One of Pathways of Hope’s amazing supporters, Tracy Hanson, partnered with several businesses to coordinate a Thanksgiving Food Drive for the hungry and homeless clients we serve! Continue reading
Huge thanks to volunteer artist Suzanna Bond for painting the new HUB of Hope sign at our food distribution and resource center! Continue reading
Join Pathways of Hope in our fight against hunger and homelessness by cleaning out your closets and donating your gently used items to Pathways of Hope! Continue reading
Donna Woodbridge and Lin Garcia are Taking a Stand against hunger and homelessness by hosting a picnic-themed Lemonade Party — and you’re invited! Continue reading
California Senator Bob Huff selected Pathways of Hope as the 29th Senate District’s Nonprofit of the Year for 2016! The Senator visited Pathways of Hope’s Fullerton campus on July 12th to present the award to our Board of Directors and staff. Continue reading
Pictured Above: Rianna with a Pathways of Hope staff member after signing the lease for her new apartment. Continue reading
Did you know that you can rebuild lives by donating your vehicle to Pathways of Hope? Continue reading
We’re counting down the days until June 30th, when Pathways of Hope will host our second annual Look Who’s Dancing fundraising event!
On Thursday, June 30th, at the Fullerton College Campus Theatre, seven prominent people of Orange County will compete in a dance competition to raise funds to end hunger and homelessness. The seven dancers hail from a diverse array of backgrounds, including faith communities, the arts, the health care industry, businesses, and educational institutions. None are professional dancers, and yet all have donated their time, talents, and tenacity to learning and performing a dance routine because they believe in the mission of Pathways of Hope.
Take a look at our Look Who’s Dancing Dancers:
Rev. Duncan McColl is the Senior Pastor at First Presbyterian Church of Fullerton.
Kareena Kirlew is an employee of Geico and serves on Pathways of Hope’s HOPE Committee.
Tricia Lively served as Treasurer on the Board of Directors at Pathways of Hope and continues to support the Fullerton community through a variety of channels.
Stephen John is a Founding Ensemble Member of Orange County based Alchemy Theater Company and the Director and Co-Creator of Alchemy Du Fromage.
Sue Goellrich is the principal at Walnut Elementary School in La Habra.
Troy Hanson is an account manager for ProSource Wholesale Floorcoverings.
Rachel Torres is the Admissions Director at Park Vista Health Center, located in Fullerton.
There are several sponsorship opportunities available for individuals and businesses who would like to support Pathways of Hope’s quest to end hunger and homelessness. Many of the sponsorships come with complimentary tickets to the event and VIP seating. Questions about sponsorships? Contact Alycia Capone by calling (714) 680-3691 ext. 202 or emailing email@example.com.