Food Pantry Distribution for Maxwell Terrace Formerly Homeless Residents

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Pathlight HOME (Grand Ave ECDC)

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 10 people are interested

Pathlight HOME, founded in 1992, is Florida’s first and largest provider of the proven Housing First permanent supportive housing model. They currently provide more than 600 formerly-homeless Central Florida neighbors with permanent, affordable housing through two apartment complexes - Maxwell Terrace Apartments (3200 W Colonial Drive) and Maxwell Garden Apartments (4049 S. Orange Blossom Trail). Both locations include efficiency units and supportive services programs for adults who are chronically homeless, as well as units for those imminently homelessness. There are 3 case managed programs at Pathlight HOME: Safe Haven, Homes For New Beginnings, and Restore.

Pathlight HOME is thankful to receive food pantry items from Second Harvest the 2nd Monday of every month at Maxwell Terrace. Volunteers can assist our staff in the distribution of these items to our residents on this day from 8:30am-10:30am.

Upcoming Dates: December 9th, January 13th, February 10th & March 9th.

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About Pathlight HOME (Grand Ave ECDC)


3200 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32808, US

Mission Statement

To change the lives of homeless and low-income individuals by providing affordable housing and economic opportunities.


Pathlight HOME changes the lives of homeless and low-income Floridians by providing affordable housing and economic opportunities. We are a non-profit organization providing over 600 formerly homeless individuals with permanent, supportive housing in Central Florida. Originally incorporated as Grand Avenue Economic Development Corp., we have helped more than 5,000 of our homeless neighbors through our "housing first" philosophy.

Pathlight HOME also operates two social enterprises, Pathlight Kitchen and Sobik’s CafĂ©. These enterprises create an opportunity for low-income community members to learn culinary skill sets, enabling them to overcome barriers to employment and earn higher wages.


Mon Dec 09, 2019 - Fri May 15, 2020
08:30 AM - 10:30 AM  


3200 W Colonial DriveOrlando, FL 32808




  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 10
  • One time opportunity or volunteers are welcome to return if they would like.
  • Must be comfortable working directly with residents. All minors must be accompanied by an adult.

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