A message from David Gillanders, Executive Director
The COVID-19 pandemic has threatened the health and the livelihoods of households all across our community.
We are working hard to meet the increasing needs of vulnerable residents in North Orange County.
And today I am asking for your help.
In order to provide the highest quality of service to as many struggling people as possible, we are asking for donations from supporters like you during this critical time.
You can use the link above to donate online or mail a check made out to “Pathways of Hope” with “Hope Fund” in the check memo to: PO Box 6326, Fullerton, CA 92834.
Your donation to the Hope Fund will support two programs critical for our struggling neighbors:
#1: Our Food Program
This program serves over 100 struggling households each day with emergency food and supplies to keep them healthy and safe.
Our staff are pre-packaging bags daily, which we distribute to our neighbors in need in a manner that limits contact and adheres to strict social distancing practices.
Your donation will help us purchase food and supplies to distribute directly to community members who come to us seeking help and hope.
#2: Our Homelessness Prevention Program
Due to the impacts of COVID-19, an unprecedented number of people are at risk of becoming homeless in our community.
Pathways operates a robust Homelessness Prevention Program that offers services like emergency rental assistance to households who are at risk of becoming homeless.
Your donation will help us stop homelessness before it starts. You can help us provide emergency aid directly to the most vulnerable households in North Orange County.
Your donation to the Hope Fund will make a meaningful difference in the lives of people who are struggling due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whether you can give $5, $500, or $5,000, every gift touches the lives of our community’s most vulnerable residents.
We are so grateful for the support of our community during this crisis.
Thank you for anything you can contribute to help us support the most vulnerable members of our community throughout this pandemic.
With deepest gratitude,
(714) 680-3691 ext. 201