To create sustainable business models which give return on investment, not just in capital, but social return in the form of women empowerment, environmental protection, youth employment and community development.


The Chambers Federation is an American company, established in the fields of Impact Investing, Mining and Construction. Chambers Federation was founded with the purpose to create solutions where other businesses fail to see opportunity. To work with people facing social and economic restrictions, in need of sustainable and supportive income generating initiatives for themselves and the community as a whole.


The Company’s inspiration dates back to the late 1800’s, to the founder’s great-great-grandfather, Julius Rasmussen. Born in 1876, Julius began making cigars by hand in his hometown of Roskilde, Denmark. Known locally for using only the finest tobacco and hand rolling each cigar to perfection, Julius’s brand quickly became the quintessential representation of quality. Julius’s unwavering determination, ingenuity and altruism continued to the most recent generation with the formation of The Chambers Federation.

Recent History

Foreseeing the economic crisis several years before it happened, the Company founder began the Chambers Financial Division to represent both federal and private banking institutions and help shelter the industry through the financial crisis beginning in 2008. Working with federal agencies and even co-authoring homeowner retention programs, the Company was one of only three prepared to handle the emerging housing crisis.  The Company continued to diversify its activities, expanding to the Philippines creating a BPO company, creating employment opportunities for disadvantaged women. Finally in 2009, the Company moved its construction and mining divisions to Kenya, beginning its first pilot community based mining project. Between 2013 to 2014, the construction division completed over 200 million shillings in road contracts alone. Eventually, the Company initiated several impact investments which included a women owned construction and servicing company meant to empower disadvantaged women in Kenya. In 2013, the company moved its mining activities to South Kivu, DRC (Congo) to implement a large scale mining impact investment.

To review current opportunities with the Federation’s Fair Congo Project please click here.

Chambers Federation USA

29488 Woodward Avenue
Royal Oak, Michigan 48073


Chambers Federation Africa

Nairobi, Kenya
+254 (0) 737 022 222

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