Get your group excited to participate in the state-wide March Campaign by showing this video at your next meeting, Mass, or service!
Have you or a loved one ever been affected by hunger, poverty, domestic violence or aging issues? Do you volunteer or donate to support the Family Pathways programs...whether that be the food shelves, domestic violence programs or thrift stores? If so, share your story with us! It might inspire
Whether you’re planning a casual brunch for a family cookie exchange, a fun cocktail and appetizer buffet or a more formal sit-down affair, you can make each occasion beautiful and special without breaking the bank. Barb Videen, a retired elementary school teacher, is well-known in Pine City for
We all want our homes to look like a million bucks… just without the price tag. Thanks to an innovative Family Pathways customer and creative staff, we have some gorgeous DIY projects that won’t break the bank but will look like the beauties found at high-end shops. Princeton Thrift Store shopper
How to create a festive autumn centerpiece Family Pathways Thrift Stores staff and volunteers are some pretty talented folks! Many enjoy working with Family Pathways Thrift Stores because they are thrifters themselves who love to spot a diamond in the rough. We have some amazing crafters and
Upcycled Halloween & Thrifty Cosplay When it comes to creating outstanding cosplay and costumes, Ham Lake Thrift Store Manager Kristen Nixon shows off her next-level talents. Thrifting has long been a passion for Kristen. Not only can Kristen spot a deal, but she can also visualize how