The Pathway Home Foundation, Inc.
A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization

Food Bank Program

The Pathway Home Foundation offers 501c3 food pantries and churches dependable food to give to the community in need. For our Partner Agencies (click here)    


To become a Partner Agency ( email: pathwayhomefoundation@gmail.com)

Food Pantry Program

“Food Pantry” program. "Reach Them, Feed Them, Teach Them!"

The Pathway Home Foundation's food pantry program is dedicated to reaching the disenfranchised of our society, to provide life skills to the needy, and to alleviate hunger.

Currently we provide emergency food and assistance to the homeless and over 500 households every month, including over 1,000 children, many senior citizens, the disabled, veterans, and the underemployed.

We can help your organization provide food pantry services to your community too! Nonprofits, churches, and charities may contact us to inquire about partnership programs to help feed those in need.  Pathway Home Foundation seeks to expand its reach throughout the Atlanta area by partnering with organizations with the same goals of helping people and families living at or below the poverty line.


Click here for: More Photos of the Food Pantry Program
Click here to:  Find out about our Summer and Weekend Child Feeding Program
Click here to:  View Photos From Our, "Feed 1 Thousand in 1 Day" event.
Click here to:  Learn about the Pathway Home Foundation's Diaper Pantry

Girls Coming Up Program

"Girls Coming Up” program. Dedicated to improving the lives of our youth, teens, and their families.

The Pathway Home Foundation’s, “Girls Coming Up” mission is to empower young girls, by helping them to develop life skills through training, and assistance to help them stay in school. The “Girls Coming Up” program offers mentorship, scholastic tutoring, transportation to school, medical assistance, computer training, and job search assistance to young girls, teens, and to their families.

MeMyCo Program


MeMyCo is a personal development program for children ages 10 - 16. Children are taught to view themselves as a company, in order to create a brand and values that they want their brand to represent. MeMyCo will teach children character concepts (responsibility, self control, excellence, integrity, etc.) as well as small business concepts (branding, goal setting, budgeting, social media marketing, reporting, etc.).

View Photos from MeMyCo Program

Career and Job Readiness Programs

Career and Job Readiness Programs.

"Women Ready for Work (WRW)" Program.

"Men Ready for Work  (MRW )" Program.

The Pathway Home Foundation’s Career and Job Readiness program provides resources to individuals seeking employment or enhancement of their job skills.  Services provided to anyone seriously seeking work or searching for a better career are:  Resume Assistance & Job Readiness Skills, Job Search Assistance, Job Placement and Referral Service, Personal Development and Skills Training, Computer Access and Internet Service, Computer Lab for Job Searches and Skills Training (coming soon), Career Counseling, Adult Education and Training Classes, Support and Resources Services and Community Services Referrals.

Agricultural Business Initiative

The Pathway Home Foundation provides transportation, seeds, and education to low income people and families to enable access to farm fresh foods.  Transportation enables farm to table fresh foods to people who otherwise would have no access.  Education is provided on the benefits of starting a farm or garden.  Fresh foods are transported directly from farms and cooperatives, food pantries and other destinations so people can gain access to free fresh grown foods.  The Pathway Home Foundation stands in the gap to provide farming and gardening opportunities to communities, families, and offers resources to all for better nutrition.