A few words from Pledge to Humanity:
I like to think of Pledge to Humanity as a bridge between the children in our community and those in need here and all around the world.
Equally important is the gift of empowering our children to share of themselves and understand the true meaning of giving and personally making a difference in the lives of others.
A day at the ball field on April 24, 2016 with the Challenger Jamboree program. What a great days for the boys! They had a great experience, and it was so rewarding to watch the boys play baseball with their buddies!
On October 13, Pledge to Humanity Action, a group of 7th grade boys from Stone Valley Middle School in Alamo, went to Kids Against Hunger’s warehouse facility in Pleasanton. There, they prepared almost 2000 packaged meals to be distributed to hungry children both abroad and locally. It was a memorable experience for all!
PTH youth kids, ACTION, assembled over 275 sandwiches and delivered them to the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program for the homeless in Concord, CA. This shelter serves over 200 lunches daily. The boys were so respectful and friendly to the families seeking assistance. They truly understood how their sandwiches put smiles on the faces of the homeless.
Beautiful Day in the Tenderloin distributing care packages for people in need. The care packages contained water, hygiene items, and food. The boys were a little nervous at first, but everyone responded in such a respectful and positive manner they quickly relaxed. They enjoyed the event and gained a more thoughtful perspective on the needs of others. Thanks boys for your hard work!
Kick Off Meeting for PTH’s newest team “ACTION.” Boys are looking forward to their first event- wrapping and delivering gifts for children in need.
The Redwood City Fire Department has an annual toy and book drive that serves over 600 underprivileged families. We took our boys over one night to wrap gifts and two nights later to deliver the gifts on the fire truck. What an amazing two days the boys had in being a part of this special event. Watching the boys interact with the children made it such a special night. We were able to make a lot of families have a nice holiday. Thanks to our boys and all their hard work.