JAX Chamber President and CEO Daniel Davis issued the following statement today regarding ongoing debate in Tallahassee regarding Enterprise Florida and economic development:
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The Chamber Foundation
Funding Workforce Development and Leadership in JAX
The JAX Chamber Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization incorporated in the State of Florida. Your donation is 100 percent tax deductible under the law. If you have any questions, please consult your tax professional.
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Donate to the JAX Chamber Foundation
The JAX Chamber Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was founded in 1978 and serves northeast Florida in funding workforce development, and leadership and entrepreneurial educational programs in support of long-term regional prosperity. Learn more about the Foundation here.
Downtown’s New Front Door
Downtown’s New Front Door is a project to improve the first impression of Downtown as visitors arrive by the Main Street Bridge. The goal is to use the Chamber-owned property to serve as a catalyst project for downtown revitalization. Learn more about Downtown’s New Front Door.
Jacksonville Women’s Business Center
The Jacksonville Women’s Business Center’s mission is to advance the success of women entrepreneurs at every stage of business development, through mentoring-based programs like AthenaPowerLink®, Financial Matters, Marketing Matters and Business Advisory Councils. Learn more about the Jacksonville Women’s Business Center here.
Women of Influence Education Fund
Funds collected through the WOI Education Fund will support the Jacksonville Women’s Business Center’s (JWBC) programs. JWBC’s mission is to advance the success of women entrepreneurs at every stage of business development. We do this through a wide range of offerings, which include entrepreneurial education services, individual business coaching, facilitating business connections and delivering impactful mentoring programs.
Small Business Center
Since 1993, the Small Business Center has provided the Jacksonville community with training and counseling, providing the critical skills needed to start and grow a business. Through the Foundation, scholarships are provided for socially and economically disadvantaged participants. Learn more about the Small Business Center here.