Upcoming Events

  1. Volunteer Orientation

    January 7, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  2. Volunteer Orientation

    January 26, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

What’s New

In-Kind Donations and Wish List

Thank you in advance for your generosity to New American Pathways and the families we serve.

SECRET SANTA PROGRAM: Shop by 12/13 to give gifts to a refugee student. Or, contribute anytime for another family in need. Here are links to all current wishlists:

Afterschool children

Newly arrived refugee families

English at Home program supplies

Parents as Teachers (families with pre-school age children)

Women’s Empowerment (domestic violence program)

There are multiple ways to keep up with our highest needs. See our Highest Need wish list below for our most needed items of the season. You can also check out our Pinterest donations page for our most commonly needed items and our Amazon wish list for shoppable items to be sent directly to our offices.

bannerAnd you can even support us with your shopping! Simply follow this link to Amazon Smile:

http://smile.amazon.com/ch/30-0130066 and a percentage of all your purchases will go back to New American Pathways! 

IN-KIND DONATIONS: We also accept donations to help furnish apartments and provide basic needs and clothing for newly arriving families and others in need. When planning a donation drop off, please call ahead so that we have staff available to assist you.

IN-KIND DONATION FORM: Before you bring your donations, please fill out this in kind donation form. You may add in the value of each item to help complete your taxes. Please bring two copies of the form, so that we can sign one for you and keep one copy for our records.

CLOTHING AND BASIC HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: These small items are accepted in small quantities in our Suite 100 office at the reception desk from 1 – 4 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Please fill out the donation form above to save time when you come by. You may also donate gently used adult clothing to Finders Keepers Consignment and ask them to put it on our account so that the organization benefits from sales. You may do the same with children’s clothing through Jack and Jill. We do not accept used toys.

FURNITURE: Pick-up of furniture donations is limited to 15 miles from our office and must be scheduled in advance. We are happy to provide a letter of acknowledgement of all donations for tax purposes. Simply download and fill out the form above and submit at time of drop-off. Note: Due to liability issues, we cannot retrieve items from inside your home or apartment. Please place them outside on a porch or in a garage (not near any vehicles). Clearly label the items you want us to take, in case you are not present when we arrive.
Items we do NOT take: mattresses, frames for bed sizes other than twin or full, items with significant rips or stains, incomplete items (such as drawers missing from a dresser), sofa beds or futons, wardrobes or very heavy dressers, pictures and/or their frames, mirrors, decorative items such as vases.

Our Current Needs

Our highest priority needs right now are:

Clothing/Basic Needs

  • Coats, scarves and gloves in all sizes, especially men’s coats (smaller sizes preferred)
  • Reusable grocery bags
  • Shoes in all sizes
  • Children’s school uniforms
  • Children’s backpacks and school supplies
  • New packaged socks and underwear
  • Deodorant and hygiene items
  • Supplies for our English at Home program — see our Amazon wish list here.

If you are able to donate any of these items, please contact Marie-Chantal Hakizimana at m.hakizimana@newamericanpathways.org. 

Furniture

  • Dining tables (preferably with the chairs)
  • Coffee/end tables
  • Couches (NOT sofa beds/futons)
  • Dressers
  • Living room chairs
  • Cribs (with ALL the parts and pieces)

If you are able to donate any of these items, please contact Padam Giri at p.giri@newamericanpathways.org. Please share photos of your furniture items so that staff can determine what we can use and evaluate the space needed in storage or a family’s home.

DONATE YOUR VEHICLE: Interested in donating your car, truck, motorcycle – even your motor home – to New American Pathways? We work with CARS to do the heavy lifting. Here are the details.

An affiliate of Church World Service and Episcopal Migration Ministries
Church World Services Episcopal Migration Ministries
2300 Henderson Mill Rd., NE
Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30345
404.299.6099
United Way Community Partner
In partnership with MARTA
AmeriCorps