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CURRENT VACANCIES: Visit our VACANCIES page for application packs DOMESTIC ABUSE PRACTITIONER – MATERNITY COVER – CLOSES 24TH JULY 2018 Our domestic violence project requires new staff to cover maternity leave at their refuge in Lichfield. A Domestic Abuse Practitioner … Continue reading
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
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
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 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
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
New publication out from Women’s Aid can be accessed through this link: https://fbnewsroomus.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/womensaidfacebooksafetyguide.pdf Worth a look!
Thank you so much to the wonderful team at http://www.screwfix.com/help/screwfixfoundation/ who are paying for us to have a hydraulic lift fitted making our building wheelchair accessible. Watch this space and we will share details and photos as the work progresses. … Continue reading
Thank you to the Palace Singers for their donation – very much appreciated! Here is a picture of their Chairperson June Nicholls presenting the donation to one of our brilliant volunteers Eileen.