ChanceLight companies, their employees, students, clients and families frequently participate in community service projects all across the country. We partner with local community organizations to host food, clothing and toy drives, conduct neighborhood clean-ups, participate in blood drives, and send handmade greeting cards to U.S. servicemen and women.
Book’em Corporate Partnership
Book’em creates a more literate community by helping economically disadvantaged children, from birth through high school, discover the joy and value of reading through book ownership and enthusiastic volunteers. Through Book’em, we adopted a local elementary school near the ChanceLight headquarters where employees serve as reading role model volunteers throughout the school year and bring books for the children to keep. Research shows that access to books and reading aloud to children greatly increases their ability to learn to read.
ChanceLight often supports legislation that will provide more children and families access to the education and healthcare they need and deserve.
Recently, Anna Bullard, a ChanceLight employee and the mother of the child for whom “Ava’s Law” is named, spent seven years advocating for autism insurance reform in Georgia, which passed this year, giving thousands of families access to life-changing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy.