PLEASANT GROVE

Promise Hill Project hosted a community outreach event at Smile Kingdom in Pleasant Grove, Texas, where we served 100 families and individuals in need with non-perishable food, pineapples, potatoes and clean drinking water.

Thank you to #armbrust for the generous donation of medical masks, #elriogrande for delivering the produce, and #SmileKingdom for letting us serve those in need outside of your facility.

Water Well Project Announcement

Promise Hill Project is proud to announce the partnerships with Giving Company and World Vision to fund and build a water well in Mogotio, Kenya!

Our piped water system provides clean drinking water and the prospects of a healthier future to 574 people in need!

A recent update from World Visions is as follows:

“We are multiplying the health benefits of clean water by addressing sanitation and hygiene in Mogotio- Magoi Community Water Project. Activities include helping people build and maintain latrines, promoting hand washing with soap, and establishing open defecation free communities. When combined, water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions can reduce child disease and death, support child protection and access to education, and reduce gender disparities”

Served 50 Young Females with Period Products

GIRL POWER!

Promise Hill Project was honored to partner with the Fort Dobbs Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution!

Together, we served 50 young females in need with Promise Hill Project bags filled with period products.

We are grateful that local healthcare providers, including Iredell Health System, Chapter Daughters, and the American Foundation for Suicide prevention also contributed personal care products and helpful brochures.

A special thank you goes to our Aunt, Suzan Tolle, for making this giving opportunity happen!

Distributed 170 School Uniforms and School Supplies

Promise Hill Project purchased and distributed 170 school uniforms and school supplies to youth in the OakCliff, Texas community.

We believe wholeheartedly that school uniforms make schools safer for students, create a level playing field that reduces socioeconomic disparities, and encourages children to focus on their studies rather than on their attire.

We are very grateful to our Promise Hill Project Ambassador, Patty Leal, for all of her time and energy put into this giving event!

Served 50 Young Children with School Supplies

Promise Hill Project was proud to serve 50 young children in need in the Pleasant Grove community with much-needed school supplies.

We were honored to be given the opportunity to invest in the future of these students, and to relieve many families of the financial stress that influences how prepared their children are for curriculum throughout the school year.

A special thank you to our Promise Hill Project Ambassador, Patty Leal, for working so hard to make this giving opportunity happen!

CLEAN DRINKING WATER

Promise Hill Project donated 417 bottles of clean drinking water to the residents at Dallas Life Homeless Recovery Shelter.

Just six weeks ago, nearly 400,000 Texans were still without access to clean drinking water due to ongoing effects of the extreme winter storm conditions in February.

Thank you Britt + Benny for your assistance at the dock!

4707 PERIOD PRODUCTS COLLECTED!

THANK YOU to Promise Hill Project Partners for hosting collection points (all of which are female owned businesses!) and to individuals for donating period products and monetary gifts for our annual drive.These products will be distributed to girls and women in struggling communities throughout America.

We are so grateful for your support of this special project each and every year!

OUR PARTNERS!

Spa In The City collected and donated 1,823 period products

Terra.Michelle & Co. collected and donated 1,226 period products!

Sunshine Prosthetics and Orthotics collected and donated 604 period products!

Emurua Dikirr, Maasai Land

Promise Hill Project has personally waited years to be able to serve the Maasai Tribe- the most traditional tribe in Kenya. Unfortunately, due to the continued spread of Covid-19, we were not able to make the annual trip to Kenya to attend this distribution. However, Promise Hill Project is forever grateful to our volunteers- Michael Maura and Dave Muema for making this happen!

HOW PROMISE HILL PROJECT HELPS TO ERADICATE PERIOD POVERTY

A total of 24 females were served with period products. They were mixed age groups- teens from 12 years of age all the way up to ladies over 50 years. The elderly ladies received pads to take to the younger ladies in their homesteads.
COVID-19 PANDEMIC

“Promise Hill Project cautiously continues to serve throughout the global pandemic. We hope that everyone continues to social distance, mask and sanitize – for your safety, for ours and for the safety of Elders, youth and the immunocompromised.” ~Lisa Arbogast, Founder

SoupMobile

In response to a severe winter storm that moved into Texas in mid February, Promise Hill Project donated 100 blankets to help keep the homeless warm throughout a crippling cold front, with wind chills as low as 20 below zero. Extreme cold will become life threatening to people and animals outside without adequate warmth or shelter! This donation was made in response to a Code Blue sent out by SoupMobile.

Mount Sterling Community Center

Promise Hill was honored to sponsor our first formal drive-up food distribution in America, at the Mt. Sterling Community Center in Mt. Sterling, Ohio! With our proud partner, meals were provided to 104 households and 321 individuals in need.