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[…]
Thanks to the East Bay Times for shouting out San Ramon High School’s Pledge to Humanity group for being dedicated volunteers with the amazing Challenger Baseball program. Challenger Baseball is Little League’s adaptive baseball program for individuals with physical and intellectual challenges. Beth McKnight and the SRVHS Pledge to Humanity group have been volunteering at[…]
“Last night we enjoyed one of our annual traditions singing holiday carols to senior citizens. We started at Danville Rehab and sang carols to a small group and handed out holiday door hangers for their rooms. Next we went on to a larger home called Sunrise. When we arrived a fun man named “Crazy Jack”[…]
Our 2016 Gala flower arrangements went to some beautiful ladies at Grace Healthcare in Pleasant Hill! We are so glad these flowers could brighten up so many peoples’ days.
Gala 2016 Video from Pledge To Humanity on Vimeo.
Check out the huge turnout for San Ramon Valley High School’s PTH Club’s first meeting of the 2016-2017 school year! We are so excited to see so many kids take an interest in serving their community, and we can’t wait to see all the amazing service projects they will do this year. Thanks to all[…]
This event was a great success! Please continue to help their cause by donating via Paypal! DONATE HERE Please join Believe, the PTH 8th grade girls group, for a party to raise funds for Rooms of Hope. Tickets cost $25 and include a movie, swimming, pizza and lots of fun. Bring along a blanket, swimsuit and towel. Rooms[…]
Last weekend, PTH Selfless went with the organization Urban Farmers to pick fruit at 3 different houses. The goal of Urban Farmers is to make sure no food goes to waste and to provide healthy food to people who do not have easy access to it. They take volunteers to different houses where the volunteers pick[…]
We’re so proud of Jack Nielsen, who founded Tennis Community Cares three years ago at the age of fourteen. Tennis Community Cares collects and donates tennis gear to local families who need it. Our local CBS affiliate has awarded Jack their weekly Jefferson Award for being a quiet hero in the Bay Area. We’re so[…]
Dear Friends of White Pony Express Free General Store, On Sunday, May 22 we will host 725 children and families of the Highland Elementary School in Richmond, CA at a Mobile Boutique. We hope to serve at least 500 children and are in need of children’s books, especially those that are in English and Spanish,[…]