During our recent Pathlight Seasons event, we spread some much needed holiday cheer, providing hot meals and gifts to more than 80 residents at Maxwell Terrace Apartments.
The celebration was extra special as some of the gifts helped residents refurnish their homes after losing so much after Hurricane Ian. After the storm, more than 90 apartment units were flooded at Maxwell Terrace Apartments – temporarily displacing residents and leaving them without essentials like mattresses, furniture, towels and clothing.
“We’re so thankful to the community for their support in helping us make this celebration even more meaningful to our residents,” said Babette Allen, president of Pathlight HOME. “It takes time to rebuild, and this is just one way we can share our compassion and care for the people we serve each day.”
The annual Pathlight Season celebration is held for residents who are part of our permanent supportive housing programs. In addition to housing, they have access to case management services, economic and job opportunities, a food pantry, mental health programs and more.
Dozens of community members donated gifts to make the celebration a success. To learn more about how you can support Pathlight HOME, visit https://pathlighthome.org.