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A message from the CEODear Stakeholders,This year HCCM enters its eighth year of operation, a journey that has been challenging and rewarding. Through disappointmentand euphoria, together we grew stronger. We’ve built partnerships and exchanged resources as we strived to deliver value-addedservices to our constituency, while keeping our small non-profit in the black. As I reflect back eight years ago when we openedour doors with no funding, donated furnishings and office space, we had hope and ambition as we began our vision for change.With support from our corporate friends, local government, business and community partners, we began to realize our vision andappreciate the vital role we serve in strengthening Minnesota’s economy.This has been our journey -all of us together! I invite you to review our accomplishments in our 2007 Annual Report, where youwill see that HCCM does belong to all of us! In this report you will see the success, service delivery and collaborative partnershipsthat have made us stronger. I smile as I look back and remember, and I smile even more when I think of how much more we cando together.Image what we can accomplish in eight more years, imagine our community thriving economically, and imagine the commercewe can grow together. Imagination is a wonderful thing. Converting dreams to reality is hard work, it requires those of you that areengaged to continue doing so, and those of you who are not yet –to become so. Today, we still have what we started with eightyears ago; we have hope, we have ambition, we have a clear vision and the strength of your continued support.Imagination is a wonderful thing!Sincerely,Val VargasPresident & CEOHCCM3000 North 2nd St.Minneapolis, MN 55411Phone 612-312-1692Oscar Montes, Val Vargas, Irene Rodriguez, Gustavo Rosso.Fax 612-312-1393vvargas@hispanicmn.org ▪ www.hispanicmn.org ▪ www.hispanicmidwest.org ▪ www.25ontherise.com2


HCCM Board of Directors 2006Carlos LopezCasa Travel350 W. Burnsville PkwySuite 225Burnsville, MN 55337(952) 886-7629carlos@casatravel.comFrancisco Gonzalez,Interim TreasurerMN Department of Laboand Industry443 Lafayette Rd. NSt. Paul, MN 55155(651)284-5202francisco.gonzalez@state.mn.usGeorge Jacobson, ChairMEDA250 Second Ave. SouthMinneapolis, MN 55401(612) 259-6564gjacobson@meda.netJorge Restrepo, SecretarySpectrum Custom Design5401 Opportunity CourtMinnetonka, MN 55343(952)238-8878jorgerestrepo02@hotmail.comUri Camarena, Vice ChairSomos, Inc.116 East 22nd StreetMinneapolis, MN 55404(612) 379-6639uri@somosinc.comVal Vargas, President & CEOVargas Company, Inc.2347 141st Lane NWAndover, MN 55304(763)571-2543vvargas@hispanicmn.orgJuan CervantesState Farm Insurance1694 Suburban AveSt. Paul, MN 55106(651) 793-0777juan.cervantes.nl7n@statefarm.comJulie Delgado O’NeilCity of Minneapolis, AttorneyP O. BOX 15694Minneapolis, MN 55415(612) 673-2017julie.delgado-o'neil@ci.minneapolis.mn.usADVISORY BOARDEsperanza Guerrero-AndersonSandra VargasPatrick KellyEdgardo RodriguezHCCM Mission: To foster and promote economic prosperity in the Hispanic community through access to information,training/education, business/commerce and other resources.HCCM Vision: Being a catalyst for progressive, positive change for Hispanic individuals, businesses and professionalsand for those who seek to engage them.Misión: Fomentar y promover la prosperidad económica en la Comunidad Hispana a través del acceso a información,entrenamiento/educación, negocios/comercio entre otros recursos.Visión: Ser una fuente catalizadora para el cambio positivo y progresivo de individuos y empresarios latinos y otrosprofesionales que deseen ser parte de este proceso.3


HCCM ProgramsOur programs and services empower Latinos with knowledge and resources to achieve their potential. We support access to resourcesthat help people build businesses, increase their education and good jobs, develop job skills, purchase homes and understand financialsystems, and make connections in the community that will support their advancement. Furthermore, our work is changing the systems thathave traditionally excluded or negatively impacted Latinos. The HCCM eliminates barriers and is helping to better integrate Latinos intocurrent systems and provide the tools and knowledge for them to be more successful economically and socially.Although the HCCM’s services are focused on being bilingual and culturally relevant for Latinos, all people are welcome to receiveservices and participate in our events and programs. (The organization does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex,religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, or national origin.) Our networking meetings, in particular, draw attendance from avery diverse audience. We are building relationships with other immigrant groups who experience similar challenges, with big corporationsand small businesses that recognize the significant contributions and potential of Latinos, and with many other individuals and groups whowish to become more engaged in business and association with Latinos.1) Business Training and Technical Assistance helps Latinoentrepreneurs and small business owners start and expandbusinesses that create jobs. The program provides individualizedcounseling, access to capital lending programs, group workshopsand a bilingual online training series that provides flexible instructionin the areas of finances, banking, budgeting, credit, business startup,legal, consumer advocacy, marketing/e-business, accounting,human resources, advertising, franchise opportunities and others.2) Workforce Development: Special projects with a focuson soft skills for all Sectors of work. Vocational English as aSecond Language (VESL) classes are designed to meet specificwork related communication needs of non-English speakingemployees and their employers in the following four industries: 1)Construction/Trades, 2) Manufacturing & Agriculture, 3) ServiceIndustries & Administration, and 4) Retail & Hospitality.3) The Midwest Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce(MCHCC) connects Latino individuals, students, and professionalswith career, educational, and business opportunities and resourcesavailable throughout the Midwest. The Coalition coordinates anannual career and educational conference and maintains a websitethat posts career and educational resources. Coalition membersinclude Hispanic Chambers of Commerce from Iowa, Michigan,Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio and Indiana.4) Home Ownership & Financial Literacy services help familiesto establish financial security and stability through sound financialmanagement and home ownership. Bilingual and certified by MNHousing Finance, Homestretch workshop provider and individualcounseling teaches Latinos how to purchase a home and accessloans and other assistance programs. Financial Literacy workshopsenhance the individual’s knowledge of banking, budgeting, loansand personal/family financial management.5) Chamber & Networking activities create opportunities forindividuals and businesses to communicate and connect withbusinesses and other organizations. The Chamber Programcoordinates five networking meetings, monthly eNews, and specialevents (Gala, Latina Development Series and the Golfiesta). “25on the Rise” Annual Awards Program recognizes and promotes25 emerging Latino leaders and role models under forty who workin a variety of fields and professions. (These activities are 100%supported through membership dues and chamber fundraisingevents)4


2007 Our Seventh Year2007 Service Highlights and AccomplishmentsIn 2007 we served more than 1,512 individuals.The HCCM (Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Minnesota) is a nonprofit economic development organization that was established in 2000with the mission to foster and promote economic prosperity in Minnesota by providing leadership in business and commerce in the Latino/Hispanic community. First organized in 2000 as a 501(c)(6) chamber of commerce, we soon realized the potential to impact the economicdevelopment of Latinos through directed programs that work in coordination with our chamber activities.Within a year, the organization was reorganized as a 501(c)(3) under the name HCCM. Our vision is to be a catalyst for progressivepositive change for Hispanic businesses and professionals and those who seek to engage them.The HCCM coordinates four bilingual and culturally relevant economic development programs including Business Training and TechnicalAssistance, Workforce Development, Home Ownership & Financial Literacy, and The Midwest Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce.We continue to offer chamber and networking activities through a separate program that is 100% funded by membership dues and fundraisingevent revenues. The HCCM’s structure is uniquely designed to advance the organization’s economic development goals by drawing uponthe resources of its chamber membership and community connections.Business Training and Technical Assistance● The HCCM assisted 14 Latino business start-ups or expansions thatcreated more than 38 new jobs.● We helped Latino businesses secure an estimated $615,000 of loans.● Our bilingual online training series served 62 independent learners (16in English and 46 in Spanish).● Three business training and technical assistance workshops served26 individuals.Workforce Development● Through our various Workforce Development partnerships, 37 Latinosparticipated in bilingual training in the areas of business administrationand 14 in the farming industry.Midwest Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce(MCHCC)● The HCCM’s regional chambers website, www.hispanicmidwest.org,received more than 77,000 hits from over 2690 visitors posting andviewing career and educational opportunities.Home Ownership “Homestretch provider” & FinancialLiteracy Program● Individualized Financial Literacy counseling was provided to 37 Latinos.Each client received between 7-8 hours of counseling.● The Home Ownership Pre-Purchase Counseling case load was 21ongoing clients who are at different levels of preparedness for purchasinga home.www.hispanicmn.org had 861,527 hits with 61,263 visitors in 2007. Withthe help of 73 volunteers the organizations membership grew to 334 andwe held the following events:5


February 3, 2007Metropolitan Ballroom5418 Wayzata BoulevardMinneapolis, MN 55416HCCM EVENTSAnnual Gala “Are Your Ready for Some Salsa?”The HCCM’s 6h Anniversary Gala event raised $72,000 and had 13 sponsors, over 100 auction doners and even though it was the coldestnight of the year; was attended by around 280 community members. The GALA featured a Reception/Silent Auction, Dinner and a Live Auctionfollowed by the hot salsa/meringue of Latin Sounds.GALA COMMITTEE:Anne RuiseñorAnthony QuillChris M. Smith -CommunicationsErnesto M. TovarJorge Restrepo - Board of DirectorsJose LaurelLeah Johnson - Donation Co-ChairMadeleyna GrahamMary Restrepo - Event ChairSarah Marckese-Jass - Volunteer ManagementShari RhodeTerry Ybarra-Cervantes - Event Vice ChairOscar HernandezOther Gala Night Volunteersand Officials:Ana Maria DuqueBianca CervantesCarlos Baires EscobarEdgardo RodriguezGeorge JacobsonJena MakiJuan Carlos RuiseñorJuan CervantesMichele DierdzinskiLuke MatusovicMaria HintzPerla KruseSam’s Club EmployeesGala Sponsors:State Farm – title sponsor 6th consecutive yearBest BuyCarlson CompaniesClear ChannelComcastMoneygramNWAQwestReMaxSam’s ClubUnivisionUS BankVerizon Wireless6


HCCM EVENTSVIP Breakfast – May 15, 2007 at 7:30 AMComo Park - Marjorie McNeely Conservatory (2nd Floor)1225 Estabrook DriveSt. Paul, MN 55103Held in recognition of HCCM 2006 Sponsors, Funders and Volunteers. The breakfast highlighted our service delivery and otheraccomplishments. Brief program to recognize shareholders and to obtain comment/suggestion/etc. for HCCM in 2007.Latina Development Series - Sponsored by ComcastEach luncheon was hosted at the Womens Club of Minneapolis and was designedin the first year to identify what our focus should be in terms of a program forLatinas. We descovered that that Mentorship was key to both the Panelists andthe audience, while networking and communication was a close second.April 23rd “My Experience as a Successful Latina: Barriersand Triumphs”Attendance: 62Panelists include:Marta Chou, attorney (Robbins Kaplan Miller & Ciresi)Victoria Campoverde, Program manager and Lead Teacher (Joyce Pre-School)Josie Bisenius, Manager Customer Service (Comcast)Maureen Acosta, Director of Development (Metropolitan State University)A coffee gift basket was donated by Starbucks.June 7th “Issues affecting the Economic Developmentof Latinas”Attendance: 56Panelists include:Jeanette Valencia, Manager Supply Chain (Medtronic)Maria Seiler, Vice President Diversity (Carlson Companies)Ana Bowman, Partner (McGladrey)Moderator – Marcela Soto - RGCAugust 2nd “Educational Experiences and Challenges”Attendance: 53Panelists include:Elsa Vega Perez, Senior Program Officer (Otto BremerFoundation)Maureen Cisneros, Board of Regents (University ofMinnesota)Margaret Villanaeva, Professor (St. Cloud State University)Maricruz Hill, Regional Project Manager (US Bank)2007 NETWORKING EVENTSFive Networking Meetings wereattended by over 300 communityprofessionals.●April 26th sponsored and hostedby Century College●July 17th sponsored and hostedby State Farm at State Farmheadquarters in Mendota Heights●October 23rd sponsored by StateFarm at the Neighborhood Housein St. Paul●November 15th sponsored andhosted by the Women’s Club ofMinneapolis●December 6th sponsored by USBank at Babalu in MinneapolisSeptember 6, 2007Location: The Links at Northfork in Ramsey,Minnesota (12:30 Shotgun / Scramble)Attendance: 1286th Annual GOLFiestaEach year HCCM tees off for Hispanic Heritage month with a Best Ball Scramble designed for fun and networking! Starts with a Latin BBQlunch by La Loma, and 18 holes of golf with sponsors on various holes offering contest of skill and silliness. This year’s tournament 1st placewas John Pacheco’s team from Xcel Energy.This year’s tournament raised $2,800 for Latino scholarships to be donated to LEDC (Latino Economic Development Center) in the Summerof 2008.Thank you to our Sponsors:Sam’s Club – Title SponsorState Farm – Dinner and Awards SponsorBremer Bank – Beverage Cart SponsorPlanning Committee:Bob (Mingo) Mendez Leo LopezSteve MunosDanielle ZitzerErick Garcia LunaOther Sponsors:7Angela Sadat Real EstateAltria Corporate ServicesComcast Business ServicesGeneral MillsLa Loma TamalesMA MortensonMedtronicNortheast BankOld Republic TitleRyan CompaniesSimply Signs by MendezTargetTwin Cities Co-opVargas Company Inc.


4th Annual MCHCC Career and Education Recruiting ConferenceDate: September 27th, 2007Location: Dunwoody CollegeIn 2003 the HCCM lead the formation of the Midwest Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (MCHCC) in order to pool theeducational and employment resources of the Hispanic Chambers for Latinos throughout the Midwest. The two major activities of theCoalition include 1) the coordination of a website, www.hispanicmidwest.org, through which Latinos can access postings of career andeducational opportunities, and 2) the Annual Career and College Recruiting Conference. Current Coalition partners include Minnesota,Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Illinois and Indiana.American Red Cross- Twin Cities Area ChapterAndersen CorporationAvon Products, Inc.Blue Cross Blue Shield of MNBoy Scouts of AmericaCarlson CompaniesCarlson School of Management-University ofMinnesotaCentury CollegeChicano Latino Affairs CouncilCity of Saint PaulCollege of St. CatherineComcastConcordia UniversityDakota County Technical CollegeDunwoody CollegeFederal Reserve Bank of MinneapolisHennepin CountyHennepin County Child & Teen CheckupsHCCM EVENTSSponsored by Dunwoody and Pepsi Bottling MinnesotaBusiness, Education and Local Government Participants:Hennepin County Human ResourcesHennepin County Medical CenterHennepin Technical CollegeIndependent School District #761Latino Midwest NewsMcDonald’s CorporationMedicaMetropolitan State University - Urban TeacherProgramMinneapolis Parent Information Centers, Inc.Minnesota Army National GuardMinnesota State Colleges and UniversitiesMinnesota State PatrolMinnesota Twins Baseball ClubMN Private CollegesNew World Mortgage, Inc.Owatonna Public SchoolsParasole Restaurant Holdings, IncPepsi Bottling GroupSaint Mary’s UniversitySpectrum Custom Designs Inc.Spherion Pacific WorkforceSt Cloud State UniversityUniversity of MInnesotaUniversity of Minnesota Law SchoolUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesUniversity of St. ThomasUniversity of St. Thomas College of BusinessUniversity of St. Thomas School of LawUPSUS BANKUST School of EducationVerizon WirelessWells FargoXcel Energy8


HCCM EVENTS25 on The Rise – Lideres Hispano under the age of 40Recognizing role models and emerging leaders in the Latino community who were profiled inTwin Cities Business Magazines’ January 2008 edition.I. Ethics & Integrity► To what extent is ethics importantto this individual’s value system?► Has this individual establisheda reputation for integrity in thecommunity?► Has this individual been recognizedfor his/her integrity?STANDARDS & SELECTION CRITERIAII. Achievement► Has this individual experiencedincreasing levels of responsibility?► Is this individual involved withprofessional affiliations and associations?► Has this individual been recognizedfor accomplishments?► Is this person known to have highindustry stature?► If applicable, has this individual’sbusiness or organization grown andhas he/her shared some responsibilityin that?III. Eligibility► This individual must be underthe age of 40 as of 10/30/05► Is this individual at least 25%Hispanic from Mexico, Caribbean,Central America, SouthAmerica?► Has this individual filled outthe entire application and submittedit with the specified time?IV. Community ServiceDoes this individual giveback to his/her community?Is this individual an inspirationto his/her community?Has this individual beenasked/served on boards orcommissions?Does this individual volunteerhis/her time?Is this person known to havehigh stature within his/hercommunity?Award Reception and Dinner held November 29, 2007 at The Depot-Marriott attended by over 300. The event also raised $1,100 in donations to theHCCM BECA (scholarship fund).NomineeFirst NameAlejandra CarolinaAngela MariaCarlosCarolineCelinaEnriqueFrankGabrielaGracielaGustavoHectorJaimeJeannetJoshuaJuanJuan CarlosKarlaLourdezMariaMariaMarthaNataliaPabloRickSandra2007 Lideres Hispanos:NomineeLast NameDanielson CastilloVelezLopezTerrioMartinaGarciaFernandezPerez SchoenerMendezRossoMartinezRamirezValenciaBecerraVegaRuiseñorJuarezSchwabDiazMcFarlaneNoyolaPreteltBoreanVazquezFelemoviciusCompany OrganizationOcupationCollege of St. CatherinesOpen Systems InternationalCasa Travel, Inc.McCollum, Crowley, Moschet & MillerGirl Scout Council of Greater MinneapolisCafeteria La LomaBlue Cross Blue Shield of MN3M International Business DivisionNeighborhood Development Alliance (NEDA)MN Experience TelevisionXcel EnergySt. Cloud VA Medical CenterMedtronicNeighborhood HouseSt Paul City Attorney's OfficeMinnPar-International SalesGeneral MillsWest Central Integration CollaborativeWest Central Integration CollaborativeGE Commercial FinanceSt Cloud State UniversityMPLS Consortium of Community DevelopersEdina RealtyBremer BankIndependent ArtistState Farm – Title Sponsor3MBest BuyCasa TravelCargillThanks to our Sponsors:ComcastMcDonaldsMedtronicTwin City Business MagazineUS BankVerizon WirelessUNIVISION9


FUNDING STRATEGIESThe HCCM has achieved a great deal of financial and organizational stability that will ensure the organization’s sustainabilitywell into the future.The 2007 revenues grew to nearly $400,000 and is expected to grow to $500,000 over the next few years. About onethird of that revenue is expected to come from corporate and foundation support, one third from the HCCM’s fundraisingevents, and one third from membership and program revenue. The year 2007 was a key year for stabilizing theorganization through Board development, and staff training. We anticipate 2008 to be both productive in terms of valueto the community and pivotal in terms of how we work with them!Un-Audited 2007Year to DateActualYear to DateBudgetRevenuesFOUNDATION/CORPORATION CONTRIB 142,458.34 217,500.00EVENTS & PRODUCTS 174,222.00 171,000.00MEMBERSHIP INCOME 69,050.00 45,000.00OTHER INCOME (1,961.87) (2,000.00)Total Revenues 387,692.21 435,500.00Cost of SalesDIRECT COSTS 73,232.44 65,900.00Total Cost of Sales 73,232.44 65,900.00Gross Profit 314,459.77 369,600.00ExpensesSALARIES 72,041.70 98,250.00BENEFITS & PAYROLL TAXES 12,651.43 16,381.00PROFESSIONAL FEES 113,744.00 130,299.96TRAINING 13,486.77 11,000.00TRAVEL 10,739.51 14,723.00MEALS & ENTERTAINMENT 1,209.95 4,000.00DIRECT PROGRAM EXPENSES 12,117.440 .00EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE 2,984.50 11,400.00SUPPLIES & POSTAGE 11,011.05 14,000.00PRINTING & MARKETING 10,424.59 16,450.00RENT & UTILITIES 14,362.19 12,000.00INSURANCE 1,241.45 2,000.00MISCELLANEOUS 5,247.65 6,000.00Total Expenses 281,262.23 336,503.96Net Income 33,197.54 33,096.0410


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