On March 6 and 7, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the U.S.
Possibilities Become Realities
In San Jose, California, U.S.A., a playground rises from the concrete in a single day. Across the country, a rundown library in North Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., is transformed to reflect its city’s brightening future.
The community investment world received a boost yesterday as a number of companies announced an increase in giving as a result of the tax plan passed by Congress. As I read the announcements, two trends came into focus—people and community.
As consumers become more socially conscious, they are drawn to companies that pursue purpose, not just profit. Investing in women can serve as a promising way of optimizing business operations, attracting new customers, and improving livelihoods.
At the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, we understand the critical role of the private sector in creating vibrant communities. From community engagement to providing jobs—the strength of a locale and its people is directly tied to the strength of private sector investments.
Meet Nadege: Nadege lives in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti with her three children and partner.
One of the things I love about Atlanta, Chick-fil-A’s hometown, is that it’s a city of neighborhoods—each with its own unique history, character, and charm.
Berkshire Bank is known for our unique culture and entrepreneurial approach to helping customers reach life’s exciting milestones. “Life is exciting. Let us help.” is more than a marketing slogan. It’s our conviction.