Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce (FWMBCC)

The Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce (FWMBCC) was formed in 1979 with one goal in mind: "To make Fort Worth a better place to work and raise a family." Its mission is to promote, assist and enhance economic and business development for its members and to create wealth in the communities it serves.

Through civic, industrial and commercial ventures, the FWMBCC is working to make Fort Worth a strong and economically progressive community.

The Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce operates as an independent, non-profit organization.

The activities of FWMBCC are guided by a volunteer elected Board of Directors and officers.

Program development for the Chamber is the direct result of active involvement in community affairs.

Each task undertaken is designed to maximize the economic potential of Fort Worth and its metropolitan area without sacrificing quality living.

Areas of interest include:
Assiatance with MWBE & HUB Certification
Construction
Contract Procurement & Economic Empowerment
Education
Employment

This work is done through committees that address these issues and many others vital to the economic progress of the community.