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Chamber Foundation Announces Parade of Programs Fundraising Campaign

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October 12, 2021


Rochester Regional Chamber Foundation Announces Parade of Programs Fundraising Campaign

Rochester, MI – The Rochester Regional Chamber Foundation is thrilled to announce a new “Parade of Programs” Fundraising Campaign. This campaign supports the Foundation’s 3 pillars and raises funds to continue its great work.
The campaign will tell the Foundation’s story in a weekly email series. The series is aimed at shining a light on the Foundation’s Parade of Programs, featuring our 3 pillars which are… 

  • Education – highlighted through LaunchLab

  • Leadership – exemplified through the Leadership Greater Rochester Program

  • Community – of which, the Annual Christmas Parade is the largest initiative

We need you! We are looking for Parade Campaign Champions to help us share the story and reach our fundraising goal!
If you’re interested in being a Parade Campaign Champion… you can donate at 
Here’s the best part… We have created the ultimate parade experience to thank the Parade Champion or Champions who raises the most funds. Whether you are an Ambassador, Young Professional, or a PCN Group who wants to get competitive or maybe even a passionate community advocate who will tell all your friends – we need you!
Watch Chamber Communications for more details and ways you can get involved and be sure to sign up for our informational session on October 14.
More about the Chamber
The Rochester Regional Chamber of Commerce is privileged to have fourteen community-minded businesses and organizations that are significant partners of the Chamber. Thank you: Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital, Oakland University, Chief Financial Credit Union, Moceri Companies, First State Bank, PAR Pharmaceutical, Shelton Buick GMC, Rochester University, Bellbrook, Mattina, Kent & Gibbons P.C.; Auger Klein Aller Architects, Beaumont, Trent Creative & Revenue Refinery. We appreciate your support.


The mission of the Rochester Regional Chamber of Commerce is to provide leadership and resources to advance business development in partnership with civic, cultural and educational interests for the benefit of its members and the community.
As a membership organization comprised of businesses in the greater Rochester area, the Chamber has been in existence since 1955. Over the past six decades, business leaders have contributed significantly to shaping our area into a nationally recognized community, deemed a desirable place to live, work and raise a family. Members of the Chamber, our business leaders, have given their time, talent and financial resources to benefit countless community-based organizations, projects and events. With their leadership, the Chamber has created and administered many programs and events that provide direct benefit to the community.
Michelle Eberle, 2486516700

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