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Pathways Early Education Center Immokalee to support families

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Pathways Immokalee

Pathways’ students and families in Immokalee will face significant challenges in the upcoming weeks. Our team is dedicated to providing the additional support our children need to grow and thrive.

Pathways is working with partners such as Meals of Hope, the Harry Chapin Food Bank, and the Benison Center, a World Vision Partner to coordinate mobile food pantries and provide hygiene items to support the overall health of the children.

Residents wanting to help can donate cleaning supplies, anti-bacterial soap, diapers, baby wipes, and personal hygiene products for distribution in Immokalee. Donations can be dropped off at Pathways administrative offices.

– Beth Hatch, Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee

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