Here is What You Can Do To Help
Support PATH in our local fundraisers. Join the Dollar a Month Club (Donations are tax deductible).
You are invited to attend our board meetings to find out more information or offer your help.
Donate food or a hot meal, sample size shampoo, deodorant, soap, disposable razors, toothbrushes, tooth paste, combs, men’s crew socks, pillow cases, bath towels, and blankets that dry fast in the dryer.
You can volunteer your time and skills to teach a life-skills class for one of our transitional housing programs, such as budgeting, nutrition, hobbies, etc.
We can also use your financial support to help keep the shelter in operation each month.
If you would like to learn about volunteering for our Emergency Winter Shelter please contact Elizabeth Keith at (530) 736-3959. Volunteering may require you to donate three to four hours each week or act as a substitute staff occasionally.
If interested in volunteering for one of our fundraising events or helping PATH please contact Allene Dering at (530) 200-4847
The song, "Old Gene," is a true story written by Pam Klein. It is about a homeless man she used to feed in the park in Red Bluff, CA. The homeless shelter was closed one summer and Gene had no place to go so he died in the park.