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Grapevine Chamber of Commerce
Grapevine Chamber Foundation

The Grapevine Chamber Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with the
purpose of raising funds to the benefit of assisting with charitable, educational
and other activities in our community.

Current programs benefiting from this organization include the Grapevine Chamber of
Commerce Women’s Division Christmas Spirit and School Supply activities,
Entrepreneurial Programs and Leadership Grapevine.

Grapevine CHAMBER foundation - Donation Form

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Grapevine Chamber Foundation Past Events

Leadership Grapevine 25-Year Anniversary
Celebrating 25 Years of Developing Grapevine's Leaders

Leadership Grapevine - 25 Year Anniversary

Leadership Grapevine Alumni & Community Leaders - we are asking you to be a part of this 25-year anniversary celebration. Two major projects are being planned – a Flag Plaza and a Concession Trailer Refurbishment. We are working toward raising $25,000 to complete these projects, which will serve as a symbol for the 25-year anniversary of this program and the dynamic leaders who have graduated from Leadership Grapevine.

The Concession Trailer is utilized for every festival. It is a time-honored tradition for Leadership Grapevine students to volunteer every year to develop teamwork while giving back to the community. After 20 years, the trailer needs upgrades to remain a festival standout!

The Plaza will be built in a highly visible location on the Chamber of Commerce grounds in honor of Leadership Grapevine's 25th anniversary.

The Flag Plaza will be built in a highly visible location on the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce grounds. A project rendering is attached. What a great way to leave a legacy in Grapevine! Several donation levels include a company or family name engraved within the structure. Other benefits include:

  • Promotion of your business by leaving a historical legacy
  • Recognition as a community contributor and influential business leader
  • Generating economic development by continuing to expand your business network by staying engaged

Our Alumni are being asked to join the Alumni Association by contributing a $100 in dues. For this initial year, all dues will go towards these two projects. Thereafter, annual dues will go toward their professional and personal development. Dues will renew each March. Alumni may contribute at any donor level in addition to their dues. The following donation benefits are available. The deadline is March 24th.

The following sponsorship opportunities with listed benefits are available:

Chairman President Ambassador Member  Alumni Annual Dues IN KIND
$5,000 $2,500 $1,000 $500  $100  
1 available 2 available 4 available Unlimited Unlimited   
Groundbreaking ceremony Recognition at site Recognition at site Recognition at site  Educational sessions  
Major recognition at site Website recognition Website recognition Website recognition  Personal development sessions Website recognition
Prominent website recognition Placement on printed and digital marketing Placement on printed & digital marketing Placement on printed & digital marketing Business networking   
Prominent placement on printed and digital marketing Honorary seat on the Leadership Grapevine Board Presentation to class    Social gatherings  
Honorary seat on the Foundation Board Presentation to class     Community service projects   
Presentation to class          
One student tuition to Leadership class          
Logo on student polos          

KL Kathee Livengood Memorial Scholarship - 70th Birthday Party - Sloan and Williams Winery - Grapevine - Rocky Gribble

Uncorked: Music in the 'Vine

The Women's Division launched the inaugural Uncorked: Music in the 'Vine, August 19, 2016, at The Laurel in Grapevine. Four great, local bands - Big Town Rodeo, Justin Mason, Zack King Band, and Walton Stout Band - donated their talent to the charity concert supporting the organization's School Supplies program.

15 area restaurants donated food, along with countless other in-kind donations helped make the event a success!

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KL Kathee Livengood Memorial Scholarship - 70th Birthday Party - Sloan and Williams Winery - Grapevine - Rocky Gribble

GCISD Back to School Fair
School Supply Drive

The Women's Division volunteered their time, Saturday, August 6, 2016 with the Grapevine-Collevyille ISD Back to School Fair, where deserving GCISD students received the supplies they need to get them started for another school year. The Women's Division also supported the event monetarily by raising $30,000 to go toward school supplies, which translated to more than 1,600 packs of supplies.

2016 Video Recap via Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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KL Kathee Livengood Memorial Scholarship - 70th Birthday Party - Sloan and Williams Winery - Grapevine - Rocky Gribble

KL Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Kathee Livengood Memorial Scholarship was established in 2013 by the Grapevine Chamber Foundation to honor the legacy of Kathee Livengood and her commitment to community service. Kathee was a successful realtor; however, she also found time to support every civic organization and cause in Grapevine throughout her life.

The Grapevine Chamber Foundation supports the mission to carry Kathee’s legacy forward by awarding scholarships to deserving women in Tarrant County, for the purpose of assisting them in developing the skills needed to obtain employment or improve their earning potential.

Kathee Livengood Scholarship Application

Kathee Livengood Memorial Scholarship Donation Form

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Grapevine Chamber Foundation
Board of Directors

Perry Leonard
President
Blagg Tire & Service
President/COO

Shelley Ruddick
Vice President/Treasurer
Bank of the West
Vice President/Business Development

RaDonna Hessel
Secretary/Asst. Treasurer

Grapevine Chamber of Commerce
CEO

Steve Newton
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Grapevine
President

Bob Farley
City of Grapevine
Economic Development Director

Dr. Robin Ryan
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD
Superintendent

Trudy Cresswell
Grapevine Mills
Director of Marketing & Business Development

 

Foundation Director

Mary Jo Tellin
Grapevine Chamber of Commerce
Director of Program Development
maryjo@grapevinechamber.org
(817) 481-1522

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CONTACT INFO:    E-mail: info@grapevinechamber.org   Office: 200 Vine Street, Grapevine, Texas 76051    Tel: 1-817-481-1522    Fax: 1-817-424-5208.