On 9/16/2023, the 25th “Bark in the Park” Dog Festival was held at William Street Park in downtown San Jose. We organized a charity sale event. Through the sale and donation of pet-themed hats, we raised a total of $776 in charitable funds, which were donated in full to the Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley […]
Mission Possible Teens Foundation will host 2023 Fall AMC10/12 test in Mission San Jose High School on 11/8/2023 and 11/14/2023. For details or register, please click here
Hurry Up! 2023 President’s Volunteer Services Award application deadline is 8/15/2023. Please submit your form as soon as possible. For details, please refer to the ‘Awards’ page. Application Form
MPTF members Annie and Jeffery volunteered in Fremont Adobe Services，Sunrise Village on 7/30/2023. They helped the dinner preparation for residents there. Fremont Abode Services (formerly Tri-City Homeless Coalition or TCHC) provides shelter and 24-hour supportive services (including meals, case management, and job counseling) to homeless families and individuals in one of its shelter service programs.
Mission Possible Teens Foundation participated in this year (2023)’s July 4th parade in Fremont.
Mission Possible Teens Foundation held the summer picnic in Metro Crossing on 5/21/2023. Thanks for all the seniors participated in the past several years, and congratulations and best wishes to their college journey. The new MPTF leadership team is also formed, led by Annie Xu, rising senior in Mission San Jose High, and Evan Yang, […]
Congratulations volunteers for your service! Our President, Joe Biden, has approved of your service :). Below is a transcript of the speech our President made. And below that are the pictures!
Happy National Clean-Up Day! Did you know plastic water bottles, straws, and bags can take up to 450 years to decompose?! That’s more than a week. Today we chilled out and scoured clean all the trash on the Mission Creek Trail. Let’s all keep in mind to make the extra effort to reduce, reuse, and […]
In an effort to give back to our community in these trying times, we helped out a bit at the local food drive. Anyone and everyone can help!
Mission Impossible is no more. Mission Possible Teens makes the “mission, possible!” Club Heads scaled Mission Peak to conquer the world: Previous Next