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Press contact: Jill Cahill – jcahill@pw4c.org or 978.281.2400 x5354

Thank you – Annual Toy and Book Drive

Pathways for Children has once again completed our annual “Holiday Store” toy giveaway.   Our toy drive concluded with our annual Holiday Store on December 16th.  Every year, Pathways partners with over 35 local businesses and individuals to collect and distribute books, clothing and toys to families enrolled in Pathways’ programs.  Our toy drive is unique … Continue reading Thank you – Annual Toy and Book Drive

The Nurturing Program(R) – Starts February 1st

The NURTURING PROGRAM® NURTURING is the ability to care for and foster growth in yourself and others  What is the Nurturing Program®? The Nurturing Program is a series of 15 weekly classes for families to take together.  It is a strength-based program to help families incorporate new, positive, and nurturing patterns into their homes. Parents … Continue reading The Nurturing Program(R) – Starts February 1st

Pencils of Promise Author Adam Braun to Speak at Pathways Event

We have some sad news and some good news about tomorrow night’s annual “Pathways Presents” speaker series. Sadly, Sonia Manzano of Sesame Street had to cancel her appearance because of a critical illness of a close family member. We extend our sympathies to her and her family during this difficult period. Fortunately, we will be … Continue reading Pencils of Promise Author Adam Braun to Speak at Pathways Event

Early education: Expense or investment?

Pathways for Children is happy to share the below editorial published in the Gloucester Daily Times on 2/10/16.   The editorial highlights the funding challenges facing Early Education in Massachusetts. The editorial was written Carl Gustin, a member of the Pathways for Children Board of Directors.   Please click here to read the full story

Federal spending bill provides modest lift to pre-K kids and Pathways

Pathways is happy to share the below editorial published in the Gloucester Daily Times and Salem News on 12/29/15.   The editorial highlights the growing financial support by Congress for high quality early education. The editorial was written by Carl Gustin and Tom Zarrella, both members of the Pathways Board of Directors. Please click here to read … Continue reading Federal spending bill provides modest lift to pre-K kids and Pathways

Summer preschool offers sense of normalcy for homeless kids

Salem News DAVID LE/Staff photo

Salem News By Arianna MacNeill, Staff Writer BEVERLY — It’s a typical Monday morning for young Osmond Tilton Lopez at the Pathways for Children headquarters on Cabot Street. Osmond, 4, plays with his friends and shows off his Spider-Man T-shirt, while his older sister, Norma, 5, does the same in a neighboring classroom. It’s an … Continue reading Summer preschool offers sense of normalcy for homeless kids