Pathways to Children's Projects

 Pathways To Children’s projects focus on education and health care of poverty stricken children and their mothers. We work with reliable, responsible, and time tested in country partners who ensure our projects are highly functioning and sustainable. Our partners supply us with extensive quarterly financial and progress reports. This plus visiting our projects twice yearly and bringing volunteers, some who are experts in the fields of education and health care, helps us to make sure projects are running effectively and smoothly. 

 

Our Projects

Partnership with University of Minnesota School of Public Health

In January 2015, Pathways took 18 illustrious alumni from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health to volunteer at the Jan Seva’s school and clinics in Kolkata. A result of this successful trip, Pathways is now collaborating with the School of Public Health in developing an overseas field experience for current graduate students. In January… MORE »

School in Belessa, Ethiopia

Pathways to Children and the JDC partnered together to raise funds for a new school and a well to better serve the village of Belessa, Ethiopia. As of May 2017, the long drought and famine has finally cleared and construction is beginning with completion of the school scheduled for September 2017. Executive Director Grace Strangis will be… MORE »

Bogota, Colombia

Pathways is partnering with the Rochester Sisters of St. Francis and their school in Bogota, Colombia, Colegio Anexo San Francisco de Así­s (CASFA) AND Cristo Rey High school to provide life-changing volunteer opportunites to students.  Pathways to Children, in partnership with the Rochester Sisters of St. Francis provides financial support and volunteers to the Colegio Anexo San Francisco… MORE »

Kerala, India

Home of Grace, Kerala, India Pathways to Children, with funds predominantly secured by founder Grace Strangis, was able to build a beautiful orphanage/school in the village of Thodupizha in the state of Kerala.  It is called the Home of Grace. This was the result of a Pathways volunteer group to Kerala who witnessed the horrible… MORE »