Unity Community Initiative

$2,000 goal

Campaign created 1 month ago
My last semester of college (over a year and a half ago) I created a nonprofit that provides scholarships to students for creating an original idea on how to help communities and later helped them see their idea come to fruition. I didn't think it would do well, but it ended up having tons of success and people from multiple countries applied. After college, I didn't have the ability to keep it going due to time, funds and the ability to commit. But since graduating, I've had students, colleges and businesses reach out to me asking about it. Finally, after debating and support from my wife and family (and a lot of saving), I finally incorporated Unity Community Initiative (UCI) and is currently in the process to receive tax-exempt status so those who donate will not only be helping the future generation graduate college and become giving members to their local communities but will receive a tax write-off for their donation. If you are able to donate, you can do so by clicking the link below. Thank you for all your support and we are excited to start helping communities.
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$2,000 goal

Campaign created 1 month ago
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