Chaney’s Champions Added to IBM Employee and Retiree Charitable Contribution Campaign List

Chaney’s Champions, a 501C3 based out of Apex, NC, with a mission of paying it forward through random acts of kindness, has been added as an eligible charitable organization as part of the IBM Employee/Retiree Charitable Contribution Campaign List (ECCC). Chaney’s Champions’ agency code through IBM is 0W114. The addition of Chaney’s Champions as a charitable organization to the IBM campaign means that IBM employees and retirees can easily donate to Chaney’s Champions through payroll deduction through the charitable campaign.
Chaney’s Champions was invited to the Research Triangle Park, NC campus of IBM on October 4, 2018 to be part of the kickoff for the IBM Charitable Campaign. Chaney’s Champions was one of 20 community and non-profit organizations who were able to interact with IBM employees. It is a tremendous honor to have been selected by IBM to be part of the small number of organizations who were invited to the event.
Chaney’s Champions was formed to honor the memory of Chaney James Corcoran, who passed away suddenly from SIDS at 10 weeks old. Chaney’s Champions was created to provide teddy bears to organizations that encounter children in a crisis situation. The “Chaney Bears” are used to help bring comfort to children in need and provide opportunities to pay kindness forward and embody the mission of Chaney’s Champions to #ChampionOn with small tokens of kindness.
To fulfill its mission, Chaney’s Champions depends on the generous financial support of family, friends, & members of the surrounding community.
More information about Chaney’s Champions may be found at
About Chaney’s Champions – Chaney’s Champions is a 501C3 non-profit located in Apex, NC. Founded in 2016, Chaney’s Champions was formed to honor the memory of Chaney James Corcoran. Its mission involves paying it forward through random acts of kindness. The organization is currently focusing its work on donating teddy bears to area law enforcement agencies to be used to assist children in need.


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