The Chamber has always been there to aid in minority business development, and economic growth in the black community and had an advocacy role in fighting for issues that have a direct impact on African-American residents.
With the newly defined Foundation, the Chamber wants to expand its role in contributing to all of society – but especially to minority issues – through scholarships, workforce development, mentorship programs, and other means to strengthen our community.
Please consider contributing to the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
Due to the inclement weather, we will postpone our golf tournament today! Our future scheduled date is to be determined for 2024, with registration and tee time remaining the same. If you have any questions, please contact Barbara Bolden by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“Our mission is to promote, assist and enhance economic and business development for members and to stimulate wealth in the communities we serve.”
– Michelle Green-Ford, Black Chamber President and CEO
The Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce (FWMBCC) was formed in 1979 with one goal in mind: “To make Fort Worth a better place to work and raise a family.” Our mission is to promote, assist and enhance economic and business development for our members and to create wealth in the communities we serve. To achieve our mission the FWMBCC operates within two main areas of focus: education and economics.