TRAction Fund


The TRAction Fund is your industry's 'war chest,' built by both corporate and personal contributions. It supports legal, lobbying and media firepower needed to fight anti-business initiatives on the local, state and national levels. With the TRAction Fund, TRA has a rapid, first-strike capability to effectively combat initiatives which strike at the heart of the free enterprise system. The fund also promotes issues that help maintain a pro-business state.

The TRAction Fund is prohibited from making contributions to, or endorsing political candidates. Since it can accept corporate funds, however, it provides TRA corporate and allied members an avenue to participate in the political arena.

ASSET - Alliance for Securing and Strengthening the Economy in Texas    

One important initiative the TRAction Fund supports is ASSET - the Alliance for Securing and Strenthening the Economy in Texas. Joining 15 other prominent business groups, including the Texas Association of Business, the Texas Retailers Association and the Texas Association of Builders, the Texas Restaurant Association is proud to be part of this new coalition. ASSET was created to fight for public policies that protect small business owners in Texas from burdensome, restrictive, California-style government regulations. ASSET was key in successfully fighting Austin’s Paid Sick Leave ordinance this past November, which was ruled unconstitutional by the Third Court of Appeals in Austin.

“It is time for businesses to draw the line against government interference in employer-employee relationships. …paid sick leave was really the first of what we see as many coming down.” – Annie Spilman, state director, National Federation of Independent Business

In order for ASSET to keep fighting for this and other issues critical to small business owners, and to continue to be an influential force this legislative session, we need your help.

HOW YOU CAN HELP:  Give to the TRAction Fund in support of the ASSET coalition. (Note – Corporate funds are permitted). Click here to add your support.