Corporate Social Responsibility
Business is the most trusted institution and can play a key role in solving our hardest problems.
Now more than ever, companies are putting corporate social responsibility (CSR) at the core of everything they do to support their employees, customers, and communities.
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
Awards program celebrates the best in corporate citizenship and highlights how businesses of all sizes are serving as a force for good
For years, businesses have delivered critical solutions to big problems and helped strengthen communities when it matters most.
Our work focuses on supporting the business community in their efforts to accelerate innovation, and expand opportunity, resilience, and prosperity for communities in America and around the world.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation recently convened cross-sector leaders to discuss the state of Ukraine’s ongoing humanitarian crisis, commemorating one year since the Russian invasion.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation's Coalition to Back Black Business (CBBB) today announced it has awarded $5,000 grants to 324 Black small business owners representing 40 states, District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands, delivering on its mission to advance the long-term success and resilience of America’s Black-owned small businesses.
The Coalition to Back Black Business (CBBB) today announced it has awarded $5,000 grants to 324 Black small business owners representing 40 states, District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands, delivering on its mission to advance the long-term success and resilience of America’s Black-owned small businesses.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation today launched private-public coordination efforts to help the areas impacted by the earthquakes in Türkiye and Syria. This includes a corporate aid tracker currently showing pledges from the U.S. business community totaling more than $33.1 million.
Research suggests that 1 in 4 children in the U.S. has a vision problem—an estimated 12.1 million children. As we look to end the social impact of poor vision, we must advocate for higher level changes at the government and private sector levels. It’s clear that with so many larger societal issues linked to poor vision – like education, poverty, good health, and even gender equity – vision is a cause we must address if we are to create resilient societies.
For 23 years, 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.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation announced the recipients of its 23rd Annual Citizens Awards – eight companies that have shown exceptional leadership in harnessing innovation and creativity to solve our most pressing issues. From developing a STEM program to support the future aerospace workforce, to reducing waste and emissions across the supply chain, to delivering critical relief items to Ukrainian refugees, these companies illustrate how strong businesses are the foundation of strong communities.
Our world is changing faster than ever before. The expectations of businesses and their role in society are evolving – from focusing solely on the bottom line to having a positive impact on society.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation today named the finalists for its 23rd Annual Citizens Awards – 27 companies that have shown remarkable leadership in driving solutions to the world’s toughest problems, from developing qualified talent for jobs in the energy sector, to reducing waste and emissions across the supply chain, to delivering clean drinking water to first responders during times of crisis.