**Pleasanton's Community of Character Collaborative** is a committee of volunteers representing the Pleasanton Unified School District, City of Pleasanton, Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce and other organizations who are working together to create a community culture that is built on values: goodwill and community-accepted character traits through inspirational motivational and recognition programs.
The Mission of the Pleasanton Community of Character Collaborative is to create a community culture built on values, goodwill, and community accepted traits of responsibility, compassion, self-discipline, honesty, respect and integrity.
Inspiring individuals, families and organizations within the city of Pleasanton to take responsibility for their choices and actions.
Motivating individuals, families and organizations within the city of Pleasanton to make a difference in the world around them.
Recognizing individuals, families, and organizations within the city of Pleasanton for modeling the accepted Community of Character traits of: Responsibility, Compassion, Self-discipline, Honesty, Respect and Integrity.
Events & Activities Sponsored,
Co-Sponsored or supported by the
Community of Character Collaborative
Community of Character Awards & Luncheon
Juanita Haugen Scholarships
Juanita Haugen Awards for Character and Service
Make a Difference Day
Martin Luther King Legacy Breakfast & Awards
Senior Support - Christmas Gifts for seniors
Tri-Valley Community Outreach Thanksgiving Dinner
Juanita Haugen Scholarships Awarded to four
High School Seniors
Sahana Kumar and Delaney Rohers of Amador Valley High School and Sarah Molina and Sadie Brown Markova of Foothill High School were selected as the 2022 recipients of the Juanita Haugen Memorial Scholarship.
Their stories and amazing accomplishments are on the scholarship page. (Click Here)
Sahana Kumar Delaney Rohers
Amador Valley Amador Valley
Sara Molina Sadie Brown
Juanita Haugen Award Recipients Announced
Randy and Lisa Brown
PUSD Mariachi Music Program
will be honored at the annual luncheon on May 18, 2022 at the Senior Center
<Click Here> for their stories & photos
For tickets to the Luncheon: go to www.pleasanton.org
Juanita Haugen, a nationally known public schools advocate and the longest-serving member ever of the Pleasanton school board, would be proud that the Community of Character program she established has become an ingrained part of our community. Juanita died on March 5, 2007 at age 69 after a long battle with cancer.
YMCA Recognizes Pleasanton's Community of Character Collaborative
The Pleasanton Community of Character Collaborative was presented with the "You are the Difference" award by the YMCA of the East Bay at the organization's 134th Annual Meeting & Volunteer Recognition Awards Ceremony on October 16, 2013.
The Collaborative's Joanne Gunson and Heather Rizzoli were given the award, recognizing the organization and its people for their hours of volunteerism.
The Collaborative is a non-profit organization of volunteers working together to create a Pleasanton community culture built on values, goodwill, and community accepted traits of Responsibility, Compassion, Self-Discipline, Honesty, Respect and Integrity.
The Community of Character Collaborative is jointly supported by the City of Pleasanton, Pleasanton Unified School District, Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce and various business, service and faith organizations.
Not just words...
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