PATH Interscholastic Leadership Team (PILT)

Community, Collaboration, Compassion

HELPING PATH BRING HOPE TO OUR NEIGHBORS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS

WELCOME

ALBERT EINSTEIN ACADEMIES & EJE MIDDLE ACADEMY!

Our newest partners-in-action

Joined 10/6/21 & 10/9/21

MEET PILT!

(L-R)

Kiara Guizar (Team Lead at Scripps Ranch HS)

Camila Figueroa Sanchez (PILT Director of Social Media / Team Lead at Mission Bay HS)

Ms. Sigrid Struben (PILT Advisor / Associate Director of Community Affairs at PATH SD)

Lauren Rainey (Co-Team Lead at Helix Charter HS)

Brayden Pape (PILT Founder/ PATH Volunteer / Co-Team Lead at Helix Charter HS)

ATTENTION PLEASE!

OUR HOLIDAY FUNDRAISER IS NOW LIVE!

https://www.gofundme.com/f/PILT4PATH-HOLIDAY

$12 CAN MAKE SOMEONE'S (HOLI)DAY!

Thank you!

URGENTLY NEEDED FOR VETERANS (men & women)

New or gently used sweat pants, t-shirts, long sleeved casual shirts, and coats

These men and women who have bravely served our country move into PATH's housing with only the clothes on their backs.

PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN SDPATHVolunteer3@ePath.org

GOT CANDY TO SPARE?

CONSIDER DONATING TO PATH SAN DIEGO'S (6) PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING HALLOWEEN PARTY!

Thank you!

WE BELIEVE that ...

A Permanent Home Is A Basic Human Right

A Place To Call "Home" Is Needed If We Are To Reach Our Full Potential As Human Beings

Education Eliminates Prejudice Against Homelessness & Its Causes

It Is Important to Treat All People With Respect Regardless Of Their Housing Situation

Our Actions Should Aim To Preserve The Dignity Of Those Experiencing Homelessness

We Can Eliminate Homelessness By Working Together


WE DO NOT


Describe A Person By Their Condition

(We say "a person experiencing homelessness" or "a person who is housing-insecure" instead of "a homeless person")

Make Assumptions About Or Judge Those We Seek To Help

(The causes of homelessness are many. We strive to focus on solutions.)

Include Any Used Items In Our "Welcome Home" Baskets

(We give new things to people who are starting a new life. While it may be a choice for us to buy or receive used items, it has not been the case for those whom we seek to help.)


Newsletter - October 4

There were about 161,548 people experiencing homelessness on any given night in California in 2020. www.usich.gov/homelessness-statistics/ca