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Phenomenal Pearls

Educational and Charitable Foundation

PPECF Member Trina Payne Grier in Article from Houston Business Journal

Experts Discuss: Shaping brand, reputation in a complex climate

Published February 7, 2019

Trina Payne Grier, Regional Human Resources Director, Walmart, Inc., along with a panel of other business experts discusses shaping company brands and reputations in a complex climate. 


PPECF Joins the Katy Chamber of Commerce 

The Katy Chamber of Commerce has been serving the Katy area business community as their voice and assisting with business development and economic growth.


On May 28, 2019, PPECF joined the Katy Chamber of Commerce to begin building a lasting relationship of engagement and empowerment for the communities we support.


PPECF Receives $500 Donation from Muse Search + Inspire!

February 19, 2019 - PPECF Member Erin Freeman graciously selected PPECF as the beneficiary of a $500 Donation from Muse!  We are thankful to Kevin Rogers and the team at Muse for this generous donation to benefit the communities we serve.

PPECF Receives $1,000 Donation via Siemens Energy Positive Energy Campaign!

January 18, 2021 - Siemens Energy created a campaign to spread positive energy in the U.S. through donations to its employees’ favorite charities totaling $250,000 across 20 states.  The nominated charities each created a one-minute video explaining their organization’s mission and how they would use a donation of up to $10,000 to continue serving their respective community.  Each video was uploaded to a gallery, where members of the public could vote for their favorites by “liking” the videos.


A total of 122 charities were ultimately selected to receive donations ranging from $500 to $10,000 based on a combination of public “likes” and scores earned from a panel of judges.

PPECF Awarded Constellation Community Champions Grant (3rd year in a row)!

December 10, 2020 - PPECF received a $500 Grant from Constellation Energy Company to continue mentoring students who have survived extraordinarily challenging circumstances by exposing them to the ARTS in the surrounding  Houston Metropolitan Area.