Austin Community FoundationThe Austin Veterans Parade Foundation is supported by the Austin Community Foundation Austin Community Foundation is the catalyst for generosity in Austin. We bring together philanthropists, dollars and ideas to build a better Austin today and tomorrow. Our work and leadership is focused on closing the opportunity gap through advancing economic security and affordable housing. A trusted local partner A data-driven approach A place for convening conversations We are a tax-exempt organization under 501 (c) 3 of the IRS code. That means donations made to any fund at the Foundation, or to the Foundation itself, are immediately tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
Tejanos in Action
The Austin Veterans Parade is supported by a generous donation from the Tejanos in Action
Tejanos In Action Veterans began in 1991 as a group of veterans who honorably served in all branches of the United States Military. The organization’s Articles of Incorporation were adopted in 1993.As a non-profit 501c19, the Tejanos In Action Veterans have been involved in various community service activities. Primarily, the Tejanos In Action Veterans are involved in remembering and acknowledging our veterans for the heroes they are.
Longhorn Corvette Club
The Longhorn Corvette Club (LCC) was chartered in the summer of 1973 by a group of Corvette enthusiasts who were interested in enjoying their Corvettes through automotive activities and meeting other Corvette owners. The Longhorn Corvette Club is a member of the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC), a national sanctioning body providing insurance, organization, nationally recognized rules and guidelines. The club is involved in community affairs through participation in parades, car shows and local charity programs.
Visit longhorncorvette.com for more about this group.
Affordable Golf Cars
Thanks to Star Ramos and crew for their support with electric golf cars.