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New Pathways raising funds through Give to the Max Day

New Pathways Inc. is participating in Give to the Max Day through GiveMN.org and is asking for support through Thursday, Nov. 15. New Pathways provides safe shelter and stability to local families with children experiencing homelessness in centra...

New Pathways Inc. is participating in Give to the Max Day through GiveMN.org and is asking for support through Thursday, Nov. 15.

New Pathways provides safe shelter and stability to local families with children experiencing homelessness in central Minnesota. Through a grant from Otto Bremer Trust, donations will be matched $1 for $1 up to $25,000 this year.

To date, New Pathways served 594 families, including 1,087 children and turned away 877 households due to being at capacity. Support will help New Pathways solve the homeless crisis in central Minnesota where services and supports are scarce.

Donate online at https://www.givemn.org/story/Dfsnhf , go to the New Pathways website at www.newpathwaysmn.com , or by mail or in person at 512 S. Eighth St. Suite No. 2, Brainerd, MN 56401.

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