Press Release

The U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce Foundation for Poverty Alleviation starts operations to expand the generosity of the businesses and people of the United States of America to through an Incubator for Ideas

  • The U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce Foundation (U.S. MCCF) is focusing in rural and vulnerable areas to facilitate economic sustainability through education, innovative technology, emergency preparedness, security , investment, better infrastructure and human development.
  • Hundreds of young people will be instructed in digital entrepreneurship to create startups in website development, app programs, cellular-table repairs, drone administration, social media, digital intelligence and intensive course of English commercial.
  • The program brings key stakeholders together in new alliances to integrate concepts of entrepreneurship, human rights, gender sensitivity, and enhanced accountability into efforts to address Latin America and the Caribbean challenges and governance shortcomings.
  • The main goal is to promote Income Increase Among Impoverished People Through Medium-term Skills Training for Entrepreneurship
  • Grand Opening is schedule for April 29, 2021 at the Headquarters of the United States Minority Chamber of Commerce located at 1111 Brickell Floor 10, Downtown Miami from 6:30 PM to 9 pm.

MIAMI, April 10, 2021 — The U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce Foundation for Poverty Alleviation announced its programs and services to help reduce poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean through education, entrepreneurship, economic and human development with funds and materials to deliver aid and assistance for impoverished persons and vulnerable rural communities. The slogan of the U.S. MCCF is “Unite the Force for Good, Inspires Volunteerism and Compassion to reduce poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean.”

Since then U.S. MCCF has expanded overseas to help those in need across Latin America and the Caribbean and is actively campaigning for more U.S. philanthropic organizations to launch humanitarian projects abroad while advocating for favorable economic development policies facilitating overseas operations in the region. As of 2021, The U.S. MCCF has a plan to start services in Colombia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico and Mexico in the following: