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Yours Humanly has announced five new recipients of its quarterly Children Have the Power to Empower® Award, which recognizes children for their outstanding acts of goodness. Read the full press release here.


This year Yours Humanly partnered with MDUSD Education Foundation and because of their partnership, a portion of the proceeds from the 5K fundraiser will go directly to underserved schools in the Mt. Diablo Unified School District. On October 21, Yours Humanly Founder & CEO Sunny Singh and Yours Humanly board members delivered a check in the amount of $3,600 to the MDUSD Education Foundation board at MDUSD headquarters (Concord). The funds will help bring hands-on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) enrichment opportunities to MDUSD students of all ages. Read the full press release here.


Yours Humanly, a Northern California-based nonprofit that provides underprivileged children in underserved communities across the world access to quality education, is sponsoring twenty disadvantaged children in Cite Soleil, an extremely impoverished community in Haiti. Yours Humanly is providing these children with full educational scholarships from placement in their local schools through twelfth grade graduation. Read the full press release here.


We are pleased to announce that Alexandra Walker (Euclid, OH), Jahkil Jackson (Chicago, IL), Harry and Heath Bennett (Malden, WA), and Munachi Udenyi (Yorktown, VA) are each recipients of a 2019 Yours Humanly Children Have the Power to Empower® Award.
Congratulations to Alexandra, Jahkil, Harry, Heath, and Munachi!
Learn more about the Children Have the Power to Empower® Award recipients.


Yours Humanly donated $20,000 to aid three schools in Puerto Rico that are still suffering the effects of 2017’s catastrophic Hurricane Maria that killed more than 2,900 people, permanently closed hundreds of schools, and left thousands of children without local educational opportunities. Read the full press release here.


Yours Humanly team met with Mr. Matthew Duffy (Superintendent, WCCUSD), Dr. Sarah Breed (Executive Director of Teaching, Learning, and Leading, WCCUSD), Mr. Ruben Aurelio (District Executive Director, WCCUSD), Ms. Jasmine Jones (Executive Director, West Contra Costa Public Education Fund) and Mr. Keilan Hunter (Principal, Coronado Elementary, Richmond, CA), to discuss how we can help enhance the educational experiences for students in West Contra Costa Unified School District.


We express our sincere thanks and gratitude to all the Yours Humanly 2019 Break a Sweat for Education 5K sponsors, participants, volunteers, and attendees. Thank you for making the event a huge success! Throughout the morning’s activities and the race itself, we captured fantastic images, which can be found here. Chip timing was provided by Synergy Race Timing. Click here for the race results.


Early Bird Registration is now open for the Yours Humanly 2020 Gift of Schooling Gala. We invite you to join us on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at the exquisite Diablo Country Club, Diablo, CA. Get your discounted tickets today.


Yours Humanly would like to celebrate this World Teachers’ Day by thanking all of the teachers out there for all that they do to encourage their students.


We are pleased to announce that Dr. Robert A. Martinez, Superintendent, Mt. Diablo Unified School District, (MDUSD, Contra Costa County, CA), will be a guest speaker at our upcoming Break a Sweat for Education® 5K Run and Walk to be held on October 5th in Walnut Creek, CA.
We express our sincere thanks and gratitude to Dr. Martinez for his support.
For more information about the event or to register please visit