Get involved with these chambers of commerce in Sacramento

Trying to get more involved in Sacramento? Network with these chambers of commerce and get plugged in.

Someone is opening the door into a brightly lit space. You can see into the room they are entering via large glass window walls, behind which people are signing in at a check-in desk. The pavement outside is wet and reflects the darkening sky.

Joining a chamber of commerce can open doors to possibility and connection.

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Whether you’re a born-and-raised Sacramentan or new to the City of Trees, finding the right crowd can be difficult. Luckily, there are a variety of chambers in Sacramento that can help you meet fellow business owners and engaged community members.

Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce | 400 Capitol Mall, Ste. 2500

  • Established in 1895, this chamber focuses on business representation through local leadership and workplace diversity.
  • Next mixer: Wednesday, March 6, 5-7 p.m.

California Black Chamber of Commerce | 1600 Sacramento Inn Way, Ste. 232

  • Created as a public charity in 1998, CalBCC is dedicated to education, training, community growth, and youth entrepreneurial development on local and statewide levels.
  • Next mixer: Friday, March 1, 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce | 400 Capitol Mall, Ninth Floor

  • Originally known as the Mexican American Chamber, SACHCC’s mission is to promote and develop business growth for members + provide access to the Hispanic market.
  • Next mixer: Thursday, March 21, 6 p.m.
People are milling around a lobby, sitting on couches or standing next to each other, holding glasses of wine and talking amongst themselves.

Another way to get involved is to volunteer for a committee of interest within the chamber.

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East Sacramento Chamber of Commerce | 3027 I St.

  • For residents in and around East Sac, this chamber is an independent, nonprofit, volunteer organization working to improve the community’s economic and civic interest.
  • Next mixer: Thursday, March 7, 5:30-7 p.m.

Natomas Chamber of Commerce | 3511 Del Paso Rd, Ste. 160-336

  • Formerly the Natomas Business Association, the Natomas Chamber works to promote the area’s businesses via bi-weekly networking events + hosting grand openings and ribbon cuttings.
  • Next mixer: Thursday, Feb. 29, 8-9 a.m.

Sacramento Asian-Pacific Chamber of Commerce | 1610 R St., Ste. 300

  • Founded in 1993, this organization is the largest minority chamber in the region, offering support and resources + advocacy on key issues for the AAPI community.
  • Next event: AAPI Night Market on Friday, May 31

Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce | 1026 Florin Rd.

  • The Sac Rainbow Chamber provides community support for local LGBTQ+ businesses via advocacy, development, networking, and more.
  • Next mixer: Tuesday, March 19, 6-7:30 p.m.
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