Since 2014 the Chainges fund has provided resources that eliminate gray areas that would prevent small owned businesses and underrepresented persons from working together effectively. We exist to preserve the tradition of small owned businesses who have a passion for giving opportunities that will plant seeds for successful and sustainable relationships. Through our community service projects and collaborations we have made a chainge for over 200 people in the Metro Atlanta area and surrounding states . We envision creating a global network of student-small business owner relationships.
the Chainges fund, commonly referred to as Chainges, was influenced by two things, the Founder's love for Tupac (Changes) and her desire to create a positive connotation for a word that has plagued her community for many years, "chains". Wanting to create much more than an organization the #CHAINGES movement has been an evolvement for all impacted and now in 2017 the name takes on more meaning, probing people to answer why they matter.
Come back for more updates on the #iMatter campaign late Winter 2017.
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In Fall 2016, the Chainges fund was selected as one of 12 nonprofit organizations to participate in Sevananda's Be the Change program. In April, we will takeover one of our favorite places to shop and spread more awareness about the chainges we intend on making!