Eunoia is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that was founded in 2016 by high school sophomore Grace Choi. It was created in an effort to establish an organization that is a helping hand to teens in the local Sacramento community. She and a couple of her friends were the founding members of the not-for-profit that became an officially recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit in February of 2017.
Eunoia strives to make the most difference in the local community it serves by (1) helping underprivileged teens, and (2) by helping teens give back to the community.
Eunoia’s purpose is to address, educate, coordinate, and provide aid and relief to underprivileged teenagers in local communities across the US and to also assist other teenagers in making a difference by benefiting local community and charitable needs through means that include volunteering and other acts of service.
Currently, we have three different chapters of Eunoia at high schools in the Greater Sacramento area. Each year, every chapter’s officers and volunteers choose a teen or community related need they want focus on. Throughout the year, the chapter will dedicate a majority of their outreach and awareness campaigns to that cause.