San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Foundation
UniteSF is housed under the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization part of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.
The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce is San Francisco’s most vibrant business network. A global economic force, San Francisco is the most inclusive and passionate city for innovation and entrepreneurship, and we work hard on its behalf.
The Chamber is a private, nonprofit 501(c)6 membership organization led by an active Board of Directors. The Chamber also works to create a better San Francisco through our foundation, which includes UniteSF, Leadership San Francisco, and Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy.
The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce is the only organization that champions all business.
The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce attracts, supports, and grows business through advocacy, economic development, and business development. It delivers a robust roster of events, programs and initiatives to boost business and economic success. The Chamber provides leadership on issues important to business and takes collective action to advance sustainable economic growth and a better San Francisco for all those who live, work and play in our city and region. The Chamber’s work is focused on three pillars of prosperity: advocacy; business development and economic development. Learn More
The Chamber partners with more than 2,500 member business organizations and their 200,000 employees to support local business, promote commerce and cultivate a dynamic economy. Chamber partners include businesses of every size, industry and neighborhood across the city and region. We are proud to serve our partners – the most successful and committed businesses and organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area. Meet Our Partners
Founded during the Gold Rush in May 1850, the Chamber has been a leading champion of entrepreneurialism and economic prosperity for more than 160 years. From the transcontinental railroad, to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, to the city’s bridges, transit and water systems, the Chamber has a long history of championing the initiatives that make San Francisco great. No organization has done more to serve San Francisco’s business community, and no organization is currently doing more to support local business and the economy.