The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta has been a champion of Path To Shine® since 2012. From publicity through Connecting and Pathways to financial contributions from the Bishop's fund, to visits by the Bishop to some of our programs, we are deeply thankful for the vocal and visible support.
Drew Eckl & Farnham’s delivery of quality legal services to its clients is inextricably linked to the fact that the firm’s attorneys and staff understand and are committed to the constant improvement of their immediate community and society at large.
Founded in 1986 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, PCG helps primarily public sector health, education, and human services organizations make measurable improvements to their performance and processes.
Nuestros Niños surprised Path To Shine® with a major gift in 2014 and have been major benefactors each year since then. Owners Mary and Robin Cahill-Roberts told our Executive Director, "We see us working with a very similar population—Hispanic children living in poverty. We hope this gift allows Path To Shine® to continue doing good work, while exploring curriculum that specifically addresses self-esteem in young girls."
Cobb Community Foundation manages charitable funds for local individuals, families, for-profit and non-profit organizations who are all connected by their passion for making a difference in our community.
When local businessman and owner of K2 Firm visited us with his teenage daughters, Kirti and Kiran, to inquire about opportunities for them to volunteer, we had little idea what a wonderful partnership this would become. Kiran writes, "It is extremely rewarding for me to see the kids reach new milestones in their life based on the things that they learn in this program. Through Path To Shine®, I help them gain access to the resources and opportunities necessary to reach their full potential. To know that I am capable of changing someone’s life for the better makes me look forward to coming to Path To Shine® each week."
Thanks to Ray Business Advisors for sponsoring our Roswell location! Supporting children from a local elementary school, and working with a neighboring church, this location began as an idea of the owner, John Ray. His personal relationships through another great program, Backpacks of Love, opened doors for us, and enabled us to begin conversations with the partnering organizations.
The Betty and Davis Fitzgerald Foundation honored us with a significant gift in 2013. Our very first gift from a Foundation, we were thrilled to not only be recognized for our work, but also that the Foundation's trust in our work was so tangibly demonstrated.
Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia partners with Episcopal communities in the Diocese of Atlanta to follow the tradition of The Episcopal Church and to love like Jesus.