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Four chairs arranged around a rug in a waiting area.
What do a child with a bed made of couch cushions, a second-hand chair in a warehouse on Jasper street, and the head furniture designer at Anthropology have in common? This June, they will all meet to form one beautiful solution to an aggravating problem.
Several men and women smile and stand behind a red ribbon as it is about to be cut.
Over 2 years ago, Pathways to Housing PA started the Philadelphia Furniture Bank. Working with men, women and children who are coming out of homelessness or have lost their homes to fire, domestic violence or other tragedies, the bank fills an important role in helping people rebuild their lives.

I want to introduce you to a courageous man. His name is Hulon Morris. He spent 20 years living on the streets, but some of his biggest challenges are happening now that he’s housed. Like many of our clients at Pathways to Housing PA, sometimes the hardest part about being homeless is picking your life up again once you get a place. 

Two of Pathways to Housing PA participants seated getting their hair cut and styled by two stylists from Hair Cuttery who have volunteered their time.
This Valentines Day, four hair stylists with a passion for people made our participants feel and look great! Kay, Kaytie, Zoe and Wendy understand that a hair cut is about more than just trimming a few stray locks.
Poster advertising Peace and Noise Concert, showing  images of the three featured bands
What do rock music and ending homelessness have in common? They're both things that our friends Ben and Brianna are passionate about. Learn how they used their passion to move one person out of homelessness and into a home this January.

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