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Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley’s Tribute Luncheon


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Updated on March 23, 2020

BRYAN/COLLEGE STATION – (March 23, 2020) — Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, the Community Foundation’s Tribute Luncheon celebration of philanthropy has been postponed to Thursday, August 27, at 11:30 a.m. at the College Station Hilton. All current sponsorships and reservations will be honored for luncheon, and additional details/promotional information will be provided in the future.

Original news release:

BRYAN/COLLEGE STATION – (February 12, 2020)—The Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley’s annual Tribute Luncheon will be held on Tuesday, April 28, at 11:30 a.m. at the College Station Hilton.

 

The Tribute Luncheon serves as an annual celebration of philanthropy to honor the ongoing contributions of civic leaders and volunteers for sharing their time, talent and resources in support of a better quality of life in the Brazos Valley.

 

This year’s honorees are Sue M. Lee, Denise Fries, and Timothy N. Bryan. These individuals have committed their lives to the betterment of our community—through countless hours serving numerous nonprofits and causes throughout our cities and beyond.

 

The presenting sponsor for the luncheon is First Financial Bank. Other sponsorships are available, and a luncheon reservation is $60. Please call Patricia Gerling at (979)589-4305 if you or your business is interested in purchasing a sponsorship or luncheon reservation. The deadline for sponsorships is February 28 for inclusion in the printed invitation.

 

The Tribute Luncheon is a special time of celebrating incredible individuals in our community. Please join us on April 28, as the community is unified in this annual celebration of philanthropy.

 

About the Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley
Established in 2003, the Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley serves as your trusted partner for everything charitable through its work with donors, businesses and nonprofit charities to build and sustain vibrant communities.   At its core, the Foundation is a nonprofit organization created with gifts from generous people who are committed to local causes.  For donors, the Foundation serves as a philanthropic advisor. For the communities it serves, the Foundation serves as a grant making and civic leader. With over $9.1M in assets under management, the Foundation has invested more than $1.7M in grants and scholarships to support local causes that change lives and impact the communities it serves.   For more information, visit  www.cfbv.org or call us at 979.589.4305.

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