Covid-19 update: Pathways' physical location is closed out of concern for safety of Pathways' students, families, volunteers, and staff. Online classes are available, click here to apply. Volunteers can stay connected through virtual volunteer opportunities. Click here for volunteer information.

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Dreams Come True

You Can Make
Dreams Come True

Ways To Get involved



Donors are the heroes that help make student dreams a reality. By investing in our students, you create the opportunities for students to become stronger readers, grow their confidence in the kitchen, and engage in volunteer work in the community. Your donations also keep tuition costs low for families and provide for scholarships for those with financial need. Pathways is a privately funded organization and depends on the generosity of friends like you who want to help adults with intellectual disabilities live happier, healthier and more meaningful lives. Want to do more? Learn more about how you can join the Dream Maker Society or how you can leave a legacy for years to come. Be a part of something great and give a gift today.

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Whether it’s mentoring, helping in the classroom, sharing talents and expertise with our students, or becoming a board member, volunteers are vital to the success of our program. Students are always excited to make new friends and we guarantee that you will leave filling fulfilled and excited to keep coming back. Learn more about volunteer opportunities or complete the volunteer application today to start making a difference.

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"Students are the highlight of it all. I love every one of them. The students get in my heart."

John, Pathways volunteers

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"While I'm learning more English, students learn something in Spanish. I enjoy doing maths and we pass a good time together. I'm grateful knowing that the students get more independence and joy."

Ainhoa, Pathways Volunteer

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