The holiday season at Pathways highlighted the generosity of the Birmingham community, as dozens of businesses, churches, and individuals came together to donate their time, money, and resources to make spirits bright for homeless women and children.
The month of November was a busy one as weather turned colder and holiday donations began pouring in. Read how we helped women and children experiencing homelessness this November.
Staff at Pathways have seen the urgent need for homeless childcare firsthand, and we decided to do something about it. In early 2020, we will open a child development center in the upstairs of our building, exclusively for homeless children.
Jasmine is a single mother with five small children. Here is her story of raising a family in a homeless shelter and how she found hope through Pathways' Stepping Stones program.
In the month of October, Pathways provided services to meet the immediate needs of 248 women and children experiencing homelessness. From Clothes Closet updates to Halloween fun, it was an exciting month!
Most people would never imagine that the employee who hands them their food through the drive through window stays in a homeless shelter, but Roteasha is one of several women in Pathways’ shelter programs who go to work every day in restaurants, grocery stores, and businesses around Birmingham.
The monthly summary of Pathways' Day Center activity, events, volunteer impact, success stories, and more!
The numbers are in...August was a busy month in the Pathways Day Center!
Participants in Pathways’ 21st Annual Sporting Clays competition at Selwood Farm started off Labor Day weekend with a bang, raising over $16,000 to help women and children experiencing homelessness.
"I try to be a positive person, to let people know that you can come off of drugs and alcohol. You don't have to live the life you're in."
The story of Lynda, a Pathways Day Center guest, and her journey from homelessness and addiction to housing and hope. After eight years of homelessness across 3 different states, Lynda prepares for her own apartment and shares her dreams for the future.