Introducing CHEC Pro
In my earlier blogs, I told you how the concept for CHEC Pro was founded and written while I was incarcerated. Today I would like to tell you more about CHEC Pro and our initiative. After my release from prison in 1999, I was able to maintain my focus on changing my life for the better. Today, I am a proud husband, father, and involved community member, as well as the founder and chief executive officer of a nonprofit organization called CHEC Pro.
The mission and objective of the organization is to build and revitalize low-income communities by providing programs and services that meet the needs of the residents and improve the infrastructure of the community as a whole. CHEC Pro is proposing to create comprehensive community based centers in low income areas across the United States, with Atlanta being the pilot and main site.
Our areas of focus are: Children (mentorship for serious high-risk youth), Health (health education & outreach), Education (career planning and employment readiness), Community (infrastructure rehab and civic responsibility & community pride).
Recently, and thanks to one of the board members, we were able to catch the attention of the Center for Community Change with whom we have formed a partnership. They are helping us with organizing to gain the necessary attention to make this program successful. I hope that many of you reading this blog will feel my passion, and the need for a CHEC Pro or one of its programs near you. Please contact us to find out how you can be a part of our campaign for change.
Until next time…God bless!
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