Grand Junction’s HomewardBound Launches Monthly Donation Program
Grand Junction's HomewardBound of the Grand Valley is starting a monthly donation program for local residents.
The new program is called Pathbuilder and will make it easy for residents to donate to HomewardBound on a monthly basis.
Jesse Redmond, HomewardBound's Development Director, says a $25 monthly donation could provide some 1500 dinners during the year. This new program will also make it easy and convenient for those that want to contribute to the soon-to-be-constructed Pathways Family Shelter, which will be used to support homeless families and single women.
To become a Pathbuilder and monthly contributor you just need to go to the HomewardBound website and get your automatic monthly payments set up. It's that easy.
HomewardBound provides temporary housing for up to 120 people every night as well as running transitional programs to help bridge the gap between homelessness and a life of independence in the Grand Valley
Grand Junction is extremely fortunate to have an organization like HomewardBound making a difference in the lives of homeless families, veterans, men, and women. Rather than making a donation on a random street corner, you can make a much larger impact on the homeless problem by supporting HomewardBound with a monthly contribution of any amount.