the community by assisting with a variety of social service projects.

If you are the kind of person who gets satisfaction from helping others throughout the year, learning about other organizations in Norwalk and its surrounding communities or meeting other caring people, then join the NORWALK COMMUNITY COORDINATING COUNCIL.

Tax Exempt Status – FEID # 95-4651463

All contributions to the Norwalk Community Coordinating Council are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. The Norwalk Community Coordinating Council has been granted Tax Exempt Status by the Internal Revenue Service under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Original status was granted September 8, 1997, and has been renewed without interruption.

The Norwalk Community Coordinating Council accepts charitable donations year round. Your donation helps in providing much needed support for a variety of NCCC projects, some of which are listed below. You may designate which specific cause or activity you would like to support. Please click here to make a donation via Paypal or purchase tickets for NCCC events, or you can mail your check (payable to NCCC) to:

NORWALK COMMUNITY COORDINATING COUNCIL [NCCC]
P.O. Box 521
Norwalk, CA 90650

This is your opportunity to become acquainted with many projects the NCCC sponsors, such as:

CANDIDATES’ NIGHT– Public forums for City Council and School Board candidates.
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD – A Norwalk resident honored for outstanding citizenship.
YOUTH OF THE YEAR AWARD – A Norwalk student honored for outstanding achievements.
COMMUNITY CALENDAR – All organizations can announce events in the NCCC newsletter.
LIBRARY SUPPORT – NCCC supports the local libraries through fundraisers.
FOOD FOR THE LESS FORTUNATE – NCCC supports the Social Services Department Food Pantry through donations, which are used year-round to help people in need.
YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP DONATIONS – The NCCC raises money for scholarship awards for different youth groups in the City.

Monthly meetings are held throughout the school year, on the 4th Wednesday** of each month at 11:30 a.m. at the Norwalk Arts and Sports Complex, located at 13200 Clarkdale Avenue in Norwalk. [**except November & December, which are combined and held the first Wednesday in December].

We look forward to your support and participation! If you have any questions, please contact an NCCC Boardmember at nccc@usa.com.

Sincerely,
Norwalk Community Coordinating Council Board of Directors