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Making an Impact: Announcing Care for Caregivers Fundraiser

How does one make an impact?

Even a seemingly small step can have an impact. Community-centered giving can yield big results. A small act of kindness breeds another, and another.


Pongo Power is excited to announce our Care for Caregivers Fundraiser event to support Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing Arts. The fundraiser will take place on Wednesday, March 31st,  1pm - 5pm, on Zoom!


Click here to stay up-to-date in the weeks leading up to the event!

If you would like to donate now, visit our GoFundMe.

WadleighArtsI am so excited for the opportunity for Pongo Power to team up with Wadleigh Arts for our fundraiser, Care For Caregivers. Throughout 2020, between countless injustices taking place in our nation, and the pandemic wreaking havoc throughout the world, I would often sit and wonder “but what can I do? The struggles and pain are so widespread, so huge. I feel helpless. I feel powerless. How can I make any kind of a positive impact?” 

Elizabeth Pongo, owner of Pongo Power, and Dulyne Desmangles, VP at Wadleigh Arts, have allowed me the space and opportunity to channel my desires into action. I have been inspired by these women. They are grassroots organizers who consistently take actions toward making the world a better place.


Scholars are provided the platform to pursue their dreams and passions in order to become productive members of society.

- Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Harlem, NY

Pongo Power’s mission and vision states “Pongo Power envisions a world where everyone has the tools necessary to take responsibility for their health and wellness, in order to lead a life of freedom, joy, and self-expression.”

WadelighGroundsAt Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Harlem, N.Y., “scholars are provided the platform to pursue their dreams and passions in order to become productive members of society.” 

Wadleigh’s community was hit hard in 2020. Their caregivers stepped up so that Wadleigh students could continue to pursue those dreams and passions. We want to honor all of those caregivers.

Pongo Power has organized a fundraiser for an emergency fund to help provide essentials for the caregivers of the students at Wadleigh Arts. With this money, caregivers will be able to:

  • provide a metrocard
  • cover a utility bill
  • replace a broken phone, etc.

These little steps can make a big difference. That person can then move through their day with a little less worry, a little less stress, and may be able to relax for a minute, or practice some self-care

Judy and Dulyne

The fundraiser will take place on Wednesday March 31st,  1pm - 5pm, on Zoom!

To join us, click here and enter in your email to stay up-to-date!

The afternoon will be full of fun and educational events. The programming will have offerings such as yoga, home fitness, and nutrition. We invite you all to participate and hope you walk away with new tools to help reduce stress and stay healthy.   Stay tuned in the coming weeks for our lineup! 

If you would like to donate now, here is the link to our Gofundme page.

Thank you for joining us in taking these small steps that will lead to great strides!

Judy and Elizabeth

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Meet the Author

Judy Jerome
Vice President

NASM Certified Personal Trainer, NASM Certified Weight Loss Specialist, & Pre/Post Natal Certified


Judy comes from a dance and choreography background, which led her toward personal training. She acquired her NASM certification in 2009 and has since earned the EBFA Barefoot Training Specialist Level 1 Cert, PROnatal Pre/Postnatal Level 1 Certification, and the NASM Weight Loss Specialization.
Judy focuses on proper alignment, flexibility, balance, and core strength. She strives for her clients to work to their full potential and aims to take the mystery out of how to build fitness into one’s lifestyle.

Judy has a passion for running and functional strength training. She successfully completed the New York City Marathon in November 2014.

“I love helping people connect their brains to their bodies. My favorite part in a training session is when there is an, ‘Ah-ha!’ moment: a client’s discovery about his or her body, and what it is capable of when a piece of the puzzle is placed.”

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