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We're thrilled that our CEO, Chris Simiriglia, is a finalist for the Social Innovations Journal Housing & Community Development award this year.

If you'd like to vote for Chris so that she will be properly recognized for her many accomplishments, please click here to vote (open 11/5 to 11/11).

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We’re delighted to announce the launch of our updated mission, logo, and tagline.

After ten years we’re saying goodbye to our familiar key logo and updating our look to better reflect who we are and where we’re going in our next ten years. 

Why are we updating our look? September 1 marked the start of our tenth year of operations and we have grown quite a lot since then.

Volunteers are vital to the Philadelphia Furniture Bank moving its mission forward. Webuyanycar.com came in for an employee day of service to build IKEA dressers.

When we asked Shannon Long why she volunteers so much of her time to local nonprofits in her community, she told us "I give back to my community because when I, unfortunately, stumbled upon some hard times many years ago, my community helped me get back on my feet. I always like to give it forward because you never know when you might need a little help in life." Volunteers like Shannon are the key to enabling The Philadelphia Furniture Bank to serve hundreds of individuals and families each year. 

Pathways to Housing PA celebrates is celebrating its 10 year anniversary in Philadelphia. Donate today so that we can continue our work to end homelessness.

This September 1st, Pathways to Housing PA reached a big milestone. We celebrated our 10th anniversary in the City of Brotherly and Sisterly Love. We have come a long way from the days of working in a single room with a few employees to now, ten years out, having a staff of over 80, supporting over 400 of Philadelphia’s most vulnerable citizens using the Housing First model. We have also helped thousands move out of homelessness by providing furniture through our program, the Philadelphia Furniture Bank.

Joe Quinn, part of the Community Integration Department at Pathways,  is pictured here with one of his participants.
Joe Quinn has a unique job. He is a guide, but his turf extends beyond city streets and notable landmarks into human motivation. Joe’s job is to help people navigate the bumpy road out of addiction. And like any good guide, his insights come from hard-earned personal experience.

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