The Carson Scholars Fund is turning #GivingTuesday into #GivingEDUDay to build support and drive donations for educational scholarships. Joyce and Aubrey Chernick are proud to support this effort by matching all donations that come into Carson Scholars on Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2015. Read more here.
Regulation A+ is a new securities exemption that allows anyone to invest. Next Generation Crowdfunding and Crowdfundingroadmap, Inc. have joined together to help connect crowdfunding investors, emerging businesses, and crowdfunding service providers with each other. Read more.
In 1976, Aubrey Chernick founded his own software company, Candle. What began as the work of one gifted, passionate computer programmer blossomed into the premier company for providing world-class software solutions to many Fortune 500 companies. Watch the video to hear the entire story of Candle Corporation, from Aubrey Chernick’s beginnings as a computer programmer, to […]
The Los Angeles Business Journal’s annual list of the top 50 people in Los Angeles features Aubrey Chernick and highlights his philanthropic efforts in addition to his businesses successes. The story notes that Chernick and his wife Joyce are contributors to education-focused non-profits, highlighting that the couple “matched donations to Stanford University last year on […]
From Stanford Benefactor: As a technology entrepreneur, Aubrey Chernick was quick to spot the potential of a philanthropic event driven by social media. He also saw an opportunity to boost bottom-line results. With his wife, Joyce, Chernick pledged to match gifts made to The Stanford Fund for Undergraduate Education on Giving Tuesday 2014, which took […]
Before digital photo-editing programs were readily available, Aubrey Chernick created photo effects using physical filters that attached to the lens of his camera. The results were similar to the effects that you can get using today’s “Instagram” filters. During a sailing voyage with his friends, Norm, Mel and Ruth, in 1976, Aubrey Chernick created a “Mystical” […]
The Oscars will be held this Sunday. People all over the country — and world! — will tune in to see what Hollywood’s celebrities are wearing, and to find out if their favorite film won the industry’s most prestigious award. But who says that Oscar season can’t also be a time for charity? Children Uniting […]
UCLA Arts Three new members have joined the Board of Visitors of the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. They are Aubrey Chernick, Jerry Moss and Paul Reiser, all of Los Angeles. The announcement was made by Daniel Neuman, dean. The Board of Visitors provides support and advice for the UCLA School of Arts […]