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Join us in building brighter futures.

Ending homelessness is possible.

With your support, PATH ends homelessness for 10 people every day by providing shelter, support, and hope.

PATH provided essential services, case management, temporary shelter, and, eventually, a permanent place to call home.

Make a gift for any amount today! Every dollar makes a difference! Your gift empowers PATH to continue our mission of ending homelessness for individuals, families, and communities.

Discover the Different Ways to Support PATH

Thank you for considering a gift to PATH. Your support helps us provide critical resources and services to those experiencing homelessness in our community. All gifts can be designated towards a specific PATH region. Use the form above to give with a credit or debit card; otherwise, please consider these additional ways to give.

Check
To give by mail, send a check made payable to PATH to this address. If you’d like to designate your gift to a specific region, please add the region to the check memo line.

PATH Philanthropy Mailbox
P.O. Box 31001-1743
Pasadena, CA 91110-1743

To make a donation via cash wire transfer, please contact Kayhan Azadi, director of philanthropy and community affairs, at 323-640-1124 or kayhana@epath.org.

Stock Gifts
Donate appreciated stock to PATH. This can be a tax-efficient way to support our mission and help those in need. Please notify your bank or broker that you are making a gift of securities to PATH. Your bank or broker will need to contact Kayhan Azadi, director of philanthropy and community affairs, at 323-640-1124 or kayhana@epath.org with details of the gift.

Cryptocurrency
You can now support PATH by donating cryptocurrency. We currently accept several cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and USD Coin (USDC). Cryptocurrency donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Please contact Kayhan Azadi, director of philanthropy and community affairs, at 323-640-1124 or kayhana@epath.org if you’d like to make a crypto gift.

Corporate Matching Gifts
Support PATH through your employer's workplace giving program. Many employers offer matching gift programs that can double or even triple your donation. You can contact your employer to learn if they match charitable contributions, or contact Kayhan Azadi, director of philanthropy and community affairs, at 323-640-1124 or kayhana@epath.org for assistance.

Donor-Advised Funds
Use your donor-advised fund to make a charitable contribution to PATH. This flexible giving option allows you to make a donation to PATH through your fund while also receiving tax benefits. If you’d like to give via your DAF, please contact Kayhan Azadi, director of philanthropy and community affairs, at 323-640-1124 or kayhana@epath.org.

Legacy Giving
Include PATH in your estate plan through a bequest or other planned giving option. Legacy giving allows you to leave a lasting impact on the community. Learn about bequests, IRA rollovers, charitable remainder trusts, and more at epath.giftlegacy.com. Use our planned giving calculator to explore options.

To learn more about planned giving options at PATH, or to notify us of your planned gift, please contact Kayhan Azadi, director of philanthropy and community affairs, at 323-640-1124 or kayhana@epath.org.

In-Kind Donations
Donate goods or services to PATH. Donating new items can make make a world of difference for our unhoused neighbors and folks moving into housing. Donation needs vary, so please contact regional staff for more information on what your local PATH site can accept at this time.

Santa Clara County – Jesse Gomez, JesseGomez@epath.org
Santa Barbara – Gabriella Rigonati, GabriellaR@epath.org
Los Angeles – Laura Birmingham, PATHVolunteers@epath.org
Orange County – Angie Lo, AngieL@ePath.org
San Diego – Sigrid Struben, SigridS@ePath.org

Thank you for your support! Your generosity allows us to continue to provide critical resources and services that help our unhoused neighbors make it home.