At CHEN, we enjoy each other's company even when we're not serving our clients. We're also into serving ourselves – devouring movies and munchies at our Friday Afternoon Flix in the conference room. And because we know how much each of us has benefited from the bigger community beyond our walls, we also enjoy pitching in to support organizations that do a world of good, right here at home:
American Red Cross
To date, and thanks to our clients and friends, we've helped raise more than $40,000 for the American Red Cross of Massachusetts Bay. Stay tuned for next event!
We’re WBUR junkies and proud of it. We’ve been longtime financial supporters through corporate underwriting and by volunteering to work the phones during peak fundraising times. Join us and have the opportunity to meet your on-air idols Bob Oakes and Robin Young!
This outstanding group supports worthy local organizations through employee volunteering and company sponsorships. At any given moment, we could be beautifying a public park, harvesting at a community garden, serving meals to the homeless, or fixing up a camp or community center.
Association of Blind Citizens
The Association of Blind Citizens. We're proud to be associated with this not for profit organization that operates the Boston Renegades, a team of visually impaired athletes and volunteer coaches that plays an adaptive form of baseball called Beep Baseball or “Beepball."
Room to Read
Room to Read partners with local communities throughout the developing world to provide quality educational opportunities by establishing libraries, creating local language children's literature, constructing schools, providing education to girls and establishing computer labs.
Dream Big!'s mission is to break down the economic barrier that prevents low income and homeless girls from participating in sports and physical activities. Through its programs, the Massachusetts-based 501c3 charitable organization helps ensure that regardless of socio-economic background, these middle school- and high school-aged girls have the equipment, uniforms, sneakers, program fees, training expenses and supplies they need to ‘get in the game’ while contributing to their overall health, fitness, and well-being – on and off the field.