Classroom4Good

If your group is looking for a way to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people in need you have come to the right place!

Classroom4Good is our physical space where groups participate in hands-on service projects to touch the lives of people who are struggling.

By meeting the needs of people in crisis and by inspiring volunteers through unique, direct service we create circles of kindness and generosity — “Mitzvah Circles”.

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Our Classroom4Good curriculum teaches and models the ideals that every person matters, small things can make huge differences, compassion and kindness are free to share, and that there are times in each of our lives when we can give, and other times when we need help.

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We welcome corporate groups, scout troops, schools, sports teams, youth groups, camps, national honor societies and people of all ages who want to help the most vulnerable.

Your work will directly impact the lives of others.

Classroom4Good, located in Harleysville, PA, provides hands-on opportunities to serve people in our own communities.

What You Can Do:

  • Organize a service project with your business, school, or community group. Contact Us and schedule a visit
  • Schedule a team-building event for your business or corporate group. Contact Us and schedule a visit
  • Plan an event with us for your honor society or school club. Contact Us and schedule a visit
  • Donate Money or gift cards to help families meet their needs
  • Click Here to learn more ways to help today!

Real Words from Real People…

“Please accept our sincere thanks for the wonderful program you sponsored for our school. You did a great job connecting our kids with the plight of less fortunate kids, and made us feel like we can really make a difference. The combination of decorating — and then filling — 83 snack bags for other kids who otherwise might not have food was a real highlight for everyone, from our 5 year old to our 55 year old! And sorting through and packing clothes for families made all of us think how lucky we are to have what need… and realize not everyone is so lucky.”
—Georgia

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