Celebrating community generosity and innovation Family Pathways has been humbled by the outpouring of generosity from businesses and individuals in our community during the Covid 19 pandemic. We'd like to provide special recognition to those who have become ambassadors for Family Pathways by
On June 15, we invite our communities to join us in raising awareness of elder abuse and in finding ways to help keep older adults safe. Each year, an estimated 5 million older persons are abused, neglected and exploited. Due to Covid-19, the increased isolation of many older adults also
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