Community Chamber of Commerce (CCC) is an international voluntarily movement consisting of individuals, families, public (government, ngo's, religious institutions, schools, etc) and corporate structures (businesses of all sizes) who;
- have committed themselves to the 3-generational mindset and as individuals or families are committed to becoming the Founding Parents of their Family Dynasties
- as business units, wish to transform their enterprises into 3 generational businesses
- as resource centers (religious institutions, schools, ngo's, businesses and government support structures and programs), wish to play an active role in transforming and healing sick and dysfunctional 1- generational minded societies back to thriving and functional 3- generational minded societies.
CCC recognises and respect the existing structures of government (both municipal, regional and national), the business industry and society support structures (ngo's , religious institutions and schools) for the great work they are doing in building the economy and addressing the ills of society. It realises however that many of these current efforts fail since the community is fragmented and disorganised and support often fails to reach the intended target community. This fragmentation of the community is as a result of differences in religion, politics, worldviews and cultures.
CCC aims to provide an organised community platform whereby the various role players (government, business and social support structures (ngo's and churches)) can interact in equal partnerships to heal our dysfunctional and sick society. This necessitates a new social order where the common bond is no longer determined by race, religion, class or politics but by the joint responsibility of each individual or couple to become the Founding Parents of their Family Dynasty and leave a Legacy for the generation of their children's children as is written:: PROV 13:22
A good man leaves an inheritance [of moral stability and goodness] to his children's children, and the wealth of the sinner [finds its way eventually] into the hands of the righteous, for whom it was laid up.