Dec, 2019 – New Pathways for Youth Receives more than $1,000,000

From Five Local Philanthropic Partners in Support of Five-Year Plan to Double Footprint New Pathways for Youth (NPFY), a 30-year old non-profit dedicated to interrupting chronic poverty in the lives of our community’s most at-risk-youth, has announced the next milestone in its 30-year history. Five local philanthropic partners have invested in the organization’s Capital Program Expansion, a strategic plan that …

Valley Partnership project benefits New Pathways for Youth

Nov, 2019 – Valley Partnership project benefits New Pathways for Youth

Valley Partnership, an advocacy group for responsible development, held its annual community project on Nov. 2, drawing more than 275 volunteers to paint a giant mural, plant plants, build patio furniture and beautify the new headquarters for New Pathways for Youth near downtown Phoenix. New Pathways bought the 11,000-square-foot space — double the size of its old location — at …

Arizona nonprofits win big at Gila River Cares Night of Giving

Arizona nonprofits win big at Gila River Cares Night of Giving Gila River Hotels & Casinos | October 26, 2018 Gila River Hotels & Casinos donated a year’s worth of its forfeited jackpots to five local nonprofit organizations at its inaugural Gila River Cares Night of Giving celebration held at Wild Horse Pass on Thursday, Oct. 25. This year’s recipients …

The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation Awards $150,000 Grant to New Pathways for Youth

The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation has awarded a $150,000 grant to New Pathways for Youth (NPFY), a community center serving at-risk youth in the greater Phoenix area. The grant will aid NPFY in scaling its services to better meet the needs of its mentors, staff and youth through improved mentor recruitment programs, staff training and curriculum development. “Everyone should …

Meet Christy McClendon on New Pathways for Youth in Garfield

Today we’d like to introduce you to Christy McClendon. Christy, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? Having grown up in a rural, farming community, I learned early on about hard work and service to my community. If a neighbor’s crop didn’t yield, I learned the value of holding them to next …