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We Are In The Process of Selecting Our New Child!
(2021-2022 School Year)

We are currently selecting our new child for the 2021 school year so all donations must be held off until then.If you or someone you know might benefit from Project CHAP, email founder Alina Randhawa at If you would like to donate or help this year, check out our Project CHAP Instagram for updates! @project._.chap



Being the change.

Project CHAP, or Children's Health Assistance Program, strives to aid underprivileged kids who can't afford medical bills. The organization selects children throughout California every school year to support through fundraising. The organization started during the 2020-2021 school year and our first child was Ethan Mccoy, an 11-year-old boy who suffered from a rare pediatric brain tumor. Project CHAP was able to raise $3,000 for Ethan and his family through online hoodie sales and donations this past year. The organization's founder, Alina Randhawa, started the organization as a club in her Bay Area high school at the age of 15. She decided to help make a change when she discovered that over 13% of American children live in families unable to afford medical bills. Project CHAP recognizes the flaws in the American healthcare system and aims to make a change through their cause.

From left to right, (top) Stefanie and Joey McCoy, Ethan McCoy’s parents (2020-2021 child), and Alina Randhawa pose for a photo with Ethan’s siblings, (bottom) Marty, Holly and Judah, as the family is presented with a $3,000 check at Colusa Medical Center