Southern California Black Chamber Of Commerce

On behalf of the Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce, it is our sincere pleasure to inform you that you have been selected to receive a discount at our MLK Award Gala on January 18, 2020.  The event is a black tie affair and will be held from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at 1101 California St. Redlands, CA 92374.

We reserve this honor for individuals and organizations who have demonstrated diligent service to the communities they serve.  This event is given in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s legacy and commitment to service.  Because of your commitment to minority enterprise and philanthropy, we believe that honoring your work is particularly timely at this event. 

The Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce (SCBCC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) business organization with a mission to improve the economic environment of minority businesses while fostering business development and prosperity.  Along with working to assist minority businesses, we support the Alzheimer’s Association which provides resources, training and support for individuals and families affected by the disease.  We also operate YouthBuild Charter School of California in San Bernardino, California.  YouthBuild is a free, project-based charter high school rooted in social justice and community action for students ages 16-24 who need to earn a high school diploma. YouthBuild provides education and opportunities to low income and marginalized students and exposes them to experiences that can improve their future while helping them earn a high school diploma.  Our goal for the Gala is to raise funds to support the YouthBuild program and offer scholarships to our graduating students.

Tickets are on sale for $75.00.  The event includes a three-course dinner.  Tickets can be purchased online at Gala Registration

Your friends and family can use the online ticket code: MLKGALA to receive $25 off the ticket price.  Call us at (888) 466-7408 if you have any questions.


We look forward to seeing at this event.


Rich Wallace

President/Founder of the SCBCC

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