Neighbors United for Fullerton (NUFF) is a non-partisan, non-profit community organization formed in 2003 to provide information about local issues, concerns, elections and government activities that affect quality of life in the City of Fullerton. NUFF offers free, open public forums on topics of community interest and civic involvement.
Usually presented in the Fullerton Public Library, programming is geared to those interested in what’s making a difference in the community, from personal choices such as drought-tolerant landscaping to public issues that affect our local education opportunities, the arts, housing, mental health services, etc.
Another NUFF emphasis is to identify, encourage and support candidates who might best serve the community on the Fullerton City Council and local school boards. In every local election since its inception, NUFF has offered public introduction opportunities for all nonpartisan aspirants, and it has endorsed candidates who, in its members’ appraisal, would best represent all of Fullerton.
Though all NUFF programming is free and open to the public, memberships are encouraged to help support our efforts. Modest annual dues ($25 in 2015) also permit NUFF members to participate in NUFF endorsements of local candidates.