Fairfax, VA (December 5, 2012) Pathway Homes announced today that it has received a grant from the Exxon Mobil Corporation to provide housing and supportive services for individuals embracing recovery from mental illness in Fairfax County.
The funds were raised by ExxonMobil employees as part of the annual ExxonMobil Employees’ Favorite Charities Campaign. The funds raised by the campaign go to support health and human services charities in the Greater Washington community.
“This grant will enable us brighten the homes of many of our residents,” said Dr. Lambert-Woodard, President and CEO of Pathway Homes. “Our goal is to provide hope and encouragement for individuals embracing recovery from mental illness.”
“Despite these challenging economic times, our employees have once again set a new giving record,” said Judy Hubka, Community Relations Advisor for Exxon Mobil Corporation. “Our employees responded to calls for support from local health and human services organizations in the Greater Washington area; supporting organizations where we live and work is a basic principal of community relations at ExxonMobil. It’s important to all our employees that we support the communities that have supported us.”
Employees and Exxon Mobil Corporation contributed more than $2.8 million to support more than 500 hundred different non-profit organizations. The ExxonMobil Employees Favorite Charities Campaign provided employees with the opportunity to choose a charity with 100 percent of their contributions going to the designated charity.
ExxonMobil’s corporate contribution will be distributed to local health and human services non-profit organizations based on employee designations.