Community Partners

Community Partners

SBDN understands that community partners play a critical role in building strong and vibrant communities. These partners — specifically our non-profit organizations and government agency partners — bring diverse resources, expertise, and perspectives that can help address complex community challenges. By working together, community partners can collaborate on innovative solutions, build social connections, and empower residents to take action and drive positive change.

This collective effort can lead to improved quality of life, increased social cohesion, and a greater sense of community pride and ownership. Overall, community partners are invaluable assets in creating more resilient, equitable, and thriving communities.

Get to know our community partners here or more in depth by visiting their respective websites below.

Community Partners

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We are a 501(c)6 organization focused on the development and education of businesses and their owners, networking and catalyzing synergies through meaningful collaboration and partnerships.

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The Asian Business Association represents Asian American business owners, and creates business opportunities for its members and their diverse communities.

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Founded in 1990, Asian Business Association of San Diego (ABASD) represents the interests of over 30,000 Asian Pacific Islander (API) owned businesses throughout San Diego County.

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The Afghan American Business Alliance (AABA) creates a better business environment for its members and the business community by sharing knowledge, networks, and opportunities.

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To advocate and promote Black business and economic development within the public and private sectors, resulting in a sound economic base that supports the survival and self-determination of the African-American community.

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FACCOC is a non-profit organization for Filipino-American entrepreneurs, professionals, and students that are committed to promoting domestic and international business interests for its members by providing a host of wide-ranging benefits, services, programs, workshops, and training.

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The Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce located in Garden Grove, California in the heart of Orange County in Southern California.

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The Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County is a non-profit voluntary membership organization comprised of Orange County Korean American Business and leaders interested in enhancing Orange County Community.

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The Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of and provides access to Orange County’s 30,000 Hispanic-owned businesses. We support the development of these businesses by providing opportunities for networking, legislative advocacy, access to capital, education and training programs.

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Our Mission is to facilitate the success of minority businesses by offering educational and networking opportunities, fostering community outreach, and promoting successful assimilation to the business community.

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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.

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The VIB Network is on a mission to provide education, training, resources, and outreach to help Veterans in business succeed. The VIB Network is a nonprofit 501(c)3.

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We partner with our local businesses and community while working together for growth and stability, to create a more prosperous place to work and live in.

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