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It's Giving Tuesday! #GivingTuesday! Join us in the global movement as people all around the world come together to promote giving and generosity.  Re-post, share and like our messages of hope and volunteerism to participate. It's that easy! Giving is not just about monetary donations, sometimes, it just about giving a few moments of your time to something for someone else. Sharing our messages helps your neighbors and community to know exactly what Action Pathways does to combat poverty and how we can help them when times are rough. So Share, Share, SHARE!

 
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Larana Davis, parent and volunteer for Head Start, tells us why she has loved giving her time to the early childhood development program for so many years. Ever since her enrolling her first child in Actioin Pathways Head Start 14 years ago, she has been a dedicated volunteer, making sure she was a part of each of her children's success in the program. Her contribution as both a mother and volunteer is invaulable and she wants other parents to know that any time they are able to give to Head Start, they should.

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Several years ago, Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency program started to help a young, single woman by the name of Kamekia Hart. At the time, Ms. Hart was working part-time at a fast-food restaurant and could not afford health insurance yet made too much money to qualify for Medicaid. She was struggling to stay afloat and living check to check. She wanted the opportunity to do more with her life, but did not know where or how to begin without the resources to support her determination until she found Action Pathways ASPIRE/Self-Sufficiency program and changed her life.

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Vicky Diaz, Action Pathways Head Start Family Services Manager, is also one of the many Americans who have had their home weatherized – and she loves it!Vicky says that along with the tips Action Pathways Weatherization Assistance Program staff shared with her on how to conserve energy and save more money on her utilities, she saw immediate savings on her electric bill after her home was weatherized.

“My whole house was weatherized; they went through everything! With that alone, I saw about maybe a $100 change on my electric bill within the first or second bill!”

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Mona Hyppolite started of as a volunteer for Second Harvest Food Bank to later become a fully employed member of the team. She recounts her journey with us as she went from volunteering with her church, in awe of all that the food bank does for its community to Reclamation Coordinator, living out her dream of giving back to the community that once helped her, full-time.

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