In the business of stronger communities.
What We Do
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation harnesses the power of business to create solutions for the good of America and the world. We anticipate, develop, and deploy solutions to challenges facing communities—today and tomorrow.
- DisastersWe help businesses and communities respond to, prepare for, and recover from disasters.
- WorkforceWe develop solutions to meet America’s workforce needs.
- CivicsWe strengthen American democracy.
Our Impact in Stories
National Civics Bee Expands to 28 States to Address Growing Civics Education Crisis
Middle school students can apply today. Finalists will receive free access to Khanmigo, Khan Academy’s AI-powered tutor, to study civics.
- Resilience in a BoxBecome a more resilient business with these easy-to-use tools.
- Talent Pipeline ManagementLearn how to build successful talent pipelines to fill open jobs.
- The Civic TrustA nonpartisan commitment to boost civic literacy, skills, and participation.
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In recent years, there has been a prominent shift in the way we think about the workplace. As the home and office become one, there is greater visibility into the lives of employees, and how they show up to work as their true, authentic selves.
For more than two decades, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Citizens Awards have highlighted how businesses serve as a force for good, expanding opportunity and driving progress in every aspect of society.
Medtronic, Veris Residential, UPS, Tru Earth among winners of awards program celebrating the best in corporate citizenship, and Greater Vancouver Chamber receives inaugural Civic Engagement Award
From state economies to family economies, the cost of childcare has a significant impact on billions of budgets nationwide. With talks of inflation cooling, the question arises of what is the true cost of childcare amid stagnant wages, rising costs of living and weaning pandemic era assistance.
As the world pivots towards a future that demands adaptability and diverse skill sets, the U.S. Chamber Foundation’s annual Talent Forward summit emerges as a cornerstone event that embodies the pursuit of a more prepared, agile, and prosperous workforce.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has recently named 13 new Talent Pipeline Management® (TPM) Fellows.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Chamber Foundation convened private-public leaders for a briefing on October 12 to share live updates on the ground, what the most immediate needs are, and ways the private sector can help.
Awards program celebrates the best in corporate citizenship and highlights how businesses of all sizes are serving as a force for good