Children's Dreams Fulfilled
We value Relationships because human connection with our companion charities, donors, and most importantly children, creates joy, hope and smiles.
We value Differences because the diverse circumstances of the children and organizations we support all matter.
We value Community because the heart of our organization is to treat others with compassion.
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Foundation also partnering with local charity to grant wishes for two Promise Heroes
With a promise to provide memorable experiences that bring joy, hope, and smiles to medically fragile children and their families, Chartway’s charitable arm – Chartway Promise Foundation – worked tirelessly to raise funds in 2023.
You may know Black Friday, Small-Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, but do you know Giving Tuesday? Giving Tuesday is a national day of giving and celebrates grassroots fundraising for charities.
The Chartway Promise Foundation funded a "wish reveal" through Make-a-Wish Utah for ten-year-old Itzayana, a cancer patient currently battling a brain tumor.
Thousands of runners enjoyed sunshine and seasonable running weather for the tenth annual Chartway Norfolk Harbor Race Weekend.
Chartway Credit Union hosted a fiesta at its Salt Lake Crossing branch today to celebrate its recent Juntos Avanzamos designation from Inclusiv, an organization dedicated to closing the gaps and removing barriers to financial opportunities for people living in distressed and underserved communities.
The Chartway Promise Foundation's 24th Annual Charity Golf Event, "Swing Fore Smiles," and the preceding "A Night for Hope" fundraiser were powerful demonstrations of how a community can come together to bring joy, hope, and smiles to young Promise Heroes like 6-year-old Lily, who is bravely facing cancer.
With Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month in September, the Chartway Promise Foundation put three heartwarming stories of hope and resilience center stage during recent events, leaving an indelible mark on all who witnessed them.
Chartway and its charitable arm, the Chartway Promise Foundation, surprised two children facing medical hardship – 8-year-old Brinlee and 3-year-old Kaladin – with their Wish come true.
Chartway’ Promise Foundation Grants $200,000 to Make-A-Wish Utah and Surprises Local Teen with College Tuition Wish
The Chartway Promise Foundation Awards $770,000 in Charitable Grants to Make Dreams and Wishes Come to Life for Children Facing Medical Challenges
9th Annual Chartway Norfolk Harbor Half Marathon Weekend, the Chartway Promise Foundation Hosts Two Wish Reveals for Children with Critical Illnesses
More than 80 Chartway team members gathered for a special reason: they surprised 6-year-old Maverick who is undergoing treatment for cancer with a Wish Proclamation.
Chartway’s Charity Surprised 5-Year-Old Facing Leukemia With Walt Disney World Wish Reveal
Chartway Credit Union, its Chartway Promise Foundation, Toby’s Dream Foundation
Team Up to Fund Magical Wish for the Best Friends and Their Families
This weekend, Chartway and its charitable arm, the Chartway Promise Foundation, surprised two children facing medical hardship – 8-year-old Tiara and 2-year-old Kaydee – with their Wish come true.
The Chartway Promise Foundation welcomes Christine Wilson to serve as its president.
Anna’s wish to be a zookeeper for cheetahs at San Diego Safari Park is granted thanks to funds from the Chartway Promise Foundation given to Make-A-Wish Greater Virginia.
The Chartway Promise Foundation – the charitable arm of Chartway Credit Union – is proud to announce that three leaders have been appointed to serve on its board.
Credit Union Also Grants $190,000 to Make-A-Wish Utah; Surprised Local Teen Receives Her Shopping Spree “Wish”
Chartway’s charitable foundation also has a new look and name: Chartway Promise Foundation. “With its own fresh, vibrant new logo, our foundation more closely aligns with the new Chartway brand,” Schools noted.
Thanks to the 5th Annual Putting for Promises Golf Tournament, 22nd Annual Charity Golf Classic, and other campaigns, the Foundation’s board of trustees approved $670,000 in charitable grants to non-profits in Virginia and Utah.