We’re passionate about the places and people we serve. Varay’s community involvement and partnerships help us stay connected. Here are some of the organizations we partner with.
The Borderplex Alliance is a private, non-profit corporation funded mostly by businesses in the North American Borderplex region. This allows them to serve as a confidential, no-fee consultant to business and industry who are contemplating the expansion or relocation of their operations to the region.
The Greater Las Cruces Chamber is a membership-based business advocacy and networking organization that represents more than 900 businesses, employing more than 25,000 employees in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. Small business makes up approximately 85 percent of Chamber membership, which mirrors the overall Las Cruces area business community.
Your El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has remained an effective organization for 21 years because of its efforts to serve the ever-evolving small, minority and women owned business community in the Border Area.
For more than 70 years, Operation Noel has looked out for some of our area’s neediest children. The charity has evolved over the years, but its primary mission today is to provide new winter coats to more than 19,000 children in the region whose families cannot afford to buy the coats for them.
Founded in 1974, the North San Antonio Chamber had the foresight to anticipate San Antonio’s future growth beyond downtown, and we’ve continued to play a major role in shaping and defining solutions for urban and quality of life issues including transportation infrastructure, water quality and supply, energy diversification, economic and workforce development, health and wellness, technology and education.
The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) has been selected as one of the best-run chambers in America. A strong advocate for Hispanic business and Hispanics in business for 85 years, the Hispanic Chamber has been officially notified of its designation as a 5-Star Accredited Chamber from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. It is the first Hispanic Chamber in the United States to be accredited by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The State of Texas offers abundant opportunity for minority, woman and service-disabled veteran-A1:C2 businesses through the Statewide Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program. The free four-year certification gives minority-owned, woman-owned and services service disabled veteran-owned businesses the opportunity to do business with approximately 200 state agencies, including institutions of higher education, that are looking to meet goals for contracting with HUBs.