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Support the Businesses Who Support PathWays PA!

If you shop this weekend, please keep in mind the businesses that provided sponsorship and auction items at our events this year!

Spring Event

Jane Barr Pino & Associates
All Seasons Home Improvement
Conrad O'Brien
Jackson Cross
Crozer Keystone Health System
TD Bank
Coldwell Banker
Pinocchio's Pizza
Keenan Auto Body
Crown Holdings
Monarch Staffing
Fischer Cunnane
Agritment Farms
Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union
White Harris
Elwyn Pharmacy
ZRG Partners
Finit Solutions
Women In Transition
Trader Joe's


Allen & Shirley Speiser Foundation
All Seasons Home Improvement
Blank Rome
Korn Ferry
Natalie Brooks & Larry Katz
Amy & Nick Gavrishev
Bradford White
Conrad O'Brien
Jackson Cross/Cate Sennet
Jane and Bill Farran
Language Services
McCarter & English
Sam Becker
Saul Ewing
Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP
Dr. Deebeanne Tavani and Suzanne Tavani
The Sachs, Decaro Group at Morgan Stanley
Paul Mudrick/Karen Mudrick
Donna Brennan and Pam Godwin
Patricia B. Miller and William L. Schultz
Atif Bostic
William Goldman Foundation
Siemens Caring Hands Foundation
Chesterbrook Academy
Crozer Keystone Health System
Diversified Search
Lois Mathis
Sidney Sacks Insurance Company
Colleen Christian
Valley Green Bank
Charter Financial Group
Monarch Staffing


1812 Productions
211 York
333 Belrose Bar & Grill
Academy of Vocal Arts
Ambler Theater
American Helicopter Museum
Amy Mathis
Angela Estate Wine
Arden Theatre Co.
Aux Petits Delices
Bernie Parent
Blooming Nails
Bob Grieb
Bradford Portraits
Brandywine River Museum of Art
Bristol Riverside Theatre
Buckingham Valley Vineyards
Bucks County Playhouse
Cabot Creamery
Caesars Entertainment
Camden RiverSharks
Cate and Tom Sennett
Chaddsford Winery
Chanticleer Foundation
Christopher Chocolate
Colonial Theater
County Theater
Court Diner
Curtis Institute
Dad’s Hat Whiskey
D'Angelo's Ristorante
Dave and Buster's Philadelphia
David Martino
Delaware Children's Theatre
Delaware Theatre Company
Desmond Hotel
Dinner A Fare
East End Salon
Erik and Margaret Hagar
Fante’s Kitchen
Gini G Salon
Happy Seedling
Jane Farran
Janet Walkow
Jayne Garrison
Jeanne Marie Welsko
JNA Institute of Culinary Arts
Keenan Auto Body
Kimmel Center
Kramer Portraits
Lakewood BlueClaws
Lantern Theater
Lincoln Financial
Longwood Gardens
Lucky Strike
Margaret Kuo's
Margolin Jewelers
Mealey's Furniture
Media Theatre
Morey's Piers
Morris Arboretum
Natalie Brooks
National Museum of American Jewish History
Nolan Painting
Office of Kate Harper
Office of Senator Casey
Opera Philadelphia
Pat’s Steaks
Patrick Michael
Penn Museum of Anthropology and Archeology
Penns Woods Winery
People’s Light and Theater
Philadelphia Magazine
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Union
Pinot's Palette
Please Touch Museum
Po Le's
Race Street Café
Rachael Ray
Reading Fightin' Phils
Regal Theaters
Ride the Ducks Philadelphia
Sandra Severson Painting
Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP
Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia
Starr Restaurants
Suzanne Tavani
Tea for Two
The Colonial Theatre
The Grand Opera House in Delaware
Theresa’s Café
Trader Joe's
Tre scalini
Twenty9 Restaurant and Bar
Tyler Arboretum
Verdad Restaruant & Tequila Bar
Vetri Family
Victory Beers
Wayne Bar
Wayne Bed & Breakfast
Wilma Theater
Wolf Performing Arts Center
Woodmere Art Museum
YangMing Restaurant
Yards Brewing Co.
Yellow Spring Farms


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