Chung Changing Lives presents Patrick Chung’s Open Mic Karaoke Fundraiser

Save the Date – Monday evening -December 7, 2015

Tickets on Sale HERE!

For sponsorship packages please contact cecelia.chung@chungchanginglives.org

 

 

 

Patriots Safety Patrick Chung Presents

Open Mic Holiday Party

Hosted by JAM’N 94.5’s Ashlee Feldman and Maverik                                                          Sounds by: DJ Legendary Junior

Monday, December 15, 2014
Showcase Live, 23 Patriot Place, Foxboro, MA

Come and enjoy an evening of celebrity karaoke with us! Live & Silent Auction, Raffles & Photobooth Fun!

Participate in the Dimock Center toy drive by bringing an unwrapped toy for children 0-12

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Benefiting:

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Open Mic

Chung Changing Lives and BCNC Present

2014 Chung Jam Session

Sunday, August 17

Hard Rock Cafe

22-24 Clinton Street, Boston

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Chung Changing Lives and BCNC Present

2nd Annual Pep Rally Kickoff!

Thursday, July 10th @ 1:00PM
Josiah Quincy School
885 Washington Street, Boston

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2013 Summer Music Academy for Real Teens!

In July 2013, we launched the Summer Music Academy for Real Teens (SMART) – a three week intensive for youth of Greater Boston to learn from and work with professional musicians to build their skills in songwriting, beat making, and more, but also to develop lasting connections across geographic and cultural boundaries with other young people who share a passion for music.

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2013 SMART Pep Rally

With hosts NFL Safety Patrick Chung and Maverik of Jam’n 94.5 and special celebrity guest appearances and guest speakers.

FREE and Open to the Public
Tuesday, July 9, 2013 @ 3:30PM

Josiah Quincy School
885 Washington St., Boston

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Chung Changing Lives Opening Night Fundraiser 2013

Monday night at Mercedes-Benz of Westwood (Mass.), the Patriots’ safety will celebrate the launch of “Chung Changing Lives,” a foundation he and his wife have started with the stated intention of seizing on the idea that “each person has the ability and power to give a helping hand to a child in need.” It’s a cause backed by WilmerHale LLP, Prime Motor Group, Sovereign Bank-Santander, Pitching in for Kids, as well as UMass-Boston, and Monday’s event will be a chance to the Chungs to thank those sponsors in addition to the friends who have helped them establish the organization. That includes teammates, some of whom, like Vince Wilfork, have already lent financial support. “It was important to get my teammates involved,” Chung told ESPN.com’s Playbook. “He (Wilfork) didn’t ask for anything. He was just: ‘I got you, man.’ It’s like a brotherhood almost in the locker room. If they need something and I can help, I’m going to do it. If I need something and they can help, they’re going to help. It’s kind of a family.” Chung has been an active member of the community since being drafted by the Patriots in 2009, including work as a spokesman for the Sports Museum’s Boston vs. Bullies program and various efforts on behalf of other children-related groups. Recently, though, he and his wife, Cecilia, decided to start a foundation of their own, and through it the safety “seeks to increase opportunities for children by providing access to athletic instruction, art & music lessons and instruction, and tutoring & life skills training. The goal of Chung Changing Lives is to cultivate healthy lifestyles and active civic participation for children.” The son of Jamaican reggae singer Sophie George, Chung sang during a performance with the Boston Children’s Chorus in November, so although he is a hard-hitter on the field his own interests go beyond the gridiron and extend into other parts of life. That’s what he intends for his charity, too. A father himself, he simply wants to give opportunities to kids. “Music is a hobby. It helps me blank my mind when I get an hour to relax. (With the foundation), that’s exactly what we want to do,” he told ESPN.com. “If you want to do music and can’t, we’ll have the connections to make it happen and make those dreams come true. If you want to learn sports, play football, we’ll help you out.” – See more at: http://www.boston.com/sports/blogs/offthefield/2013/01/patriots-chung-aiming-to-change-childrens-lives-with-new-charity.html#sthash.vby0tdSe.dpuf

Thank you to our sponsors!

WilmerHale, Mercedes Benz-Westwood, Sovereign Bank, The Boston Foundation, Pitching in for Kids, SportsMoney, UMass Boston, MT. Washington Bank, The Vince Wilfork Foundation, and Jaden’s Ladder.

WilmerHale LLP, Prime Motor Group, Sovereign Bank-Santander, Pitching in for Kids, as well as UMass-Boston – See more at: http://www.boston.com/sports/blogs/offthefield/2013/01/patriots-chung-aiming-to-change-childrens-lives-with-new-charity.html#sthash.vby0tdSe.dpuf
Monday night at Mercedes-Benz of Westwood (Mass.), the Patriots’ safety will celebrate the launch of “Chung Changing Lives,” a foundation he and his wife have started with the stated intention of seizing on the idea that “each person has the ability and power to give a helping hand to a child in need.” It’s a cause backed by WilmerHale LLP, Prime Motor Group, Sovereign Bank-Santander, Pitching in for Kids, as well as UMass-Boston, and Monday’s event will be a chance to the Chungs to thank those sponsors in addition to the friends who have helped them establish the organization. That includes teammates, some of whom, like Vince Wilfork, have already lent financial support. “It was important to get my teammates involved,” Chung told ESPN.com’s Playbook. “He (Wilfork) didn’t ask for anything. He was just: ‘I got you, man.’ It’s like a brotherhood almost in the locker room. If they need something and I can help, I’m going to do it. If I need something and they can help, they’re going to help. It’s kind of a family.” Chung has been an active member of the community since being drafted by the Patriots in 2009, including work as a spokesman for the Sports Museum’s Boston vs. Bullies program and various efforts on behalf of other children-related groups. Recently, though, he and his wife, Cecilia, decided to start a foundation of their own, and through it the safety “seeks to increase opportunities for children by providing access to athletic instruction, art & music lessons and instruction, and tutoring & life skills training. The goal of Chung Changing Lives is to cultivate healthy lifestyles and active civic participation for children.” The son of Jamaican reggae singer Sophie George, Chung sang during a performance with the Boston Children’s Chorus in November, so although he is a hard-hitter on the field his own interests go beyond the gridiron and extend into other parts of life. That’s what he intends for his charity, too. A father himself, he simply wants to give opportunities to kids. “Music is a hobby. It helps me blank my mind when I get an hour to relax. (With the foundation), that’s exactly what we want to do,” he told ESPN.com. “If you want to do music and can’t, we’ll have the connections to make it happen and make those dreams come true. If you want to learn sports, play football, we’ll help you out.” – See more at: http://www.boston.com/sports/blogs/offthefield/2013/01/patriots-chung-aiming-to-change-childrens-lives-with-new-charity.html#sthash.vby0tdSe.dpuf
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