As the population grows more diverse and medical costs soar, the greater burdens of health risks, disease, and premature death among people of color and the poor are a matter of increasing urgency.
Time and again, businesses—big and small—showcase how they’re using technology for social good.
United Airlines recently announced a total of $8 million in grants to help address pressing issues in each of its hub market communities across the country, including Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Newark/New York, and Washington, D.C.
The man often recognized as the “Father of Head Start,” Dr.
At the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, we believe businesses have a critical role to play in improving the communities where we live, work, and play. Because when communities do well, so does business. This same belief was the backdrop of a recent event hosted by the U.S.
Innovative partnerships, where businesses can work with and leverage the assets of governments, NGOs, and civil society, can help develop creative, sustainable, and scalable solutions that can create significant impact.
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), including cancer and diabetes, are the leading causes of death and disability worldwide.
On this tax day, the Chamber Foundation wants to recognize companies and their investment in health, environment, and financial wellbeing as a result of the recent tax reform.