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Chamber Foundation

All for the community

The mission of the Fort Worth Chamber Foundation, Inc., a 501 C3 non-profit organization, is to raise, manage and render financial support for key community initiatives, as identified through the Fort Worth Chamber's Strategic planning process. Funds for the Foundation support critical needs of public education, crime reduction, beautification and community planning.

If you would like to send your donation by mail or fax click here for a donation form.

All checks must be made payable to Fort Worth Chamber Foundation, Inc.

Print out the PDF donation form, fill out and mail
or send by secure fax to 1-866-336-2477
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Gifts are 100% tax-deductible as a charitable donation. No goods or services are exchanged for this donation. If you wish, memorial and honorarium contributions will be acknowledged with a card that does not disclose the amount of the gift. Acknowledgment of your gift is mailed as quickly as possible, usually within a week.

About the Chamber Foundation

The Fort Worth Chamber Foundation was incorporated on January 22, 1982 to receive and administer funds used exclusively for public education, crime reduction, beautification and strategic community planning.  With a Foundation Board of Trustees made up of community business leaders, this foundation has participated in several community related projects.

  • ZBonz Dog Park
    Chamber Foundation participation included selling engraved, personalized paver bricks that were used in a donor wall at ZBonz that supports a bronze dog sculpture. Individuals and foundations may also make cash contributions to ZBonz's continued development through the Foundation. The Foundation then purchases items or grants the funds to the City for the dog park.

  • Literacy Camp at Paschal High School
    The Fort Worth Chamber Foundation and Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth team up to fund an 8-week summer literacy pilot program for 1st through 3rd graders held at Paschal High School. See Chamber Update story for more details.
  • USS Fort Worth
    In 2010, the Foundation funded community awareness initiatives for the USS Fort Worth, a Freedom class littoral combat ship of the U.S. Navy, built by Lockheed Martin. Christened in Marinette, Wisconsin, December 4 by U.S. Congresswoman Kay Granger, the ship is the first to be named after Fort Worth.
  • Heritage Trails
    Twenty-five historical markers were placed around downtown to help preserve Fort Worth's colorful past. See Chamberletter story for more details, or go to the Heritage Trails website for a map.