A Friend of the Chamber membership provides a way for community members to support the efforts of the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce.
We are 73 years strong and our mission continues “To promote and maintain a healthy business climate and to preserve and enhance the quality of life in Lafayette.” All aspects that make up a community are important to us: schools, residents, churches and synagogues, community organizations, activities, and the city government. Chamber members work with representatives of all these groups for the betterment of our community.
A lifetime Friend of the Chamber membership is $150 per family. Please contact us at email@example.com to become a Friend of the Chamber!
The Best of Art & Wine
Thank you for supporting YOUR Lafayette Chamber!
The Chamber hosted two spectacular nights of art, wine and music at the Creekside Commons on Nov. 4 and 5. We are most appreciative of the tremendous community effort to help the Lafayette Chamber, our services, programs and beneficiary efforts. This gave special meaning to It Takes A Village.
We are humbled by YOUR outpouring of support. From the guests who joined us in person or offered their services to those who generously volunteered or sent donations – all of your efforts were most appreciated and will help us continue to meet our goals.
The Chamber is 74 years strong and our mission continues “To promote and maintain a healthy business climate and to preserve and enhance the quality of life in Lafayette.” All aspects that make up a community are important to us: schools, residents, churches and synagogues, community organizations, activities, and the city government. Chamber members work with representatives of all these groups for the betterment of our community. We proudly serve 620+ members including 80 Non-profits!
Let the credits roll to all whose support played an important role in our Best of Art and Wine Event’s success:
Alan & Lisa Mac, Anita Embleton, Cameron Burks and Julia Ackley, David Van Etten, Don Tatzin and Ellen Reintjes, Janet Thomas, Jesse and Theresa Wellen, Joan Bruzzone, John Eaton, Karen and Tom Mulvaney, Kathy and Richard Bowles, Laura and Paul Magu, Niroop Srivatsa, Sereta and Randy Churchill, Stacy Spell, Steve Cortese, Tom and Virginia Steuber, Walter Harrower and Rita Iorfida.
Acalanes Key Club, Akiko Suzuki, Anthony Zorich, Anthony’s Custom Picture Framers
, Brian Aiello, Buddy Brodwin, Carl Heyward, C&M Party Props
, Carol Aust, Creekside Commons
, Dana Green Team
, Dee Tivenan, Dennis Garrison, Diane Barbera-Delany, Doug Heine, Don Kowalski/Specialty Cellars, Fred Steingraf, Generations in Jazz
, Geoffrey Meredith, Hilary Shipway, Jennifer Perlmutter and the Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery
, Jenny Lancaster, Jim Myers, John McCormick, Kari Speltz, Katie Korotzer, Kyle Sumner, Lafayette Park Hotel and Spa
, Martin Segobia, Mel Ramos, NCL (National Charity League) Acalanes Chapter, Pastor Dan Senter, Rebecca Troxell, Reid Edwards, Republic Services
, Taneyhill Art
, The Hideout Kitchen
, Tom Schnurr, Tom Stack, “The Two of Us,” Drew Harrison and Scott Southard from The Sun Kings, United Site Services
, Venture Goods
, Wendy Tamis, Whitney Sumner, Wine Thieves
Cobain Orthodontics, Diablo Foods, Mechanics Bank, Oakwood Athletic Club, Pacific Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital and Park Smart.
Your generosity and support is a reminder of why the Lafayette Community is the best!
Our Beneficiaries & Partners
The Lafayette Chamber is proud and delighted to announce that the 2021 Res Run for Education gave $42,568.75 direct to our school’s organizations.
This is an exciting new record and we couldn’t be more proud of our community efforts to raise these funds for our local schools. Congratulations to all! And WOW both Lafayette and Burton Valley exceeded $9000 proving that school size isn’t always a determining factor.
Here is the school beneficiary check breakdown:
Burton Valley, $9,140.34
Happy Valley, $7,320.84
Thank you to everyone who contributed in making this such a successful event. We hope to see you all in 2022!
In 2020, the Lafayette Chamber was excited to give back a record $32,185.17 direct to our local public schools as a result of our virtual Res Run! Read the 2020 Year-in-Review here.
City of Lafayette Parks & Rec Department
Contra Costa Food Bank
Contra Costa Animal Services The Running Dog
Generations in Jazz
Lafayette Community Foundation
Lafayette Police 501c
Lamorinda Sunrise Rotary
Loaves and Fishes
Pitt Hopkins Research Foundation
Scout Troop 212
Town Hall Theatre
Zeta Psi Fraternity
In 2019 we donated $46,291.36 to our schools through the Art & Wine Festival ($18,000) and Lafayette Res Run for Education ($28,291.36). We also donated $19,300 to the following organizations for a 2019 donation total of $65,591.36! Read our 2019 Year-in-Review email blast >>