Welcome to the Coolidge Chamber of Commerce
Home of the Casa Grande Ruins
We have moved to our new location at the Artisan Village of Coolidge!
351 N. Arizona Blvd
(Northeast Corner of Arizona Blvd and Pima Ave)
The Coolidge Chamber of Commerce was established on September 2nd, 1959 and is the driving force for business and economic development within the City. The Chamber is ever ready to promote local businesses, the interests of the Community or to receive the many tourists that visit the City. Stop by anytime to see what is happening in and around the fine City of Coolidge or see what the Chamber can do for your business.
Together we can make a difference!
August Spotlight of the Month
Hope Women's Center
Our Spotlight for August is Hope Women’s Center – Coolidge. They serve women and teen girls facing any difficult life situation. Whether faced with drug/alcohol addiction, domestic abuse, unplanned pregnancy, unemployment, prostitution, homelessness, or family conflict., the mission of Hope Women’s Center is to engage, encourage and equip vulnerable women and adolescent girls by providing support for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. They offer a holistic approach to the hurts of life by addressing each facet of a woman and providing her with tools and resources to discover how truly extraordinary she was made to be.
Hope Women’s Center has been serving vulnerable women and teen girls in the East Valley for more than 30 years. In addition to centers in Apache Junction and Phoenix, Hope Women’s Center opened the Coolidge Center in 2013. In 2015, the Coolidge Center saw 138 women and 35 kids in more than 3,500 opportunities for impact. Hope Women’s Center strongly values community partnerships. They work with numerous other charities and community organizations such as the Salvation Army, Against Abuse, CAAFA, Coolidge Youth Coalition, Lions Club, Pinal County Attorney’s Office, Coolidge Police, and AZ Foster Care Initiatives. One of our biggest challenges is getting the word out to the community about the center. Since all resources are free to clients, they depend on the community for financial support and the material donations to fill the resource room. It is vital that everyone understands what they do on a daily basis and why they need community support. Also, because hunger is such an issue in the community Hope Women’s Center offers a meal each day the center is open for the women and children. Making sure there is food to serve those meals is another huge challenge. Hope has been open for 3 years now and the support of the City Council, Police Department, and the Chamber of Commerce has been a great encouragement. It is by serving together that we can help improve the lives of women and families in our community.