Be True to Yourself is a nonprofit agency providing unique team building activities to assist the homeless, elderly and children in the Greater Las Vegas area.
Our team building activities encourage teamwork and create strong interpersonal skills.
Our customized “Be True” study guide focuses on youth and how to create harmony and oneness, to promote pro-social friendships, and to reassert a sense of hope in the future by living with integrity.
We participate in several community service projects in the Las Vegas area.
Our Mission Consists of Three Principles
We Have Three Outreach Programs
How It Works
Every event/activity can be tailored. We work with Platinum Concierge to tailor the best event for your organization.
We accomodate group sizes between 10 – 300 and typically we come to your location or any desired location you prefer and discuss from any of the causes in Las Vegas: Youth, Homeless or Elderly and then the teambuilding event begins.
In every workplace employees from diverse managerial and professional backgrounds talk about building the team, working as a team but few understand how to create the experience of team work or how to develop an effective team.
Belonging to a team, in the broadest sense, is a result of feeling part of something larger than yourself.
The ‘Be True” Study Guide has four distinct sections which are named Seed, Tree, Branch, and Leaf.
Be True Study Guide
“Be True” empowers student members to support and influence their school and community, sustain meaningful relationships with others, develop a positive self-image, and to respect their own cultural identities as well as those of others. The critical experience in this part of the program is sustaining positive student-teacher relationships through building a platform of trust.
"The more we make others happy the greater will be our own happiness and the deeper our sense of having served humanity."
"Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder."
"When you do things from the soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy."
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“In order to advance the common good, individuals must possess both the capacity to assess the strengths and weaknesses of existing social structures and the freedom to choose between participating in those structures, working to reform them, or endeavoring to build new ones.”