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Why do Principals, Firemen and Johnny Rebs’ True South
Have a Heart for Pathways?

Since 1985, Pathways Volunteer Hospice has been a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to providing service to the frail, elderly, terminally ill and providing compassionate support to grieving families. Their staff walks alongside you, guiding you, providing resources and helping you make the very best choices for you and/or your loved one.

Retired Principal, Kirk Real, had to “go it alone” when taking care of his 89-year-old mom. After finding out about how Pathways helps you navigate the waters of aging parents, he was compelled to join Pathways Board of Directors. He is determined to make sure that others caring for elderly family members know they have someone to walk alongside them, to provide them with directions and a place to receive support.

Firemen know who the best responders are in times of need, so when LA County Fire Captain Joe Woyjeck learned about Pathways, he immediately became a Pathways champion! As a person on the front-line, he often connects people in our community with Pathways and the services we provide FREE of charge. “Everyone should support Pathways”, says Captain Joe. “They have been providing the best care possible for over 30 years!”

Pathways serves the frail/elderly, hospice patients, as well as children and families in grief.

Your donation makes a difference in the lives of others. If you prefer to make on online donation or to find out more about our services, please click here or call 562-531-3031.

Campaigns We’ve Completed This Year
NAACP, a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminating race based discrimination.
Xela Aid, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering Mayan families in Guatemala break the cycle of poverty and prosper, and bringing a new Montessori school to the children.
Pathways, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing caregiving for the frail-elderly, hospice care for patients dealing with life-limiting illnesses, and grief support and counseling.
Send a Kid to Camp, allowing children without means to experience the fun of camping.
Agape Children’s Museum, a learning facility that believes in the beauty and necessity of creativity within young ones.
Companies have donated money, personal checks have been written, and many heroes have emerged. Your generosity has overwhelmed us and inspired us to continue. Thank you for sharing your abundance…it will surely grow!