Simi Valley Community Council

Bringing community organizations together to coordinate and share resources.

What is the Simi Valley Community Council (SVCC)?

The Simi Valley Community Council (SVCC) was established in the December 1970.  The objective of the SVCC is to bring together organizations, agencies and individuals to:

  • encourage the voluntary cooperation of its members in making the community a better place to live.
  • encourage community interest in member organizations, agencies, non-profits, and individuals.
  • assist and coordinate their work and activities for community betterment.
  • eliminate duplication of services.

Membership consists of tax-supported agencies, volunteer organizations, service clubs, businesses, and interested individuals from the greater Simi Valley Area. The annual dues are $20.00 for membership from July through June.

SVCC meets on the second Thursday of the month from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm to provide a forum for members to discuss community issues, organizational needs, share experiences and promote upcoming events in order to strengthen and improve conditions which will benefit the community.  Each meeting features a guest speaker who provides information relevant to the interests of its members.

Upcoming Speakers

July 8th – Joel Angeles, Chief Director for Bob Huber, County Supervisor

Meeting held in-person 

11:30 am PST- Meet and Greet

12:00 pm PST- Meeting Starts

How to Attend

 Cost $20 

Live and in person

at the
Posada Royale Hotel
1775 Madera Road, Simi Valley

Reserve a seat with Kat Shepherd, kath@focus-agency.com

Everyone welcome! Seating is limited.

 

 Questions about membership

Email Kat Shepherd, VP of Membership at kath@focus-agency.com.  

 

Benefits of Joining SVCC

Monthly meetings with informative speakers

Non-Profits:

  • Exposure in the community
  • Support from other non-profits
  • Promote upcoming events

For Profits:

  • Learn about different non-profit organizations in the community
  • Information to help determine where to spend charitable dollars
  • Network with community leaders