Pathway Home receives installment on $25k from landfill

Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows Landfill recently presented Lisa Hochadel and Rick Coe, of Pathway Home with the yearly installment payment of the $25,000 commitment of funds to Pathway Home. This commitment has served to provide support for the operational needs of Pathway Home. The mission of Pathway Home is to offer those who are terminally ill and their loved ones a transition that focuses on comfort, dignity, spirituality and quality of life. Pathway Home will provide a warm, accepting and supportive environment for its residents at no cost. “This ongoing support from our long-term partner is critical as we take the steps necessary to open our doors at 1529 State Route 414, in the town of Tyre,” offered Executive Director Lisa Hochadel.Pathway Home will be the only facility of its kind in Seneca County. Others may help Pathway Home open its doors by participating at the following upcoming fundraising events: – Pathway into Fall Gala, Friday, October 28, 2016 at 6 pm

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