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Pathways To Volunteering

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Humanities, Philanthropy, Voluntarism Promotion, Youth Community Service Clubs

Mission: Pathways To Volunteering is an entry point to volunteering. The approach is simple we connect first time volunteers to handpicked opportunities to give back. This experience is rewarding for both the volunteer and the person in need and/or organization we are serving. Of course, everyone is welcome to volunteer. PTV isn’t just for first time volunteers. It’s a place for anyone who wants to get involved and give back to the community. And we do put focus on finding opportunities for family friendly activities. We offer a variety of ways to for you and your family to get involved and lend a helping hand. Here are some of the nonprofits and/or organizations we’ve partnered with. · L.A. Freedom Walk · Hope for L.A. · Downtown Women’s Center · Big Sunday · One Incredible Family, Inc. · Wayfinders Family Services · Special Olympics · Alexandria House The causes PTV supports are women and children. Here are some of the programs we have created or are developing. · The Red Bag Special · Mission H20 · Feminine Hygiene Kit for homeless women · Shoebox Packing Party for girls in need. · Dinner for Mothers Pathways To Volunteering believes everyone matters; everyone deserves to live a life worth living. Together we can change a life and in the process make the world a better place for all humanity.

Results: We have served thousands of veterans meals, provided mentors to hundreds of orphans and foster children, served hundreds of meals to homeless women, through a clothing drive provided blankets for poverty stricken families in Kathmandu as well as feeding over 300 students a midday meal.

Target demographics: Women and Youth

Direct beneficiaries per year: 15 Agencies in the community

Geographic areas served: Southern California

Programs: making hygiene kits, nonperishable lunch bags, mentoring orphans, serving meals to Veterans, activities with blind / partial blind kids, ect.

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