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Yours Humanly is honored to have taken part in a Bridging Gaps initiative on Friday, June 3 in Dublin, CA. 80 backpacks filled with school supplies were donated to children from subsidized households, due to the gracious support from local community members and sponsors.


This event would not have been possible without the groundwork provided by Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (Assembly District 16). Assemblywoman Baker has consistently championed education as one of her four legislative pillars. She has repeatedly taken steps to improve education in our community, for which we share our utmost gratitude.


Thank you, Vandana Kumar – for the warmth of your generosity spans continents. Vandana Kumar of Los Angeles, California has partnered with Yours Humanly to bring 100 handmade hats to our students in Nepal in an effort to keep children warm through cold winters.

Contact us to learn how you can get involved.


In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week, Yours Humanly would like to thank and honor teachers around the world for their lasting contributions to educating children. Teachers share our passion to enrich lives, and we applaud their tenacity, dedication, and commitment to improving education.


Sonia, a caring young lady from Texas, shows us that anyone at every age can bring hope to the less fortunate. After learning about Yours Humanly, Sonia wanted to help by drawing Cards of Hope for the underprivileged children in Cambodia, Nepal and India. With beautiful pictures and inspiring messages like “Don’t lose hope! You never know what tomorrow will bring” and “No one can change you except you”, Sonia’s selfless act brought smiles to many faces around the world. Thank you for your generosity and kindness Sonia! Your actions embody Your Humanly’s belief that children have the power to empower.Let us know if you would like to help spread happiness and hope!


Yours Humanly is excited to partner with Beltei International School in Cambodia to help bring quality education to underprivileged children. Access due to location is often a barrier, and Beltei’s many campuses across Cambodia will provide more opportunities for children to attend a school close to home. We thank the management of Beltei International School for this partnership and for their support.


We remain dedicated to our mission to fund school fees, supplies, books, and uniforms for underprivileged children globally providing them the necessary tools to gain a quality education and conquer poverty. We distributed 600 backpacks filled with school supplies to needy students at an underserved school in Takeo, Cambodia.


The project was supported by generous product donations from Staedtler, Dixon Ticonderoga Company, and Maped Helix USA.


Yours Humanly Debuts New Logo Design, Remains Dedicated to Empowering Children Worldwide through Education


Read the full press release here.


To communicate our expanded mission and more clearly position our brand in the nonprofit environment we are extremely proud and excited to launch our redesigned logo with the new tagline, “Educating Children. Enriching Lives.”


This change conveys our deep commitment to educating children throughout their lives. When we sponsor a child’s education, we promise to support him or her with the tuition, books, uniforms, and school supplies that student will need—not just for a single school year, but through 12th grade.


As we approach the end of the year, when many hearts are moved towards generosity over the holidays, we hope that our visible recommitment to helping children will inspire others to partner with us and support our efforts.


Watch the video.