Pamela is currently the President of the Tyler Rotary. Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian service and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. It is a non-political and non-religious organization open to all.

There’s a special place in Pamela’s heart for horses. She is an enthusiastic supporter of The Pegasus Project,  a nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and placement of neglected, abandoned or abused horses in East Texas. For photos and stories visit their Facebook page, and for more info on their mission and to donate visit the Pegasus Project website.


The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary in Tyler supports the mission of the local Salvation Army by raising funds and acting as a volunteer service group for  The Salvation Army’s programs. Membership is open to all women in the community.  Pamela has been a member for many years. Visit their Facebook page to learn more about their work and to see photos!




Camp V is currently under development on a 20 acre campus as a “one stop shop” of centralized resources for veterans, active duty military and their families. The Women’s Center is opening this fall and will provide or connect women to services and resources to help them transition from military to civilian life.   In addition to services, Camp V will offer a beautiful environment for camaraderie and social functions. 

Camp V is in need of funding to continue their mission, and as a strong advocate for veterans, Pamela volunteered to be involved in fundraising.  If you are interested in making a donation, please contact her at (903) 581-3900.

The campus is located at 3212 Front St. in Tyler. For more information about the specific services to be offered visit their website

Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Pamela Walters, current President of the Tyler Rotary Club and owner of The Pamela Walters Group issued a one-to-one challenge grant for CAMPV to the Rotary Club of Tyler, Texas.
When the Club raises $2,500, a match of $2,500 from The Pamela Walters Group will be given making a total minimum gift of $5,000 to CAMPV.
This exciting challenge grant is targeted to coincide with East Texas Giving Day as a part of the International Giving Day emphasis where Rotarians from around the world are encouraged to give to philanthropic causes that positively impacts their communities. On Tuesday, December 1st, Pamela Walters and members of The Pamela Walters Group along with representatives of The Rotary Club of Tyler and members of the CAMPV  leadership team, met to share in this gift exchange.  The Rotary Club of Tyler surpassed  Pamela Walters’ challenge grant making the total gift of $6,700!

“I am so proud of my Club’s efforts to surpass our challenge of $2,500 because CAMPV’S mission is dear to my heart and I am so pleased that we were able to give these funs in support of the Veterans of East Texas,” Pamela said.  Michael Chicowicz, Director of CAMPV states “these funds will go directly in support of several program directives that are currently underway and are in need of additional funding.”  He also indicated that plans are being developed for a comprehensive capital campaign to be launched in the extremely near future.
CAMPV  is a one-of-a-kind Veteran benefit assistance facility sponsored by Community Assisting Military Personnel and Veterans whose mission is “to help build a stronger community of support that eases military families when transitioning back into civilian life, or in times of crisis, and/or with life planning issues.” 
Susan Campbell, CAMPV’s Board Chair, shared an open invitation to the public to come by the CAMPV campus for a tour to see all the exciting programs and plans that are and will be available for the Veterans of East Texas.