Since 2010...

we have been mentoring elementary-school children to foster their dreams. Now serving from 16 locations in 10 counties across middle and north Georgia.

Bishop Wright Invites You to Day at the Braves!!!

Ugly Pants & Low Country Boil

We're partnering with St. B's to raise money for Path To Shine and other outreach ministriesMORE >

Meet our Director,
Deacon Lesley-Ann Drake

who began working full-time with Path To Shine in January 2011. Ordained a permanent deacon in the Episcopal Church in 2011, Lesley-Ann is currently assigned to St. Patrick's in Dunwoody. MORE >

Day at the Braves

Sunday Aug 18th at 1:20 against the L.A. Dodgers. Have fun and support Path To Shine® at the same time. Tickets are $23 pp (same as retail) and we've got a t-shirt for you as well. REGISTER HERE FOR YOUR TICKETS & T-SHIRT

On game day, August 18, 2019 stop by St. Benedict's Episcopal Church at 10:30AM for worship with hundreds of other Episcopalians. Pick up your t-shirt, and then head on over to the Suntrust Park  only 4 miles away. Day at the Braves is a perfect way to have fund with friends while watching baseball and supporting Path To Shine®.

Can't make it on August 18th, but still want to help out. Buy a ticket for a friend!

Sponsors: Want the name of your business on our t-shirts? Contact us, and we'll tell you how you can do just that! Thank you Carolina Lumber & Supply Company and Houser Walker Architecture for being our lead sponsors.

Thank you John and team at Speedy Bee Tees for excellent logo design.









Our Mentors

Consistent mentorship benefits our children in many ways. Most obvious are the children's smiles and their responses to our surveys. When asked what do you most like about Path To Shine®, it is not uncommon to get responses like, "Everything!"

We work with small groups of 10-20 children, and our Mentors are assigned to no more than two children. Attendance is required from our children and Mentors alike. As a result of an 89% Mentor attendance rate, we establish trusting relationships with our children. Our children feel safe, their academic performance progresses, and  their self confidence improves because of our Mentors' commitment.

All Mentors must go through training held each January and mid-August/September. Training sessions are offered in several convenient locations in the areas we serve. If you are interested in joining us as a Mentor and fostering the dreams of underserved elementary school children please click here. We also invite you to connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.