Pathways is working to ensure that the nearly 1,200 underserved children in Immokalee have access to the critical early education services that they need to spark a lifetime of learning.
The benefits of early education on an impoverished community like Immokalee are well-documented: improved health of the children and families, decreased juvenile crime, improved graduation rates, as well as more earnings into adulthood.
Investing in the future of these future leaders will improve their living conditions for generations to come. We invite you to learn more about volunteering one-on-one as a mentor or sponsoring a student’s tuition for a year.
– Beth Hatch, Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee