The Boulder Chamber works closely with several groups on social and environmental sustainability. Check out the great work that some of our Sustainability Partners are doing.
Through donor-advised funds and a number of grant cycles, the Community Foundation connects resources to non-profit organizations in Boulder County and beyond. Through the biennial TRENDS report and ongoing research, the Community Foundation tracks important indicators that relate to quality of life in our community, such as demographic changes, access to housing and education, arts and culture, and civic life.
An innovative strategy designed to eliminate poverty. The Circles Campaign is a transformational approach that partners community volunteers with families in need to identify obstacles to getting out of poverty and implement strategies to overcome them. Learn how it works and what you can do here, or check out their newsletter.
Read about the hugely successful 27th Annual Multicultural Business Expo.
The Boulder SBDC offers workshops, consulting, and connection to resources for small businesses. Women and minority owned businesses may find it particularly helpful to make connections at the SBDC, as there are some targetted resources available. The SBDC also maintains the Boulder County Minority Owned Business Directory.
The Boulder Chamber is a founding member of Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy, a non-partisan national network of local chambers of commerce dedicated to accelerating the nation's leadership in clean energy, innovation and economic prosperity.
Join more than 800 businesses in Boulder County already benefiting from limited time rebates and experienced Energy Advisors.
Take the 10 for Change challenge today, and join over 100 Boulder area businesses committed to reducing their energy use by 10 percent.
Stay informed about the City's exploration into purchasing Xcel Energy’s distribution system and forming a city-owned electric utility at www.BoulderEnergyFuture.com.