What an amazing day at Glide Memorial! We are so grateful for our friends at Clif Bar for donating 3 cases of bars to the homeless! The recipients were incredibly grateful! Thank you Clif for sharing this gift. You are amazing people with an incredible heart!
We had a huge group of amazing students at our two Bentley School Service Days. We made a total of 1000 sandwiches and 100 toiletry kits, as well as several hundred caring and positive handwritten notes that were put inside of the toiletry bags. Looking forward to many more projects with this awesome group of[…]
Stone Valley was proud to partner with Monument Crisis Center’s “Senior Moments” program, which serves over 100 at-risk senior citizens. This program provides a special time for seniors to gather, enjoy a warm lunch, and create a sense of community with their peers. Our student volunteers helped serve lunch provided by Pledge to Humanity while[…]
This Christmas season, Pledge to Humanity was so proud to connect with Covenant House California, a youth homeless shelter, to donate gifts for some of the youth residents. From Randi, the Community Development Director: “Thank you so much for the wonderful gifts. I personally was with all of the youth when they got to get[…]
As 2017 draws to a close, we are filled with gratitude for your support of our mission… Our Pledge to Humanity! Please check out our year-end newsletter and see all the ways your support has benefited our community over the year.
Thanks to the amazing group of students from San Ramon Valley High School for getting involved so many projects this semester. Here are some photos of their activities from the last few weeks, including serving meals at Glide Memorial, making blankets for the homeless, packing meals at Kids Against Hunger, and helping out at the[…]
Athenian Pledge to Humanity went to the Women’s Daytime Drop-in Center today. They helped serve Thanksgiving food, clean up and talk to everyone there.
PTH Gratitude spent their day sorting and making Thanksgiving boxes for about 200 families. The boys worked really hard and were great sports. THey also talked about Shelter Inc’s mission and how our morning’s work would benefit so many families in need.
On Tuesday evening, 11/14, the 5th grade boys of Rancho Empower came together for an evening of giving at Rancho Romero Elementary. For more than a week, families were asked to donate non-perishable food items and Safeway gift cards to help complete a holiday meal bag for families in need at our sister school, Coronado[…]
SRVHS had another amazing day with the Special Olympic athletes at the bowling allety. Their smiles are contagious! We are super grateful to have been given the opportunity again.