Saving Money for Businesses and Supporting Medical Research

Saving Money for Businesses and Supporting Medical Research

If youre a business owner or purchaser, you know how important it is to save money and lower expenses. But did you know that you can save money AND support lifesaving medical research through NPP?

What Is NPP?

NPP (National Purchasing Partners) is a cooperative purchasing organization that leverages the collective buying power of more than 350,000 members to negotiate discounted pricing on a catalog of products and services. NPP offers business members access to exclusive deals from leading vendors, such as Verizon, Sherwin-Williams, Airgas, Staples and many more. 
But NPP is not only about saving money. NPP sales support the Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason (BRI), one of the world’s leading medical research centers. BRI is dedicated to finding cures and treatments for autoimmune diseases, such as type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, lupus and allergies. 
Since 2001, NPP has contributed more than $300 million to support BRI efforts, making NPP one of the largest private funders of autoimmune disease research in the world. And we couldn’t do it without the help of our valued brand partners and our loyal members.

Join The NPP Cause

By registering with NPP, you can help BRI advance its mission of improving human health and eliminating suffering caused by autoimmune diseases. And don’t forget about the benefits to your business—NPP helps businesses large and small save money by negotiating discount pricing from leading suppliers. Thanks to our vast membership, you can have access to the same pricing as the largest corporations.


NPP is free to join and easy to use. You can sign up online in minutes and start saving on your business purchases right away.


NPP is more than just a cooperative purchasing program. It’s a community of businesses, from mom-and-pop to enterprise, that care about making a difference in the world. 


Join NPP today and discover how you can save money on products you use every day and support medical research at the same time.