Advocacy – General Fund
For 41 years, the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has been the leading advocate for the economic and civic interest of the Houston Hispanic business community.
This year, the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce reaches 41 year of advocating for the economic and civic interests of the Houston Hispanic business community. Over the past forty-one years, the Chamber has evolved from a small group of active business leaders into the impactful organization with the reputation it enjoys today – the Leader of Houston’s New Majority ®.
Today, the Chamber represents the largest demographic group in the region, $60 billion in annual economic activity, and the fastest-growing voting bloc in the country.
And while we’re proud of the past 41 years, it’s now time to look forward.
Today we ask that you consider an investment in the Chamber’s Advocacy General Fund Campaign. This campaign will help support the vision of the organization for the next 41 years, and your investment will allow us to expand our advocacy and influence across the region.
We appreciate and value your on-going support.
- Telemundo Presentation - 2017 Hispanic Impact Summmit Data
Over the years, the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's advocacy work has had an indelible impact on its members and the Hispanic business community. In 2018, the Chamber will continue its advocacy work to create a better, more business- friendly Greater Houston region. The Chamber's 2018 legislative priorities are:
- A permanent legislative solution for DACA recipients
- Protecting NAFTA
- Maximizing 2020 Census participation
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The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce supports renegotiation efforts that seek to preserve and
modernize NAFTA, make it friendlier to the American worker, and introduce new energy-focused provisions
to better reflect the global business climate of the 21st century.
Read more about the future of NAFTA and our views about the renegotiation process
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This report offers a detailed look at the economic impact of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and its recipients.
Read more about the position of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in regards to DACA
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Advocating for Business
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