This membership invoice includes a voluntary contribution to the Chamber Foundation. For all membership amounts $500 and less, the Chamber adds $25 to the invoice; for those over $500, 5% of the amount due is added. Members who do not wish to participate can strike-through the voluntary amount and pay only the membership investment amount. The Chamber sends a thank you letter, which serves as documentation for the IRS/taxes. See also the Invoice Cover Letter.
This cover letter explains the voluntary contribution to the Chamber Foundation that appears on the Membership Invoice.
The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber and their Education Foundation was created to handle youth scholarships for their Youth Leadership Academy. This 2015 scholarship application describes program eligibility for high school students, open to grades 9-12.
Invitation from the Olathe Chamber for a foundation fundraiser partnering with Garmin.
Bylaws for the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc.
These bylaws contain provisions for the regulation and management of the Spokane Valley Chamber Foundation.
This document contains the bylaws for the Champaign County Chamber Foundation. The bylaws address offices, members, Foundation Board of Directors, committees, officers, and indemnification and insurance.
This document contains the articles of incorporation for the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc.
The bylaws for the Cuyahoga Falls Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation cover offices; membership; board of directors; meetings; officers and duties; employees; fiscal agent; contracts, checks, deposits, and funds; indemnification of directors, officers, and employees; books and records; and fiscal year. The bylaws state that “The Board of Directors may appoint a fiscal agent or trustee for the corporation. Such appointee shall be a corporate trustee authorized to transact business in Summit County, Ohio. In case of such appointment, the securities or properties held or owned by the corporation shall be in the exclusive custody and control of said fiscal agent or trustee with full power to hold the legal title to such securities and properties as may be so transferred to it.”
In early 2012, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation officially unveiled its new long-range economic development plan called Indiana Vision 2025. It was developed by a 24-person task force of business and association leaders from throughout the state. The ultimate goal is a very important one: to make Indiana an even better place to live, work, and raise a family. See recent Report Card, as well as the full plan and related resources.