Our Mission:

Encourage. Enlighten. Excite. EDUCATE. Elevate.

We are a NON-PROFIT 501(c)(3) TAX-EXEMPT organization, motivating others, especially the youth, to use their talents, such as STEM and the Arts, for the greater good through our service, seminars, and showcases. We currently have three chapters: CP@GT(collegiate), Middle Georgia, and Greater Atlanta along with a registered NSBE Jr. chapter for the K12 youth.


Our STP Vision

Caterpillar’s Promise plans to continue its effort providing services under the scope of its All Around Action Initiatives mainly expanding on its initial programs with a 5-year vision, SUSTAINING THE PROMISE, which was created by the founder of the organization.



Our Impact

Thus far, Caterpillar's Promise had devoted thousands of hours as a collective to service the community and reaching at least a thousand lives while striving to grow in impact and programming for the years to come.  


OR MORE Lives reached

Based on attendance and participation of events over the years, Caterpillar's Promise has reached many vessels in its life span. 


Years Serving communities

Caterpillar's Promise started in 2011 under the name All Around Actions in Macon, GA and has gradually grown in programs and communities served over the years. 


OR MORE children Impacted

Caterpillar's Promise started its first service projects for and with the youth in 2011 and officially created official youth development programming in 2017. 


Our Programs

Caterpillar's Promise hosts multiple annual programs, such as Supergirls in Our Society(pampering girls in the hospital), Singing for the Seniors(nursing home community service), What's Going On: A Concert for Social Justice,  the CP Youth Talent Showcase, and the inaugural annual event, the Annual Teddy Bear Service(helping the youth craft gifts and teddy bears for the kids in the children's hospital, which was the initiating event for the overall vision of the organization). The founder debuted her original musical plays to use her talents to fundraise for the organization. What’s Going On: A Production for Social Justice debuted at the Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech in January 2017 followed by What’s Going On? 2 December 2017. Using the funds the founder generated from the plays, Caterpillar’s Promise officially started youth development programming on April 8th, 2017 with programs at My Sister’s House via Atlanta Mission starting in the summer and one home grown program at Georgia Tech that focus on STEM and the Arts related to humanitarianism.

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What's The News?


September 2015

“Artists are always typically at the forefront of social change so I feel like it’s important to have stuff like that on our campus so it’s accessible to students,”

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Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact us for our 2018-2019 sponsorship packet!