FAIRFAX, VA (August 31, 2016) - Signature Renovations of Fairfax has stepped up to be a major sponsor of the upcoming Help the Homeless Walk to benefit Pathway Homes, donating $10,000 and being honored as a Platinum-level sponsor.
“No one should have to live without a roof over their head, and a safe, secure place to call their own,” said Satinderpal Singh, founder and CEO of Signature Renovations. “From ongoing financial support and participation in this event to in-kind design, development, construction and support of Pathway's properties, Signature Renovations is a proud and committed partner to Pathway Homes and their good works in the Washington metropolitan area.”
Pathways has hosted this fall event for 16 years, raising more than $375,000 in that time to directly fund the critical housing needs of people with mental illness. Nearly 200 people participated in last year’s walk, raising $20,000 to provide critical funding for housing and supportive services.
“We are immensely grateful to the continued support we receive from Signature Renovations," said Sylisa Lambert-Woodard, President and CEO of Pathway Homes. "The company and its founder, Satinderpal Singh, put their money and talents to work helping our community’s neediest residents. We genuinely appreciate their on-going partnership and support.”
Since 1999, Pathway Homes has encouraged people of all ages to come together for one day in the fall, to make a lasting impact in the lives of others. Participating in a walk is a fun and easy way to give back to the community. In just one morning, participants can make a real impact on the lives of men and women who are homeless in the region. Monies raised from the Help the Homeless Walk go directly to securing housing and providing supportive services for homeless adults with severe mental illness and co-occurring conditions.
For more than 30 years, Pathway Homes has been a leading provider of housing and support services for adults with mental illness and co-occurring disorders in the Northern Virginia region, embodying the spirit of recovery.
The walk is being held at Veterans Park on the grounds of Fairfax City Hall on October 22 at 10 a.m. For more information on the walk, visit www.pathwayhomes.org/HTHW2016.
# # #