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.
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Technology is an inseparable part of society. While the complexity, utility, and application of technology are ever evolving, the purpose of its development and discovery remains the same—to solve real-world problems, to fulfill human needs, and present new opportunities.
The Best Community Improvement Program Citizens Award recognizes strategic work to improve local communities.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Awards will honor the best in corporate citizenship, introducing the Corporate Citizenship Hall of Fame
Saving our Daughters (SOD) via actress, singer, and activist, Keke Palmer’s Cinderella Program and Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington (BGCGW), have joined together to launch an initiative called the “No Bullying Z
This year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is celebrating the 20th Annual Citizens Awards—a special milestone that reflects almost two decades of some of the most strategic and innovative corporate citizenship programs from businesses, chambers, and associations of all sizes. The Chamber Foundation will be announcing the winners at the Citizens Awards gala November 14, 2019 so save the date!
A generation ago, proficiency in numeracy and literacy were baseline skills to enter the workforce. Today’s workplaces, however, require digital competency — and that’s not just for jobs in technical fields.
By 2021, shoppers in the U.S. alone will spend up to $150 billion on sustainable products, representing a quarter of all goods sold. Looking back from 2018 to 2017, sales of sustainable products grew by almost 6%, higher than their non-sustainable competitors.
Deb Geyer, corporate responsibility officer for Stanley Black & Decker, has a vision for a thriving workforce that meets the needs and challenges of a changing economy for decades to come.