Support our community homeless shelters by donating to Realize to Act’s efforts to provide them with job training and education and end the debilitating cycle of homelessness. Get involved with one of our events below!
Take some time to have fun at Realize to Act’s virtual event with Halloween Google Doodle (2018 version) on July 6th from 2-3 PM, and with $5, support our innovative program that will provide homeless people with job training and education to become gainfully employed! Anyone can join anywhere from any device with no prior experience needed.
Buy your box of Krispy Kreme’s dozen glazed donuts from Realize to Act to support our innovative program that will provide homeless people with job training and education to become gainfully employed, and retrieve them in person at your local Krispy Kreme after 6/28. Take advantage of this special opportunity to benefit our community, while enjoying your donuts!
Join us for a virtual high cardio dance workout that’ll tone the entire body in one action-packed class on exciting Bollywood and Western music. Led by Mamatha Gudimalla, BollyX(Bollywood Workout) and Zumba certified instructor, this event is a wonderful way to support Realize to Act’s innovative program that will provide homeless people with job training and education to become gainfully employed.
June 10th, 2018
@ Bailey’s Vineyards – a wine country lunch to learn about poverty and perspective
Speakers: Mr.Robert Santana, CEO of Orange County Boys and Girls Club, and Ms.Sumita Batra, Founder and CEO of Ziba Beauty and Sumita Cosmetics
In partnership with Pratham USA
Raised funds to support 25 kids education in the slums of India for an entire school year
August – October 2019
For every backpack purchased, a backpack was donated to a local student in need
December 2020 – January 2021
Realize to Act is providing full-sized hygiene kits to our community homeless shelters
Students in our community where provided with an opportunity to share a cause they are passionate about
Aug – Oct 2020
Realize to Act donated backpacks to the Dayton KY school district