Tonight the PTV team will be at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, along with thousands of other volunteers to help One Voice make holiday food baskets for the hungry. This is an incredible fun activity not only for groups but for families too.
Pratima, our Nepal Global Ambassador for Pathways To Volunteering distributed blankets to families who work and live at the garbage collection center through donations made through our “Operation Winter Warmth Clothing Drive”. The blankets are made from worn or damaged clothing no longer in “good condition” to wear. They will help keep many people warm on cold winter nights.
Celebrate the Holidays by volunteering with Pathways To Volunteering. There’s nothing like doing good for others and the community. Your entry point to a variety of opportunities is at www.pathwaysmeetup.com.
Pathways To Volunteering will be sorting and packaging food for the One Voice Holiday Program. On DECEMBER 14 th will bring together children as well as adults for this family friendly event. It’s an amazing event with thousands of volunteers coming together to package food baskets for low-income families to have a wonderful Christmas.
One of the shoeboxes filled at our packing party is on its way to a young girl in the Philippines for Christmas. This shoebox was especially made for YOU. May it brighten your day the way it brighten the person who filled it.
PTV is joining thousands of other organizations in participating in #GivingTuesday, “a global day of giving to encourage philanthropy and celebrate generosity.
Please remember #GivingTuesday, November 28 and spread the word to family and friends to support our programs and other activities!
We should always see each day as a Thanksgiving Day and be thankful for our daily blessings. Everyday is a gift and it should be seen as one. We joined Union Homeless Station for their annual Dinner in the Park in Central Park Pasadena.
This was our way in giving back to the community on this special day. Of course, we couldn’t of done it without our team of dedicated and committed volunteers. Thank you for all you do!
On this Thanksgiving and every day, we are so incredibly thankful for our volunteers. Our volunteers are the backbone of our organization and we could not fulfill our mission without the wonderful people who are part of Pathways To Volunteering.
Pathways To Volunteering joined Children Uniting Nations for Day of the Child. Volunteers were paired with foster children to serve as Mentors for a Day at the Carnival. It was a great event for being a positive role model to the children and for creating lasting impressions.
Our team will join Operation Christmas Child Greater LA to fill 1300 shoeboxes for children in need round the world. Next week all the shoeboxes will ship out from the distribution center and start their journey to the children! Serving and Giving Back is what we do BEST!
On Sunday, our team of volunteers will serve as Mentors to Orphans and Foster Children for a day at the carnival with Children Uniting Nations. It’s going to be a day full of smiles and laughter, not to mention changing lives!
Save the Date for Giving Tuesday. On November 28, 2017, Pathways To Volunteering will join thousands of organizations around the globe to celebrate Giving Tuesday. Now in its sixth year, Giving Tuesday is a day of philanthropy dedicated to givingback through the support of nonprofit organizations.
Children Uniting Nation’s Annual Day of the Child (DOTC) is designed to bring awareness and support the needs of children who are living in and out of home care. This will be an event that brings the community together to help support Children Uniting Nations and their work in pairing Mentors to at-risk youth and children in the foster care system for a joy filled day of hope.
We collected donations from far and wide for our first shoebox packing party for Operation Christmas Child. Team members brought their families and we made lots of new friends. It was great to see so many kids get involved. We were community coming together with one common goal – brighten a child’s life this Christmas in a developing country.
A big “heartfelt thanks” for all those who supported us and made this event such a success!