Each year at our annual gala, we put together a video so our amazing donors can catch up on the work we are doing in our community. Thank you to everyone who donated and volunteered at our 2019 gala! We are so thankful for our incredible PTH family.
On Tuesday, November 27, Pledge to Humanity will participate in #GivingTuesday, a global day of charitable giving fueled by the power of social media. We invite you to join us as we officially launch a new initiative for Pledge to Humanity: The Goodnight Project. Our goal this winter season is to distribute 250 Goodnight Project[…]
Hard to believe that 4 months ago, Pledge to Humanity volunteers traveled to Udaipur, India, in partnership with WE Charities. This 15-day adventure was the perfect blend of hands-on volunteer opportunities coupled with local cultural activities. In short, it was the trip of a lifetime! Thank you to Timoney Moyer who travelled with us in[…]
Is your child interested in becoming a PTHKid? PTHKids is designed for children in elementary and middle school and is a super fun way to bring 6-10 friends together to volunteer in small groups. Groups are still forming for Fall 2018. For more information, please contact us!
This past year, the Pledge to Humanity Board of Directors imagined the possibilities of empowering every child – regardless of socio-economic background – to volunteer in the social issues which matter to them most. The Board unanimously voted to expand our commitment to PTHLocal initiatives in order to better support the growing interest for hands-on[…]
Team Unity put together Chemo Support Bags for children who are going through chemo. We made 20 of them and dropped them off at John Muir Hospital.
Thank you to all the boys who volunteered to help the community of Danville by doing yard work for seniors in our community on Saturday morning. There were 154 volunteers from our community and 24 senior homes that were cleaned up by crews. We really appreciate our leader Mike for coming out and organizing the[…]
The girls in team Amity had their first fundraiser. They set up a donation booth near the Iron Horse Trail in Danville and collected donations to support the Wheelchair Foundation in Blackhawk. Great job girls!
Our girls painted art cards for Creek Kids Care today, and the proceeds from the sale of the cards will be used to benefit local homeless.