During these uncertain times, how can we help?
See below to access our COVID-19 Resource Hub, and to explore our growing directory of both COVID-19-specific and virtual volunteering opportunities.
Food Pantry Volunteers are responsible for assisting customers with pantry item selections, carry out, and keeping the pantry shelves stocked and organized. Volunteers should be prepared to interact with a wide variety of customers and donors with compassion and patience.
PATH has 2 shifts of Food Pantry Volunteers on a daily basis 8 am-1 pm and 1 pm-6 pm Monday-Thursday. Each shift requires 2 Stockers, 2 Shoppers, and 1 Carry-Out. There is also a need for stronger volunteers in the mornings to help staff pick up food from the East Texas Food Bank as well as some other business' in Tyler.
High School and College community service hours can also be served in our Food Pantry.
402 W. Front St., Tyler, TX 75702, US
PATH seeks to restore HOPE with a PERSONALIZED approach to EMPOWER our East Texas neighbors to THRIVE in our community.
PATH's programs address the multiple factors affecting low income families that keep them in poverty, place them at risk of becoming homeless or in need of crisis intervention services, and limit the potential of children and adults to live stable, secure and prosperous lives.Since 1984, PATH has served Smith County and the outlying counties with a small, diverse staff and a large base of supporters. Approximately 800 volunteers serve across PATH’s programs, addressing both emergency assistance and programs that empower and encourage self-sufficiency. The PATH staff and volunteers touch thousands of lives each month with a unique approach to serving. Every individual/family coming to PATH meets with a Caseworker every time they step through the doors of PATH. The Caseworker spends time with each client in order to:
We'll work with your schedule.
402 W Front St.Tyler, TX 75702
February 12, 2020