On behalf of those we serve, Pathways for Children would like to sincerely thank all of the businesses, community agencies, and individuals who contributed to the Toy Drive that enables our Annual Holiday Stores for the families and children enrolled in Pathways programs. The Pathways social services teams (along with countless volunteers and donors) … Continue reading Pathways for Children’s annual toy drive was a huge success!
Pathways’ new release – please click on the link below! You’ll see some of the wonderful things that go on in our centers each and every day. You’ll hear testimonials from the people who know us best: parents, students, volunteers, alumni, staff and others who have benefited from the programs and services we offer. Special … Continue reading Pathways for Children’s new video!
Become a Parent Mentor – Training begins on October 17th! Interested in learning more? See the flyer below for details:
The Nurturing Program® is currently enrolling for our upcoming session which begins on Tuesday September 25th in our Beverly center at 292 Cabot St. This program is free and classes take place every Tuesday from 4:30-7pm. If you or anyone you know may be interested, please contact Hailey MacDonald at 978-515-5381 or email at email@example.com. Please see … Continue reading Nurturing Program begins September 25th. Enroll now!
Pathways for Children is pleased to announce the release of the 2018 North Shore/Cape Ann Community Resource Manual. This manual is a collaborative effort between Pathways for Children, the Children’s Law Center of MA, and the Youth at Risk program. This manual is intended to be used as a guide to the many organizations that serve … Continue reading 2018 Community Resource Manual now available
Our 2017 Annual Report is now available! To open, right click on report, and select open link in new window. 2017 Pathways Annual Report
Pathways for Children is excited to announce our annual Holiday Toy and Book Drive, and we are collecting through December 14th. In 2016, our program partners with over 35 local businesses and distributes over 2,200 toys to families enrolled in Pathways’ programs, and there is always a need for more! Our Toy and Book Drive … Continue reading Annual Pathways for Children Toy Drive is underway!
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
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
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