At the USHCC, we are proud to advocate on behalf of more than 4.37 million Hispanic-owned business and serve as the umbrella organization for more than 200 local chambers across the United States. Since 1979, we have worked with our local chambers to foster economic development and build sustainable prosperity for our American economy. USHCC’s local chambers will have access to capital through grant programs, access to trainings, and a direct gateway to more than 260 corporate partners and Hispanic Business Enterprises.
Become a Chamber Member
The backbone of the USHCC consists of more than 200 local chamber members and Hispanic business organizations. Chamber members gain exclusive participation in initiatives that affect their local chambers, free access to educational programs, grants and more.
Local Chamber Grant Program
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce provides local chamber members access to funds each year for existing programs that strengthen and foster the growth of small business communities. Multiple grants ranging in size are awarded to local chambers who continue to serve their members and local business communities. These funds have supported a variety of programs. spanning from empowering entrepreneurs, promoting green energy, and advancing diversity and inclusion.
Chamber of the Year
The USHCC recognizes that local chambers of commerce are at the forefront of supporting local businesses. For this reason, the USHCC highlights three local chambers of commerce every year during the National Convention. Here, we highlight the work that local chambers do for their Hispanic business community, and their outstanding accomplishments.
National Day of Service
The USHCC National Day of Service is a day dedicated for local chambers across the country to unify volunteers in their local communities. The #ChambersGiveBack movement was built to highlight the many relationships our chambers have with organizations in their local communities and showcase how they give back