Group discounts

PurchasingPoint Saving nonprofits money for mission




This discount program is provided through membership in a group purchasing cooperative called AdvantageTrust, a division of HealthTrust Purchasing Group, and is available to National Assembly members and their affiliates. Discounts in the PurchasingPoint® program are based on $28.5 billion in annual purchasing by some of the nation's largest nonprofits. As a result, the program provides access to a level of pricing typically reserved for Fortune 100 companies. Savings, which average 33% annually, can be redirected from nonprofit overhead spending and into the hands of mission-related programs.

PurchasingPoint® is part of National Assembly Business Services, Inc., a wholly-owned and operated subsidiary of the National Human Services Assembly.



The National Assembly discount program is one of the most robust programs of its kind in the country. As a board member of the National Assembly I see firsthand just how many nonprofits are being helped by this program, enabling them to spend more money on mission and less on overhead.

-- Joe Haggerty, Former COO, United Way Worldwide

PurchasingPoint® does a great job of negotiating volume based relationships with major supplier organizations, which allows member non-profit organizations the ability to realize savings normally associated to large corporate entities. Personally, with my previous experience as the Strategic Sourcing Officer at a large regional banking entity, the negotiated savings that PurchasingPoint® has achieved compares favorably, and in some cases, better than what many corporate/vendor negotiations can achieve. I would recommend that all eligible organizations take advantage of the savings that PurchasingPoint® is making available.

-- Michael Davis, Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska

In addition to money, PurchasingPoint® saves me time. I know that the prices I see are at least as good as what I might find by checking other vendors to see who has the best price.

-- Rick Solomon, Hesperian Health Guides

Sample Program Participants