A Non-Profit Social Venture Organized To Deliver
Sustainable Programs To Unlock Human Potential

The Brainchild of A US Chess Scholar And A National Master
Who Finished Equal 3rd In The World Amateur Championship And Holds 5 US National And 13 State Titles

Helping Veterans stay focused and providing strength for tough times during transitioning and enriching their experience with hope and joy through chess programs
Empowering Children reach full potential through Strategic Thinking, Intellectual Creativity, and Problem Solving through chess.
Helping patients of Dementia and Alzheimer’s diseases and Senior Citizens with mental chess exercises and brain stimulation to stay mentally active and healthy.
Improving Problem-Solving and Decision-Making skills of At-Risk Youths, reducing Recidivism and helping transitioning them become better citizens.

Transforming Lives. Impacting Communities.

Building a Better World

What began as a mission for a 9-year old boy to win the US Open Chess Championship (Class B Award) to take care of the education and healthcare of an underprivileged child in 2008 using his own won prize-money set the founding stone in 2012 for Chess for Humanity, which has impacted more than 1,000 members of the community.

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To implement sustainable programs that enrich the human experience with full potential, nurture humanity, and create a better world.
To provide veterans with cognitive and PTSD therapy to stay strong and focused during tough times of transition, improve seniors’ brain health with mental exercises and mind stimulating activities to alleviate Alzheimer’s and Dementia, transform at-risk juvenile youth with challenging problem-solving and life skills education to reduce violence and recidivism, and empower children with strategic educational programs to help them succeed in school and in life.
You can’t change the whole world, but you can change one’s world