The Central Valley Asian-American Chamber of Commerce (CVACC) draws its strength from its diversity in membership. The rich heritage of our Asian members is reflected in its broad ethic roots: Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, South Korean, Indian, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Malaysian, Thai, Laotian, Hmong, and Pacific Islander communities. We welcome our non-Asian members to share our vision of an inclusive chamber that supports commerce and community involvement.
We are a non-profit 501(c)6 organization founded in March 2000. The Central Valley Asian- American Chamber of Commerce (CVACC) is a professional business association whose members work closely with local commerce, non-profits, educational institutions and governmental agencies. Our vision is to improve and expand the overall leadership of the region’s Asian-American community. CVACC’s goals include: providing resource contacts for our members, assisting with community outreach, forming partnerships and collaboration with community-based organizations and representing the legislative interests of our members.
Strength in Unity
Together, Creating a Stronger Voice. Together, Creating a Better Quality of Life for the Central Valley.
The mission of the Central Valley Asian-American Chamber of Commerce is to promote and grow the Asian-American business community and local commerce in the Central Valley.
We are a non-profit 501 (c)(6) corporation founded in March 2000. The Central Valley Asian American Chamber of Commerce is a professional business and trade association, where members work closely with local non-profit organizations, educational institutions, governmental agencies and corporations, to improve and expand the overall leadership capabilities of the region's Asian American community.
Central Valley Asian-American Chamber of Commerce
178 W. Adams St., Stockton, CA 95204
Leslie Edman, Executive Director
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