Looking to connect with the Arlington community? You’ve come to the right place. Whether you wish to engage your entire staff or expand your personal connections, the Arlington Chamber of Commerce is your business resource for building enriching community relationships. The Chamber works closely with nonprofit organizations, educational institutions—including Arlington Public Schools and the area’s colleges and universities—as well as state and local governments and Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall. The Chamber is here to expand your community connection. Our members form valuable partnerships and fill crucial needs, and as a result, Arlington continues to thrive.
“OAR is extremely grateful for our partnership with the Arlington Chamber of Commerce and the wonderful connections we’ve made through the Chamber. Recently, we were connected to some friends at TriNet through Olivia McKay at the Chamber. TriNet was hosting their own backpack and school supply donation drive, and they had collected 100 backpacks filled with school supplies. The timing just seemed to be perfect because we have our Project Backpack back-to-school drive going on right now and TriNet agreed to donate their 100 backpacks to our program! OAR’s Project Backpack program provides new backpacks and school supplies to children who have a parent incarcerated locally. We were able to provide backpacks and school supplies for 171 children last year, and we imagine that number will increase this year. Thanks to our new friends at TriNet, we have secured at least 100 backpacks now! Again, OAR is so grateful to the Arlington Chamber for making this wonderful connection and for their continued support of OAR’s mission.”
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“TriNet believes in serving our local community to make it a better place to be. Our office decided to put together backpacks for less fortunate children, and families who need assistance with school supplies and backpacks. TriNet donated the supplies to put together 100 backpacks. We made it a family day at work, inviting our kids to help us put the backpacks together.”