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  1. Pathways to Wholeness By: Chanessa Stanley

  2. Introduction • Founded by Benita Allen in 2008 • Non-profit Organization • Grant Funded • Vision • Restoring hope to inner city communities • Goal • Empowering women by increasing their self-sufficiency • Services Offered • Emerge program • Life Skills program • Community Outreach program

  3. Mission • We work to help women discover themselves as powerful leaders and role models within their families and communities

  4. Agency Demographics • Women residing in inner city communities • Wilmington, DE • Philadelphia, PA • Transitioning back into the community • Diverse nationalities

  5. Policies and Procedures • In the process of development • Funding • Volunteer Staff Members

  6. Agency Structure

  7. Agency Governance • Founder/Executive Director • Benita Allen (Delaware) • Board of Directors • Board Director: Marion Barfurth, Ph.D(Ottawa, Canada) • Board Advisor: Marty Sellars (Philadelphia, PA) • Board President: Benita Allen • Vice President: Reverend ShielaPeirce (Philadelphia, PA) • Treasurer: Mike Kohlstedt (Chicago,Illnois) • Secretary: SheridaAllen (Washington, D.C.)

  8. Agency Funding • Funders: • Christ Church • Lawton Trust • Christmas Tree Shop • Sponsors: • Titanium Digital Marketing • Blue Blaze Associates, LLC • Family Planning Council • Boies, Schiller & Flexner, LLP

  9. Relationship to other Agencies • Partnerships with non-profit agencies that serves economically disadvantaged women • Delivers the Emerge program to non-profit organizations • Current Partnerships: • A Stepping Stone for a Better Life • Friendship House • Serviam Girls Academy

  10. Agency Strengths • Women Empowerment Vision • Collaboration of Professionals to carry-out vision(diverse expertise) • Services meet individual needs

  11. Agency Trends • Encouraging agency activities with little time spent • As the time increases the agency will be exceptional

  12. Challenges • Major Challenges: Funding and Partnerships • Time Restraints • No physical location • Limited duties for volunteer team members

  13. Intern’s Role • Multitask • Assist with growth of agency • Flexibility • Grant Research • Grant Application Completion • Administrative Role • Database Updates • Workshop/staff meeting participant • Self-starter

  14. Reference Page • Pathways to Wholeness (2009-2013). Retrieved June 10, 2013, from http://pathwaystowholeness.org/

  15. The End