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The PATH Interscholastic Leadership Team (PILT)

Community, Collaboration, Compassion

A group of K-12 students in San Diego County working to help end homelessness

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THE TEAM

L-R: Camila Figueroa Sanchez (Deputy / Mission Bay High School), Kelly Easley (Helix Charter High School), Lilia Brock (Mission Bay High School), Lana Brock (Albert Einstein Academies Charter Middle School), Brayden Pape (Founder & CEO / Helix Charter High School), Ms. Sigrid Struben (Associate Director of Community Affairs - PATH San Diego), Ms. Hayley Bratt (Community Affairs Coordinator - PATH San Diego), Josephine Baur (Team Lead at Albert Einstein Academies Charter Elementary School), Minori Groene (CEO-elect / Fundraising & Outreach / Albert Einstein Academies Charter Middle School)

Not pictured: Kiara Guizar (Twitter / Team Lead at Scripps Ranch High School)

OUR MISSION

TO WORK WITH PATH TO BRING HOPE TO OUR NEIGHBORS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS

WE ALSO SUPPORT

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OUR PARTNER SCHOOLS

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WE BELIEVE that...
A Permanent Home is a Fundamental Human Right

A Place to Call "Home" is Needed if We're to Reach Our Full Potential as Human Beings
Education Eliminates Prejudice Against Homelessness & Its Causes
It's Important to Treat All People With Respect Regardless of Their Housing Situation
Our Actions Should Aim to Preserve the Dignity of Those We Serve
We Can Eliminate Homelessness by Working Together
A Person Should Not Be Described By Their Condition or Situation
Being Part of the Solution to Homelessness is Better than Passing Judgment on Vulnerable People
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Recent News

Our Founder & CEO, Brayden, wrote an Op-Ed that was published in the San Diego Union-Tribune

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PILT IN THE NEWS

Brayden and Lauren (former PILT member) were featured in the La Mesa Courier in February 2021 (republished in SDNews.com)

3K

Dollars
Raised

3K

Clothing Items incl. Shoes & Socks

10K

Hygiene items & household cleaning products

Testimonials

“The PATH Interscholastic Leadership Team is bringing transformational change to San Diego County.  This group gives me hope, because I see young people engaging in the crisis of our time: homelessness.  It will take all of us working together to bring solutions to our community; solutions like outreach, shelter, supportive services, and more importantly, housing. PILT has done so much for PATH's program participants, our residents, and our staff. We are deeply appreciative of all the fundraising, event planning, and awareness raising campaigns the member of PILT have brought forward. There are solutions to homelessness and we need people from all generations to support organizations like PATH. I am inspired by the members of PILT and will always be appreciative of the joy and compassion they bring to our work.”

Tyler Renner, PATH's Director of Media

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