The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is Here for You

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Contra Costa County (H5C) was founded in 1985 to unite the community, merchants, and California legislators in producing positive growth across the 19 cities of  Contra Costa County.

We support our members through Community Programs, Business Education, Opportunity Development, and Advocacy. Programs like our Business Education Series have served businesses by providing the tools and resources required to succeed, and continue to be popular among members for their educational value and business networking opportunities. Our mixers and Speed Networking events continue to be a popular, vital resource that help businesses expand their network and allow members to succeed and flourish.

With the support of the community and our members, H5C has become an award-winning organization and platform for small businesses’ voice, opinions, and concerns to be heard by elected officials during legislative events, and we frequently carry the community’s messages directly to Sacramento and Washington D.C.

If you’re looking to grow your business and find a partner to help you succeed, join H5C!

Supporting Community, Commerce, and Government
in Creating Positive Change for Contra Costa County

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Hi, I’m Ray Villanueva, President of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Contra Costa County, and Business Development Officer at Travis Credit Union. I want to openly acknowledge and personally thank our Corporate sponsors for their generous support over the years. Our sponsors’ continued reinvestment in our community is what makes Contra Costa County a coveted place to live and start a business.

Thank you for your support!

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Featured Corporate Sponsors

Sutter Health Delta Medical Center
New York Life
Travis Credit Union
State Farm
Humana
Commerce Logistics
US Bank
EQ Insurance
Pacific Gas & Electric
Mechanics Bank
Chevron
Fusion Latina Network
Chase
AAA
BART
Walmart
Shell
Union Bank
AT&T
Kaiser Permanente
John Muir Health
Comcast
Tesoro
California Consumer Finance Association
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Republic Services
California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
Conoco Phillips
Dow
Wells Fargo
John F. Kennedy University
Membership Benefits
Access to Capital & Careers

Find jobs or capital for your business.

Access to Leadership

Access to Contra Costa political, business, and community leaders.

Business Luncheons

Networking Business Luncheons to network and promote your business.

Business Directory

Free business listing in Membership Business Directory.

Member Newsletter

Stay informed and connected with members and the business community.

Business Referrals

Get new business referrals from members and the community.

Promote Your Business

Promote your business to other business decision makers.

Networking

Opportunities to meet and exchange ideas with other business owners.

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Testimonials from the H5C Board of Directors

I have served on the Board since 2008, including two terms on the Executive Committee as Chamber Secretary.The Chamber and Board service have contributed immensely to my own professional growth and development.  I have met valuable contacts, gotten business referrals and have had a platform for outreach and community involvement through the Chamber’s programs and events.  I am confident that the next group of Board members will drive the valuable work of the Chamber, meet its challenges head on and continue the legacy of this Chamber which has become known as one of the premiere       Chambers in the East Bay. I would encourage all members to consider service on the Chamber’s Board of Directors.

Leonard E. Marquez
Secretary, H5C

Being on the board of directors has provided me the opportunity to make connections with people throughout the entire bay area; we have helped each other grow in our businesses.

Maria Galicia
Director of East County, H5C

In many ways, the treasurer is at the heart of chamber activity-assisting the board in its stewardship role over chamber finances. As a member of the executive board, the treasurer has access to many regional and statewide business and leadership political events, providing the treasurer with enormous networking and business development opportunities

Dan Walden
Treasurer, H5C

Considering a leadership role in the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is an important decision, both professionally and personally. I’ve had the pleasure of serving the Chamber, first as a Board Member and as President. This position has allowed me to be in direct contact and engage local stakeholders, elected officials and community leaders; to discuss important small business issues and community issues. Being in the forefront of small business issues allowed me to prepare for what’s on the horizon and also provided important contacts for my business. I highly recommend that business owners be part of the Leadership of the Chamber Board and take advantage of the network the Chamber has to offer.

Johnny Huang
President, H5C (2013-2015)