Welcome to The Fractal Group Inc.! The Fractal Group is an exciting, energetic, philanthropic fundraising organization looking to partner with charitable non-profits, foundations and fellow philanthropists. The organization was founded by Angela Scruggs and Sandra Branch who have been friends for over thirty years. They share the same passion to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate, who need resources and sustainability to thrive in these uncertain times. Thus, The Fractal Group was born. By partnering with others, The Fractal Group collects resources for programs and events that benefit the cause at hand.
The Fractal group is unique in that we take on the full responsibility for the conducting of fund raising events for charitable organizations. This allows those charities to continue to use their time and efforts in the carrying out of it's normal duties without interruption. Additionally, we are seeking new ways to assist with unemployment, mentoring, training, childcare, substance abuse counseling and so much more. Most importantly, we follow the guidelines set forth in IRS Code 4958, which assures that fundraising organizations like ours do not receive excess benefit and that the charity itself receives substantial monetary support. Like a fractal, we are moving forward, reaching out and connecting those in need with the funds and resources essential for positive change in their social, financial or material conditions. The Fractal Group is certainly achieving its mark of distinction.
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