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To promote and develop business growth for members and to provide access to the Hispanic market.



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Hispanics in Greater Sacramento

Learn more from our 2023 Economic Report

Hispanic Population
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Under the age of 18
Hispanic Residents
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583,658 Reside in the Greater
Sacramento Region
Median Family Income
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Hispanic Households
Heritage & Citizenship
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Hispanics <18 born in the US and/or are US citizens 96%
Hispanics Living in Sac
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Are of Mexican Heritage

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The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce continues to be one of the most valuable partnerships businesses can use to expand their reach in the greater Sacramento Region.

Each month we connect members with the largest minority population in the State of California and offer a multitude of ways to enhance your business, including contracting opportunities, educational workshops, networking, and so much more.

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Reminder, join us for the El ARTE De AMAR Foundation Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening tomorrow at 10 am at 3830 Watt Avenue #8, Sacramento. 

RSVP at https://bit.ly/3xTAFlh

Reminder, join us for the El ARTE De AMAR Foundation Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening tomorrow at 10 am at 3830 Watt Avenue #8, Sacramento.

RSVP at bit.ly/3xTAFlhJoin us next Tuesday morning for the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of El ARTE De AMAR Foundation in their new location!

Tuesday, July 16th at 10am
3830 Watt Avenue #8

To RSVP visit bit.ly/3xTAFlh

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Tomorrow’s the big day!!

SMUD’s Giving Mondays at the California State Fair is back!!

Join us in making a difference while enjoying all the fair has to offer. Bring 5 non-perishable, non-expired items per person and receive a FREE ticket to the fair! All donations will benefit the Elk Grove Food Bank.

Mark your calendars for July 15 and July 22, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and join us for this special event. Learn more at bit.ly/2024GivingMonday #GivingMonday #CA #statefair #2024
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Many diverse small businesses – owned by people of color, women, members of the LGBTQ community, veterans, and other minority groups – don’t realize that they can take advantage of programs to help them do business with public and private agencies, including the State of California!

To get started, knowing which programs you qualify for and getting certified is key.

Here are three key certifications that might be right for you:

✔️ California Department of General Services Small Business / Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (SB/DVBE) ✔️

The California DGS buys goods and services for offices and agencies across the state. Veterans can get certified to do business with the State, local counties, and municipalities. Join our upcoming workshop on August 13, 2pm-5pm, & network with public/state agencies to learn about upcoming procurement opportunities.

Register: nc.ecenterdirect.com/events/52611

✔️California Public Utilities Commission Minority/Women/LGBTQ-Owned Business Enterprise (MWLGBTQBE) ✔️

Doing business with the CPUC, you can pursue opportunities with companies like T-Mobile, AT&T, and California American Water. If your business is POC-, women- or LGBTQ-owned, this certification will position you to begin selling to utility companies. Join our upcoming workshop on August 21, 2pm-5pm, to learn more & network with Stacie Harwood, Senior Supplier Diversity Program Manager of T-Mobile .

Register: nc.ecenterdirect.com/events/52612

✔️ Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Airport Concession (ACDBE) ✔️

Looking to do business with Caltrans or sell your products at an airport concession? Learn how to apply for the DBE or ACDBE at our workshop on August 28, 2pm-5pm.

Register: nc.ecenterdirect.com/events/52614
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The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Take On Alzheimer's to bring awareness to this disease.

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It's time to #TakeOnAlz

Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is the third leading cause of death in California, and the number of residents living with Alzheimer's and Related Dementias (ADRD) is expected to double from 2019 to 2040.

It's important that all Californians know how to: recognize the signs for themselves and others, talk with family or a healthcare provider about them, and understand ways to improve brain health.

Learn more about signs and screening at TakeOnAlz.com.

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This is what it takes to #TakeOnAlz.

This is what it takes to #TakeOnAlz.

As our population ages, Alzheimer’s disease becomes more prevalent. Take control by reducing risks, recognizing early signs, and prioritizing screening. Early detection gives you more time for informed decisions.

Together, let's raise awareness and support for Alzheimer's.

Learn more about sigs and screening at TakeOnAlz.com.

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