Promoting Business in Bisbee Arizona

Your Bisbee Chamber of Commerce

Quaint hotels, galleries, golf, history, mine tours, movies, events, Brewery Gulch, ghost tours, restaurants and coffee shops, live music, bars, artists, the culture, a mountain retreat, hiking, shopping … people come to Bisbee for many reasons. Whatever their reason, it supports your business. And, supporting your business is what we do.

Nestled high in the Mule Mountains, Bisbee’s charm encompasses the neighborhoods of Lowell, Old Bisbee, San Jose and Warren. The uniqueness of each of these neighborhoods strengthens Bisbee’s allure.

  • Lowell

  • Old Bisbee

  • San Jose

  • Warren

  • Fun, exciting content
  • Easy to learn and teach
  • Serves a broad demographic including seniors and at-risk youth
  • Replicable program
  • Customizable
  • Improves quality of life for seniors
  • Encourages youth volunteerism
  • A solution to the “generational divide” bringing youth and seniors together for mutual learning and appreciation

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    Educational Scholarships

    WCHF awards scholarships to promising young Haitians in dentistry, agronomy, nursing, labor and delivery, construction and commercial truck and taxi driving. WCHF believes strongly that economic advancement begins with education. Since 2007 nearly 100 students have received WCHF Scholarships in Haiti and the USA.


    Entrepreneurship Training

    WCHF provides leadership and entrepreneurship workshops in Haiti. Among other programs, WCHF is working with a group of 15 women from the Timo, Haiti community who are learning the principles of business development, including: business planning, marketing, sales skills, conflict resolution, accounting, and business analysis with modifications.


    Economic Development

    WCHF partners with Heifer International for animal husbandry. The program will increase the availability of domestic goat meat and milk to the local population and enhance the socio-economic well being of small producers through the improvement of the existing low-yielding goat production.


    Environmental Improvement

    WCHF has recently completed building a Community Education Center which will demonstrate the following: a solar power system, catch water system (with cistern), goat breeding facilities, composting, a seedling nursery for 15,000 saplings (to supply our reforestation projects), a library for children. WCHF is also developing a tool lending program and community demonstration kitchen gardens.