• Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

    The Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SHCC) exists to strengthen Solano County’s Hispanic businesses by advocating for opportunities that support their economic growth and by providing resources, training and tools, which advance development, prosperity and success in Solano County.

    For 12 years, Leadership Vallejo has been the go-to organization that educates and trains future business, government and volunteer leaders who are eager to gain the skills and experience needed to make positive changes in Vallejo and beyond. LV also offers an array of networking opportunities among city and local leaders, with many graduates working in successful business, government and nonprofit careers.

    It is an assessment used by immigration officials to decide whether a person can enter the US or get a green card on a variety of factors including employment, health, and receiving benefits. Public charge is not something new, but Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published an official notice to propose changes to the Public Charge assessment. Changes to this rule have not taken effect.

    The City of Fairfield takes pride in being one of the most diverse places in the Bay Area to live, work, and play. Join us on November 2 to celebrate Día de los Muertos. This vibrant celebration of life reflects on some of the rich cultural traditions in our Latino community originating from Mexico. Special live performances will include mariachi, ballet folklorico, and a blessing of the community ofrenda by Aztec dancers. Attendees are encouraged to bring a photo of a deceased family member to share and

    DBE programs are designed to provide a fair opportunity for small businesses owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals to compete for federally funded contracts.

    The Peña Adobe Historical Society will celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month in Vacaville, on Saturday, September 7, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the historic park located at 4699 Pena Adobe Road in Vacaville, just off Interstate-80 left of the Lagoon Valley Park entrance.

    SENATOR DODD, ASSEMBLYMEMBER GRAYSON and others are attending the town hall meeting on September 7, 2019. Our 3rd forum Seeking Solutions- A Community Policing Forum is about the killings of black, brown and Indigenous people in Vallejo, CA. It is time for change and for taking action with our legislators in this “Diverse Vallejo Community.

    We are excited to have been able to partner up with The Daily Desk for our Board Retreat! The space provided our board members with the latest technology, flexibility of room setup, and an opportunity to use a dining space to take a break as a group. We are proud of the time, dedication, and energy each of our board members invested in learning the history of our chamber, the goals to grow our organization and increase value to our members, and the community partnerships and advocacy we plan to develop to

    Join us for ELEVATE 2.0: Tech & Procurement! ELEVATE takes a holistic approach to preparing diverse suppliers on how to compete for contracting opportunities with government agencies and corporate America. The program is designed to address the necessary attributes needed to take diverse suppliers to the next level.

    The CHCC 40th Annual Convention brings together all elements of the business community, from small business advocates to key business and political leaders, to discuss real issues affecting the future of our community and state.

    Please join us in congratulating our newly elected 2019-2020 Board of Directors