Author Archives: Katie

Volunteer Week

Volunteer Week 1st – 7th June 2018   Pathway would like to say a very big thank you to all our brilliant volunteers, who continue to support our service.  You are the best!   If anyone is interested in becoming … Continue reading

Charity Window Clean

Thank you so much to the people who do things for us that make our service work better.  In-kind gifts are a different way of supporting our service.   We certainly set a challenge to Steven from SPF Window Cleaning Services … Continue reading

CHARITY OF THE YEAR

Many organisations, companies and groups have taken up the brilliant idea of choosing a Charity of the Year.   It is a bit like adopting a great cause and being a part of making things happen for that year.     … Continue reading

PATHWAY PATRONS

PATHWAY PATRONS   On 13 October 2017 Pathway’s Income Generation Group led the way to a new and exciting way of bringing in funds to Pathway.   We know that people care about what we do, so many people’s lives are … Continue reading

ACTION KIDS- GIVING A VOICE TO CHILDREN THROUGH FUN ACTIVITIES

Working with children and young people is a real passion and focus at Pathway. We know that they really are our future (sorry for the pun!) However, sometimes life circumstances in a family can badly affect them, and their ability … Continue reading

PATHWAY PROJECT RECEIVES QUEEN’S AWARD FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE

Volunteers and staff are celebrating today after being selected as one of only 112 groups across Britain to receive the Award, the highest that can be given to voluntary groups.  The Award is the MBE equivalent for an organisation.  It … Continue reading

No More Bruises

Sharon Rose a survivor of cancer 5 years on has been a keen supporter of the Pathway Project. Her daughter Fiona has written a beautiful song called No More Bruises, which is about women regaining self worth after being subjected … Continue reading

Kathy Coe makes Independent on Sunday Top 100 Happy List

The Independent on Sunday publishes its fifth annual Happy List, naming 100 outstanding people whose volunteering, caring, fund-raising, mentoring, charity founding, or selflessness makes Britain a more contented, better-adjusted, supportive, and happier place. They include the woman who lost her … Continue reading

Charity Tombola

Pathway Project will be running a charity tombola in Ankerside Shopping Centre (Tamworth) on Saturday 21st April. So come and say hello and have a go, we have some great prizes on offer.