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.
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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.
Chartway Promise Foundation and Make-A-Wish Greater Virginia made a holiday wish come true for Saani, a nine-year-old girl who battles a critical illness.
Chartway Promise Foundation welcomed supporters to tee up for its 22nd Annual Charity Golf Classic. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors and supporters, the event raised more than $275,000 for children.