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Welcome to the Sacramento U.S. Export and Assistance Center

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Welcome to the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service located in the U.S. Export Assistance Center in Sacramento, California.

We are your U.S. Government Global Business Partner specializing in customized international business solutions:

  • World Market Research and Targeting
  • International Sales Channel Development and Management
  • Global Promotion and Advertising
  • Export and Trade Finance
  • Foreign Government Regulations
  • International Documentary Requirements

Sacramento Region Selected to Join Brookings’ Global Cities Exchange


A Message to the American Business Community From U.S. Embassy Manila

U.S. Embassy Manila has received numerous inquiries from American organizations wishing to contribute to Typhoon Haiyan (aka Yolanda) relief operations. Following a request from the Government of the Philippines, the U.S. Government is actively responding to the crisis, bringing civilian and military assets to assist and coordinate with the Philippine Government’s operations.

While it is not the position of the U.S. Embassy to suggest whether individuals or organizations should contribute, in response to queries we provide the following information without endorsement for those who are interested in order that they may make informed decisions about where to direct their resources.

Organizations Accepting Donations

How to Ship Charity Goods to the Philippines

For updates on Typhoon Haiyan relief, check in periodically with the U.S. Embassy’s website at . There is a special link on our home page with more information on donations.