“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”- Winston Churchill
Path to Donate Funds
Pathways for Change is doing everything in its power to end sexual violence and care for its Survivors, but we know we cannot succeed alone. We need each and every one of you to join our efforts, and to help us convince others to do so also. We need every woman, man, and child in our Community to stand up and say “I can make a difference, and I will make a difference, starting right now! I will take steps to end this violence within MY Community!” Each of us has the power to be the catalyst for change; to be the voice of those who cannot speak for themselves, and to make a difference in the effort to end the abuse. By donating today you can help make it possible for our Agency to continue providing critically needed services to the victims of sexual violence, their families, friends and community through support, counseling, medical & legal advocacy, education and prevention programs and professional trainings.
We at Pathways for Change are painfully aware of how difficult the economy has been for people over the past few years. Like everybody else, we have had to tighten our belts and cut back expenses just in order to survive. But unfortunately, the rough economic times has meant more, not less, sexual violence. It is only because of the generosity of people like you, who have donated their hard earned and scarce dollars that our work has been able to continue.
Now, more than ever, we need your continued support! That is why we are asking YOU to step up your sponsorship support.
Please consider a recurring monthly donation of $5, $10, $20, or whatever you can afford.
- $25 helps to provide workbooks for survivors participating in our Healing Circles
- $50 pays for an hour of support counseling
- $75 helps to provide comfortable sweat pants, tops and socks for survivors who have to give up their own clothes for forensics collection at the Emergency Room
- $100 pays for a Counselor to support a Survivor and/or her/his loved ones at an Emergency Room
- $250 provides prevention education to a High School classroom