Wherever we are originally from, whether the Eastside, Westside, big city Honolulu or neighbor islands, once we’re here on the Mainland, people from Hawai`i share a strong natural bond with one another. We meet on the street for the very first time, and within minutes, we’re like family. There is an instant sense of trust and a genuine desire to help each other. This feeling of `ohana is what makes Hawai`i so special and unique.
Recognizing this feeling of ‘ohana that we all share, the Hawai`i Chamber of Commerce of Northern California (HCCNC) was established as a nonprofit corporation to bring us together, for the benefit of all. If you’re new to the Mainland and looking for a dentist, or insurance agent, or realtor that understands ‘ohana and will take special care of others from Hawai’i, or if you’re seeking career opportunities in California or looking for a new job back home in Hawai`i, we can help.
The mission of HCCNC is to serve as a bridge, connecting Hawai`i expatriates in Northern California. While having fun and building friendships are also important objectives, HCCNC is much more than a social club. Our primary goal is to help advance your career or business through relevant seminars, speakers and networking events. Visit our website at www.hccnc.com for more information about HCCNC including lists of our officers and directors, corporate sponsors and business members.