Commitment to people
CAMAC recognizes that there can be no true global economic progress without a sincere and sustained commitment to protecting and valuing people worldwide. As such, the company’s social investment policy considers issues related to: furthering economic stability and growth; academic enrichment; cultural arts appreciation; and improvement of quality of life in all communities in which we operate.
Established in 2011, the CAMAC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that will carry-on the philanthropic tradition of the CAMAC group of companies.
As we invest in communities, we pursue projects with strategic goals that are aligned with global and social priorities as well as our business strengths. We seek to have a meaningful impact by focusing the majority of our spending on challenges in the regions where we operate.
The CAMAC Foundation was established to uplift lives and empower communities by providing greater avenues for achievement, independence and prosperity. This philosophy is deeply rooted in a holistic view toward building partnerships, being value-added and embracing a culture of excellence.
The CAMAC Foundation supports programs targeted to health, education and cultural arts.
The Lawal Center for Global Trade – Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas
The Cullen College of Engineering at the University of Houston, Houston, Texas
UNICEF’s Campaign Against AIDS
In May 2006, CAMAC helped to raise $3 million for Hope Lives Here: UNICEF’s Campaign Against AIDS. UNICEF focuses on four aspects of HIV/AIDS: prevention, care, treatment and protection. These extend from pregnancy through to infancy, adolescence and youth, and includes mothers as well as children.
Houston Freedmen’s Town
CAMAC Foundation is one of the founding members of the Houston Freedman’s Town initiative. CAMAC team members volunteer their time and support the Houston Freedmen’s Town Conservancy’s mission to preserve the historic legacy of Freedmen’s Town, inspiring all through education and awareness of its unique story. Freedmen’s Town was founded by formerly enslaved people of African descent shortly after the Juneteenth announcement of Emancipation in Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1865.
Supporting The Performing Arts
CAMAC has supported the cultural arts since 1990, ranging from the Drummers of Burundi and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater to curated exhibitions in partnership with the Society for the Performing Arts and the Houston Museum of African American Culture.