Orlando Magic Volunteers Serve Pathlight HOME During Week of Service

In recognition of Martin Luther King Jr Day and during its annual Week of Service, staff members from the Orlando Magic recently partnered with Pathlight HOME to serve meals for residents at our Maxwell Gardens Apartments.


“Addressing the many factors of homelessness in our community requires continued collaboration and wrap-around support,” said Babette Allen, CEO of Pathlight HOME. “We’re incredibly grateful to the Orlando Magic for their dedication and commitment to take action.”


Pathlight HOME focuses on changing the lives of those experiencing homelessness and hardship by providing access to housing, support services and career training. The organization's core programs and services include permanent supportive housing, career training and a drop-in center for those experiencing homelessness and mental illness.


“The Orlando Magic are thrilled to once again join Pathlight HOME to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through service to our community,” said Magic Executive Vice President of Marketing and Social Responsibility Shelly Wilkes. “Working with Pathlight HOME to help provide a meal was the perfect way to model Dr. King and all that he stood for. The Magic take great pride in helping to serve our community in whatever way possible, and we thank Pathlight for welcoming us into their HOME.”