• Welcome to the San Rafael Chamber!

    Become a member of the Chamber’s vibrant community of business collaborators. Together, we’ll help you grow, thrive and profit.

     

  • Thank You to Our Leaders Circle Sponsors:

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  • Celebrating Small Business Week in Marin- May 6-10 Celebrating Small Business Week in Marin- May 6-10

     As part of Small Business Week, the Chamber is partnering with  SBDC and SCORE to present three informative and relevant workshops to help your business. All are scheduled at the noon hour. so feel free to bring your brown bag lunch.

    Workshops are Monday, Tuesday and Friday, noon-2pm. Registration is $10 and $25 for all three. 

    Monday- Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training

    Tuesday- Digital Marketing Strategies

    Friday- Brand Building

    More information and Register here- click "Take a Workshop".

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  • 2nd Annual Marin Community Job Fair 2nd Annual Marin Community Job Fair

    Looking for Work? Trying to Build Your Career?

    Please join us for the second annual Marin Community Job Fair, Wednesday, May 15, 11am-2pm. Downtown San Rafael, B Street Community Center. 

    Free for all job seekers. Register and be entered to win a $100 Visa gift card.

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  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Mini-Grant PILOT PROGRAM is now live! Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Mini-Grant PILOT PROGRAM is now live!

    What is the Mini-Grant?

    The City of San Rafael is seeking mini-grant proposals from eligible local businesses to provide a multi-disciplinary approach to reduce illegal dumping through environmental design.  Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) strategies aim to reduce victimization, deter offender decisions that precede criminal acts, and build a sense of community among inhabitants so they can gain territorial control of area and reduce opportunities for crime and fear of crime.

    Click here for additional information about the CPTED program including how to apply, etc.

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