Partnership Drive Still Collecting Donations

Have your heard the Black Chamber of Commerce – Metro OKC had a partnership drive on November 17, 2017. We’re on a mission to be the premier resource for Black Businesses & those who want to do business in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan area. It was an opportunity to learn more about the Black Chamber of Commerce and meet the Board Members. The chamber collected donations for some amazing local charities. We partnered with

  • Teachers Appreciation Foundation
  • Sox of Love
  • Wonderfully Made Foundation/WMF Homeless Home
  • We are still collecting donations, if your were not able to attend the event stop by our office during office hours to drop off your donations.

    Suggested Donations

  • Sock
  • School Supplies
  • Tolietries
  • It was and evening of networking and giving. If you are ready to build a partnership with your Black Chamber of Commerce – Metro OKC? Contact our office today. Want more information call 405-595-4874 or email our office at info@okcblackchamber.com

    November 2017

    Greetings,

    The 2017 holiday season is officially here and 2018 is quickly bearing down on us. Wow, it is hard to believe! I am sure that many are starting to do of all that cleaning, shopping, and cooking in preparation for friends and family to come over. As we begin to look forward to the upcoming year, I want to take some time to talk about what is currently happening in the OKC Black Chamber, and discuss what you can expect in the near future.

    As many of you know, I spent the first part of this year deployed to Ukraine, located in far eastern Europe. My duties as a soldier in the Oklahoma Army National Guard, sent me to the freezing cold and snow, to work with several different countries as part of a NATO mission. I want to publicly say that I appreciate the patience that our partners and the community showed during that time. I also want to thank the Board of Directors and our administrative staff for the extra time spent each week, making sure the chamber was strong and running in my absence.

    Within the last couple of months, the OKC Black Chamber has ramped up our commitment to being the solidified entity that provides a critical, positive impact to the community and businesses in the Oklahoma City area. There are plenty of things which play into this happening, and many of these are coming soon. From our Community Education Series, focus on real economic development, and launching a scholarship program, it is just the beginning of the excitement.

    November will be a packed month that you will want to take advantage of. On the 7th, at 8:00 am, we will be holding the chamber monthly premier networking breakfast. It will be held on the Springlake Metro Tech campus. The sponsoring host is Riverside Garden Cemetery, who has been an invaluable partner since coming on board with the OKC Black Chamber recently.

    Directly following the Fresh Start breakfast, there will be an insurance seminar to kick off the Community Education Series. It will be the first of a two-part seminar, with the next course being held the following week.

    Our Partnership Drive launches this month on November 17th, at 5:30pm. It will be held at the Bryant Event Center, and feature food, fun, and music. You will have a chance to hear from the OKC Black Chamber leadership, key current partners, ambassadors, and elected officials, on what it means to establish a partnership with the chamber and the importance of having the community’s backing. It will also be an opportunity to support 3 local charities, as they in turn give to those amongst us who are less fortunate. You can read more about them on our website. So please, mark your calendars and plan to be there.

    I have briefly shared just a small piece of all the OKC Black Chamber has going on. Be sure to stay connected on our social media and website for the latest information. Every other Thursday, I am on the ‘Open Mic Show’ on 92.1 and 1140am. I will be on between 9:30 and 10:00am. The segment is small but impactful, so please, tune it. Remember, the OKC Black Chamber of Commerce exists to serve you, something we cannot do without you. So, come. Let’s make history – together.

    Respectfully,
    Eran Harrill – Chief Executive Officer