MORRISTOWN, NJ - Visions and Pathways, a non-profit with offices in Morristown and Bridgewater received a $30,000 from NJ Victory Subaru. The donation is part of Subaru’s annual Share the Love campaign and will go towards supporting vulnerable youth, helping them gain skills needed to become successful adults.
“Victory Subaru’s generosity is remarkable,” said David Walker, Visions and Pathways’ CEO. “The donation will be used to support our Street Smart outreach and Prosperity independent living skills programs”
Through grassroots outreach, Street Smart identifies youth who are experiencing a crisis at home or at school – kids who are at great risk of using drugs and engaging in other harmful activities. Street Smart outreach workers helps youth get the help they need to successfully emerge from the crisis. After the crisis subsides, Visions and Pathways’ Prosperity program helps youth obtain employment, continue their education, pursue vocational training and take the steps necessary to live independently. The programs serve youth throughout Central and Northern New Jersey.
"We at Victory Subaru have proudly donated over $30,000 to Visions and Pathways", said Brandon Baker, Subaru President. "The Visions and Pathways mission is to provide abused, neglected, homeless and missing youth with housing, a stable environment and supportive services that help them become self-sufficient. Thank you all for allowing us to give such support to these remarkable charities”
For more information about Visions and Pathways, visit visionsandpathways.org
For more information about Street Smart visit www.streetsmartoutreach.org