With your help we can continue to provide leading-edge education year after year.
Each and every day Pathway’s teachers, therapists, instructional coordinators, behavioral support staff, and administrators help students achieve their full potential. With that said, we would not be able to accomplish this without the support of generous friends and supporters like you!
You make it possible to provide so much more than the free and appropriate education each student is entitled to. With your support, we are able to provide leading-edge special education through authentic learning experiences that embody the principles of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) for all students. Your gift also helps provide educational resources and life skills support so that our students can be successful today, and in the future as adults after Pathway. You make the difference – help us to help students achieve their full potential through innovative programs and services!
You can donate online, by sending a check, transferring stocks or securities, or contact us to discuss other ways to support Pathway.
To designate The Pathway School for your United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey workplace campaign use Donor Choice #935.
Mail checks to:
The Pathway School Development Office
162 Egypt Road, Jeffersonville, PA 19403
DEVELOPMENT OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION
Director of Development and Communications, Jory Barrad
Phone: ext. 258
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