Citizen & Business of the Year Awards Dinner
2021 Citizen of the Year
Stacey Whitney - Altadena Farmer’s Market
2021 Altadena Business of the Year
The Galloway Family
Joey, Brenda, William and Billy
Photos Courtesy of DebSquare Photos
Join the SBA on June 30, 2022 for a webinar to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex (LGBTQI+) Pride Month. The webinar will feature a live panel discussion with Larry Webb, District Director, SBA Washington Metropolitan Area District Office; Justin Nelson, Co-founder and President, National LGBT Chamber of Commerce; and small business owner Rachel Kalenberg of Pizza Carrello from Gillette, Wyoming.
The discussion will focus on financial wellness and the importance of equity and opportunity to help uplift and support LGBTQI+-owned small businesses. The panel will also discuss SBA initiatives and resources that support small business recovery, LGBTQI+ startups seeking to launch, and help for existing LGBTQI+-owned small businesses as they pivot and grow in a post-COVID world.
If you have questions regarding the Market Report contact Doug Colliflower: firstname.lastname@example.org
WELCOME OUR NEW MAY MEMBERS!!
Callisto Tea House
1359 N. Altadena Avenue
Pasadena, CA. 91107
Kris Zacny, VP
2408 Lincoln Ave
Altadena, CA 91001
3294 Dabney s
Altadena, CA. 91001
Club Z In Home and
Online Tutoring Services of Altadena
1968 LAKE AV APT 301
Altadena, CA 91001
1704 Glen Ave.
Pasadena, CA. 91103
Kat's Macarons & Stuff
914 Parkman St
Altadena, CA. 91001
2022 Officers and Board of Directors
President – Dr. Sandra Thomas
Vice President – Judy Matthews
Treasurer – Craig Sloane
Secretary - Maricela Viramontes
Immediate Past President – Doug Colliflower
Incorporated in 1924, The Altadena Chamber of Commerce and Civic Association was formed to promote the commercial, industrial, civic and general interests of the Altadena community and its trade area.
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization and relies upon membership dues and volunteer labor to staff an office and provide services to the community.
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce is an equal opportunity organization which strives to reflect the positive and extensive diversity of the community.
Membership is open to any person, assoc., corp., partnership, estate or other business entity sharing the goals and objectives of the Chamber for the betterment of the entire community of Altadena.
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce produces special events, hosts periodic mixers, maintains a web site and provides information about Altadena to visitors, residents and businesses.
Altadena Chamber of Commerce meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 9am .
Meetings are virtual until further notice
Please check website for details
To join the meeting virtually click here:
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If you would like to be added to the agenda.
The next meeting:
July 5, 2022
Do you have any events, promotions or sales coming up? Let the Chamber of Commerce know!
We'd be happy to include it in the monthly Newsletter or send out a special announcement to the 600+ members we have on our mailing list. Feel free to contact the Chamber for any information, requests or concerns.
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce
The Altadena Town Council meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm. Meetings currently virtual. Meetings can be watched on YouTube. The next meeting is Tuesday, June 21, 2022.
Check web-site for agenda.
"A satisfied customer is the best business strategy of all."
Our Call Center Can Help Your Business
DCBA has partnered with the Department of Workforce, Development, Aging, and Community Services, and other County and State agencies to bring you the L.A. County Disaster Help Center.
Counselors are available Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to help business owners navigate emergency loan applications and help individuals that were recently laid off due to this emergency. Multilingual help is available.
Contact the Disaster Help Center:
Call (833) 238-4450
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Did you know as a member you can submit information about your business to be submitted in this newsletter?
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Masks are no longer required in indoor public settings or businesses, but it's okay if you don't feel quite comfortable yet!
You can continue to wear a mask as you shop your local grocery store or small business.
Employees also have the option to take extra safety measures at their workplace. LA County businesses can get free supplies of N95s, 3ply surgical masks, and hand sanitizer to be safer at work. Head over to PPE Unite to stock up today.
Businesses can also click here to learn more about the updated LA County Health Officer Order.
Are you a member of the Altadena Chamber of Commerce?
Great reasons to join your local Chamber of Commerce:
- Make business contacts.
- Receive chamber newsletters.
- Bring credibility to your business.
- Increase your visibility in the community.
- Networking opportunities with other business owners
- Gain a voice in government...
Meet your community host a "Mixer" or "Meet and Greet"
- Learn about new government programs for businesses
- Free business highlighting in newsletter
- Membership in a Chamber of Commerce builds consumer confidence. Studies have shown that consumers are 50% more likely to frequent businesses that belong to the local Chamber of Commerce.
- A listing on the Chamber online directory.
- Opportunities to promote your business in Chamber monthly newsletter and the e-mail blasts.
- The best web presence for a minimal investment. The Chamber's web-site offers new opportunities for business.
- Free referrals to member businesses. When potential customers call the Chamber, we refer them only to Chamber members who provide those services. The best chance to grow your business.
- Chamber after hours social and mixer provides members the opportunity to mix, mingle and network in a fun, casual environment. The best social events and opportunities to get together casually for fun and networking.
- Informational presentations and seminars for members. Occasional informational presentations and seminars for members and workshops on business plan writing, human resource management and more. The best educational opportunities for members.
The opportunity to exhibit your business at the annual "Sip and Shop" in December.
- An opportunity to impact our community. Collaborative efforts, assistance and volunteer efforts positively affect our city and enhance your business’ profile in the community.
- The Small Business Development Center at Pasadena City College, the U.S. Small Business Administration, and more.
- Advocacy on behalf of businesses and the local economy before local, regional, state and federal authorities on matters than may impact the ability or cost of doing business.
- Low yearly dues.
The California Dream Fund Program is a one-time $35 Million grant program that will provide micro-grants up to $10,000 to seed entrepreneurship and small business creation in California. This program will be administered by CalOSBA.
Sign up to be informed when the Dream Fund program launches.