Pledge to Humanity Ambassadors had the opportunity to visit the Pac12 studios. This is part of an after school program once a month where the kids get to come to PAC-12 and learn about storytelling and production from their professional team. The ultimate goal is to have the kids produce their own content during their trip to Kenya,[…]
Students from Rancho Romero went to visit their sister school students in Richmond. This is a Pledge to Humanity tradition to do this once a year with a student council so they know and build friendships with their sister school. The students visit Kindergarten through 2nd grade classrooms and read to them and hang out. We brought[…]
People Magazine has featured Pledge to Humanity and founder Gaby Ghorbani in their February 2017 People Human Interest section: Heroes Among Us. With volunteerism and kindness at the heart of what we do, Pledge to Humanity believes that every child, regardless of their age, is capable of making a difference in someone’s life today…and that’s[…]
One of our newest Pledge to Humanity Ambassador Groups completed their first service project – making beautiful blankets for Project Linus, a group that donates blankets to critically ill children in local hospitals. The kids did an amazing job making these blankets by hand!
“During this holiday season we had a couple amazing opportunities to share the spirit of the season with some loving senior citizens. Club member Lexi Daetz had a birthday party where she and her friends made fleece blankets to share with some deserving seniors. The seniors were delighted to receive these! Kylie Yarwood organized an[…]
“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”[…]
Last weekend, Pledge to Humanity teamed up with the Oakland Raiders to make sandwiches and assemble toiletry bags for local food banks. We are so happy to continue to work with the Raiders Women’s Association and their families on an annual basis to serve our community!
Wednesday night’s Thanksgiving food drive at Rancho was amazing! We were able to get 22 bagged meals for our sister school, Coronado Elementary, and an additional 66 bags that will be delivered to Monument Crisis Center. We also received $660 in gift cards, so each Coronado bag will include a $30 gift card to Safeway![…]
“We had a great day at Loaves & Fishes in Martinez. It is a very small soup kitchen where teens have the opportunity to spend time with the clients. A group of men that came from a men’s group home were so gracious and insisted they sweep and mop the floors for us. We were blown away by[…]
Last week we had our first of 3 Blanket Making work parties to make 75 blankets for the foster kids. These newly tied fleece blankets will be given to foster kids at an annual holiday party were 1000 foster kids come from all over the area to enjoy crafts, games, cookie decorating and more. We[…]