Breaking Cycles Building Foundation

JOINT SUPPORT PLAN
Coordinated Efforts for Collective Action

The Haywood Pathways Center is celebrating its third anniversary with news of an expanded focus to serve women with children.

The Haywood County Board of Commissioners gave approval for a two-story modular building to be placed on the Haywood Pathways Center property, which the organization leases from the county.  

When the commissioners signed off on the plan, it cleared the way for a fundraising effort to get the project off the ground.

• Two-story modular structure
• Five private family rooms per floor = 10 total families
• Trauma-Informed Playroom
• Multipurpose Room (homework, classroom, Cold Grace)
• Communal living space with kitchenette on each floor
• Laundry facilities on each floor
• Access to Pathways kitchen for meals
• On-site professional case management services

Modules for Mom & Kids Dorms

Take a peek at the progress

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Become a financial partner in support of Pathways’ mission to break cycles and build foundations to impact
homelessness.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
Business
• Named on HPC Website
• Recognition on Facebook
Church
• Pledged Monthly Donations
Alternative Gifts
• In Memoriam
• In Honor Of
• Birthday, Christmas, etc.
Groups & Clubs
• Fundraising Opportunities
Individuals
• In Memoriam
• In Honor Of
• Alternative Gifts
Groups
• Fundraising

NAMING RIGHTS

• Moms & Kids Dorm – $100,000
• Family Rooms – $15,000
• Playroom – $10,000
• Multipurpose Room – $5,000

SPECIFIC DONATIONS
• Playground/Swingset
• Cabinets (12)
• Appliances (Refrigerators X2,
Stackable Washer/Dryers X4)
• Sofas, Chairs, Dining Room, etc.
• Dressers (20)
• Picnic Tables

Volunteer opportunities available and in-kind donations gratefully accepted.

“The homeless strangers in our midst are in great need of true hospitality. Not just the
physicality of food, drink and shelter, but the unconditional love and
compassionate generosity that serves to feed the heart and souls of us all.”