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Click on the video below to learn about LaTayna from Philadelphia as she shares her experience of being a Pathway of Hope client.
Diane, from Lancaster County, was struggling to make ends meet as a full-time student with a 7-year-old son. She kept falling further behind until eventually, she reached rock bottom; Diane and her son became homeless. They stayed with friends as much as possible, but before long they had to go to a shelter where they stayed for five months. Although she continued to attend school and work hard, Diane knew she needed to find long-term stability. Fortunately, Pathway of Hope helped her achieve that goal. “Pathway of Hope provided financial classes that helped me with my budget and savings,” Diane says. “My son also went to class, and he learned how to budget and save his allowance money. I’ve also learned how to cook healthy meals for my family and how to shop for produce.” Now living in a small apartment with her son, Diane continues to participate in Pathway of Hope. ‘’I’m hoping the program can help me sustain myself,” she says. “I want to be a positive member of society. "The Salvation Army has done so much for me and my son,” she adds, “and they do so much for the community.”
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