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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We are proud to recognize the 2023 finalists, showcasing the extraordinary impact of business to solve our biggest problems.
For so long, the narrative around sustainability has focused on individual action: reduce, reuse, recycle. While individual action is critical, too often it is disconnected to the larger picture in sustainability, limiting individuals’ ability to imagine broader or more creative solutions.
A human-centric, principled approach to help assess the risks of large language models
The Denver-based Daniels Fund has announced a three-year, $4.5 million grant to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation (CCF) to expand its National Civics Bee.
This month marks National Preparedness Month, which reminds us all to prepare for disasters and emergencies of all kinds. It’s especially pertinent this year as we face uncharacteristic and unpredictable weather patterns, with impacts of wildfires, hurricane season, and severe storms impacting communities across the U.S. and the globe.
A group of 10 leading stakeholders in education, workforce development and government announced today the launch of an interactive LER Ecosystem Map, designed to help individuals access career opportunities and help employers hire and promote talent based on skills and experience.
High-achieving low-income students in the U.S. often miss out on selective colleges and competitive careers, with only 3% making it to selective colleges compared to 72% of high-achieving high-income students. Minds Matter Bay Area's corporate volunteer mentor matching program is changing this disparity.
The historic transformation from industrial economies to technology-enabled, knowledge-based economies is disrupting the skills needs of employers.
The National Civics Bee, initiated by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation to bolster civic knowledge among youth and their families, is expanding significantly in response to strong demand, particularly from mothers, who believe civics education is essential.