The mission of Pathways to Hope for Children is to promote a local culture that values all children and families. Pathways has a vision to see a community where all children are valued, nuturued, protected, and therefore reach their full potential.
One way you can make an impact in our community is to volunteer some of your time to interact with the teens at Pathways’ teen centers and doing some fun and meaningful activities. Any individuals 18 and older are able to potentially volunteer.
There is a special opportunity for seniors specifically with our Hope Park Project!
The Hope Park Project was birthed from a desire to bridge the generational gap between teens and seniors within our community and provide a solution to prevent the negative phusocal and mental health effects of loneliness.
Hope Park is looking for Seniors 60 years old or older to volunteer some of their time and do fun and meaningful activities such as hiking, ropes courses, horseback riding, white water rafting, and various other activities.
For more information or to answer any questions you may contact the volunteer coordinator, Rys Luberus, at (530) 232-3610.