The Cupertino Chamber of Commerce will recognize individuals and organizations of the business community who have done great work to strengthen the city’s diversity on Monday, January 18.
The annual Chamber’s Bridge Award recognizes individuals and organizations that have “helped build trust, respect, and dialogue within Cupertino’s multi-ethnic and multi-cultural business community.”
This year’s recipients include Angela Chen for Individual Service and KeyPoint Credit Union for Outstanding Business of the Year.
Chen has served Cupertino and the broader Silicon Valley community for more than 30 years through her work in various public positions and volunteer activities.
KeyPoint Credit Union, a full-service, not-for-profit credit union, is being recognized for their active volunteer work and assistance to Cupertino businesses and individuals impacted by the pandemic. KeyPoint actively invests in the communities they serve and supports the Alzheimer’s Association, Second Harvest Food Bank, Toys for Tots, Habitat for Humanity, the Santa Clara Library, and various financial literacy education programs for teens and adults.
The awards will be presented at the virtual 2021 Lunar New Year Luncheon celebrating the Year of the Ox on Monday, January 18 from 5pm to 6:30 pm.
To register for the event, click here.