Chasing 7 Dreams

UPDATED: April 15, 2021

Chasing 7 Dreams is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that designs and implements unique programs and experiences that change the world, one person at a time. We provide compassionate care and access to resources and opportunities for diverse populations of underserved individuals. Chasing 7 Dreams is dedicated in providing gateways to access resources for children with disabilities such as Autism. In 2015 the Founder and Executive Director of Chasing 7 Dreams, Tenika Doyle, launched the organization in honor of her son Elijay. Elijay was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at the age of seven. Our Mission is to inspire and make a difference through spreading love, growth, and new development in the lives of all that we serve. We are devoted to supporting the guiding principles of accountability, empowerment, and inspiration at the forefront of implementing change. The purpose of Chasing 7 Dreams is to teach the art of connecting through simplicity. Chasing 7 Dreams is driven in providing access to services for Kids and Adults with Autism and Disabilities regardless of their socio-economic background. Chasing 7 Dreams E-KAAMP (Elijay-Kids/Adults with Abilities Making Progress) activities are for participants 7 years of age and up that includes summer camps and one day camp activities promoting communicate skills for participants to navigate through social situations, strength training via team building and stem exercises. As an additional component to our program, E-KAAMP Adult Conference includes activities for participants 18-27 years of age provides training in workforce development, resume building, and offers guidance in applicants applying for college applications. We do not discriminate against race, gender, or social status.

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Chasing 7 Dreams
P.O. Box 4507
Ontario, CA 91737-6943
United States






Tenika Doyle

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