Pledge to Humanity had an incredible trip to Udaipur, India in 2013. Check out our video to see some of the amazing work that you helped us fund. India PTH 2013 from Pledge To Humanity on Vimeo.
Thanks to the hard work and generosity of the Pledge to Humanity Mustangs in Motion Club at Monte Vista High School, 50 new basketball jerseys and sports bags are heading to Pittsburg High School in Pittsburg, CA. This is a result of last year’s fundraising efforts by this hard working group of students at MVHS.[…]
At PTH, we like to honor and show respect to our senior population. To that end, we continue to take groups to several local senior centers in our area. We generally try to visit one per week with students involved in the Pledge to Humanity program. During these great visits, the students are able to[…]
Pledge to Humanity is privileged to work with some awesome students from schools all over Northern California. These students continue to get together with Pledge to Humanity staff and make sandwiches to be given out through local shelters in Contra Costa and Alameda counties. Literally thousands of sandwiches have been made and given out to[…]
Pledge to Humanity continues to support Open Arms Mexico in Tijuana on an ongoing basis. Thanks to the support of our great partners, we are able to provide clothing for the children and continue to provide funds that make it possible to serve healthy meals to the children at Open Arms.
Hundreds of toiletry kits were assembled and delivered to shelters in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco and Contra Costa County. These kits are distributed to those less fortunate in those areas to help them maintain a basic level of personal hygiene. We’re thankful for the local brownie troops and other great local youth organizations,[…]
Thanks to St. Isadore and the Michelini family over 300+ pairs of shoes have been collected and sent to Haiti. These shoes have been sent to support Project St. Anne – a shelter located just south of Port Au Prince that is dedicated to helping men, women, and children in their small community of Camp-Perrin.[…]
Recently, the Rancho Romero student council, in partnership with all of the students at their school, and several local podiatrists, collected 543 pairs of socks to benefit troops serving overseas. These socks were added to care packages that were sent over courtesy of Blue Star Moms. Thank you to the doctors and students who participated.[…]