Texas Pride Impact Funds

First Hundred Funders

We thank the following individuals, families and organizations for their leadership, generosity and compassion in support of Texas' LGBTQ community with their financial commitment at the following levels:

First Hundred Funders

  • Eric Alva & Danny Ingram
  • Steve Atkinson & Ted Kincaid
  • Elizabeth Babin & Jeffrey Carlson
  • Taryn Beaudoin
  • Scott Boyette
  • Rawle Biffnah
  • Renee Block
  • Chree Boydstun
  • Bob Burress & Tom Seymour
  • Deiadra Burns & Amanda Minkler
  • Katy Caldwell
  • Tripp Carter
  • Bruce Chemel
  • The Clements Group at Morgan Stanley
  • Nora & Mark Cloud
  • Julie Coffman
  • Serena & Tom Connelly
  • Cece Cox & Shelly Skeen
  • Rick Dickson & Luis Morales Lopez
  • Charlene Dique
  • Maddy Dwertman & Lacretia Gibson
  • Stephen Elison & Richard Brown
  • Robert Emery
  • Jaime Estes
  • Patricia & Kenneth Eubanks
  • Exigo Office Inc.
  • Rafiq Salleh-Flowers & Cannon Flowers
  • Laura B. Freeman & Allison Thigpen
  • Michael Freeman
  • Robert Gallegos
  • Brett Gray & Kindred Roach
  • Randall Gentry
  • Stephen Gilhooly
  • Greg Hawthorne
  • Mike Holloman
  • James Holobaugh
  • Shay Hoppe
  • Eric Johnson & Dr. Mark Parker
  • Mikey Johnson & Chad Miller
  • Michael Kaufman & Durward Watson

First Hundred Funders

  • Shelley Kennedy & Debra Denny
  • Tim Kollatschny & Stephen Goldberg
  • Britt Kornmann
  • Mark Kosiava
  • Chris Kouvelis
  • David LaDuke & Gary Hammett
  • Kevin Laudadio & Curtis Chastain
  • Mercedes Leal & Tammi Wallace
  • Jani C. Lopez
  • Lisa Madry
  • Charles Marlett
  • Lori & Brian McCutcheon
  • Deborah McMurray & Glen Davison
  • Linda G. Moore & Laurie Foley
  • H. Joe Nelson, III
  • Mark Niermann & Enrique MacGregor
  • Jay W. Oppenheimer
  • Jimmy O'Reilly & Steven Pounders
  • Hon. Annise D. Parker
  • Kathleen Post & Margaret Rodriquez
  • Jason Reed & Mike Ahart
  • Carolyn Roney
  • Steve & Lisa Rudner
  • Cathi Scalise & Denise Costello
  • Paul E. Scott & Scott Simons
  • Jessica A. Sheridan & Sallye A. Wilton
  • Judy Sherman & Cindy Vinzant
  • Vicki Smith
  • David Thompson
  • Travis Torrence & Heath LaPray
  • Michael Veale
  • Roberta Villaverde & Melissa Kohn
  • Steven Wagner
  • Keith & Susan Webster
  • Rev. Roger W. Wedell, Ph.D.
  • Richard Werner & Tony Bravo
  • Kay Wilkinson
  • Jeff Zimmerman
  • Brit Zindel

Major, Lead, Visionary and Impact Level First Hundred Funders

  • Funders for LGBTQ Issues
  • David W. Carlson & Steve Smith
  • Ron Guillard & Bill Brosius
  • Michael & Julie Fox
  • Vance Louis Hines
  • Bryan Hlavinka & David J. Theisen
  • Richard Holt & Mark McMasters
  • Brent Whiteley & Tommy O'Neill

Corporate Sponsor Program

TPIF’s Corporate Sponsor Program is designed for businesses and business leaders who share this commitment and support TPIF financially. In return, TPIF provides exposure and connects our Corporate Sponsors with a broad audience of vibrant, informed and appreciative communities in Texas.

Benefits as a $7,500 Dignitary Sponsor include:

  • Corporate name & logo featured prominently on one of txpif.org website slider home screens.
  • Corporate name & logo displayed at fundraising and donor recognition events.
  • Corporate name & logo displayed + podium recognition at Town Halls, community outreach events showcasing the findings of ITNA.
  • Corporate name, logo & sponsorship level featured on back cover of ITNA publication and ITNA webpage on txpif.org.

Benefits as a $10,000 Champion Sponsor add the following to the above:

  • Featured story about your company and partnership in TPIF’s eNews.

Benefits as a $15,000 Pacesetter Sponsor add the following to the above:

  • Name & logo hyper-linked from txpif.org to company’s website
  • Listing in 2018 TPIF Annual Gratitude Report.

Corporate sponsorship duration is three years from date of commitment.

 

Our PACESETTER Sponsors

Special Recognition

Texas Pride Impact Funds is grateful for the support of Funders for LGBTQ Issues' Out in the South Fund initiative (OITS). OITS is a collaborative fund devoted to increasing funding for LGBTQ communities in the South over the long term and supports local funds, such as TPIF, in the form of planning grants, matching grants, and training and technical assistance. We are honored to be a grantee in both 2016 and 2017 and grateful for the guidance we've received.