Pathways to Housing Transitional Employee discusses his way out of homelessness
Do you remember the last time you changed your mind about something? David Van Der Goes does. Learn how 30 seconds on his daily commute became a window into a whole new world.
Corporate partners like IKEA help to make programs like Philadelphia Furniture Bank a possibility.
When Samantha Eisenman, Local Marketing Specialist at IKEA, heard about the Philadelphia Furniture Bank, she knew she had to get involved. One holiday dinner and several new beds later, the partnership has helped make our community stronger, and we've had lots of fun along the way.
Philadelphia Furniture Bank transitional employment program in action. Training participants on the specifics of everyday work life.
What does it take to make life meaningful? That question led to Pathways' Transitional Employment program, that is helping clients find meaning beyond work.
Ikea corporate giving project.  Creating a waiting area for Philadelphia Furniture Bank Clients.
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.
Philadelphia Furniture Bank Grand Opening with staff, board members and participants.  Now in it's 2nd year of operation, celebrating serving it's 1000th client.
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.


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