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There are many ways that you can donate to PathWays PA.
  • You can donate online to PathWays PA through Just Give.
  • You can shop through AmazonSmile or iGive.
  • We are always in need of items for our clients. You can find a list of items on our website.
  • Please note that we are no longer accepting furniture or used clothing donations. Thank you.
PathWays PA has a Welcome Kit program tailored to the moms and children who live in our residential centers.  If you would like to donate a Welcome Kit, please contact  We have a list of items recommended for each Welcome Kit, as well as an Amazon Wishlist to make your shopping easier.  The items on the Wishlist are just recommendations - feel free to purchase different items from anywhere to fill your Kit! All items can be delivered to our NEW office location, 1300 E. Macdade Boulevard, Folsom PA 19033. Please call 610-543-5022 with any questions or to let us know when you will be delivering the items. Our office hours are typically 9-5, Monday-Friday.

During the winter holidays, you can also donate a Holiday Kit! Click here for details.

PS - If you buy from Amazon, please start at and select PathWays PA as your charity. If you make other online purchases, please consider signing up for iGive so a percentage of your purchase goes to us.

Mom's Welcome Kit should include:
  • Set of twin bed linens/sheets 
  • Pillow and pillow case 
  • Warm blanket/comforter (comforter preferred) 
  • Towel and washcloth 
  • Shampoo, conditioner, body wash/soap 
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste 
  • Body lotion 
  • Hair brush or comb 
  • Feminine hygiene products (or $10 pharmacy gift card) 
  • Warm socks 
  • Book, game, or activity (optional)
  • You can find a sample Mom Welcome Kit here

Teen's Welcome Kit should include:

  • Set of twin bed linens/sheets
  • Pillow and pillow case
  • Warm blanket/comforter
  • Towel and washcloth
  • Shampoo, conditioner, body wash/soap, lotion
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Hair brush or comb
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • (or $10 pharmacy gift card)
  • Warm socks
  • Backpack (optional)
  • Book, game, or activity (optional)
  • You can find a sample Teen Welcome Kit here.

Child's Welcome Kit should include:
  • Set of twin bed linens/sheets 
  • Pillow and pillow case 
  • Warm blanket/comforter (comforter preferred)
  • Towel and washcloth 
  • Shampoo and conditioner 
  • Body wash or soap 
  • Hair brush or comb 
  • Kid's toothbrush and toothpaste 
  • Warm socks 
  • Book, toy, game or activity (optional) 
  • School or art supplies (optional) 
  • Hat and/or gloves (optional)
  • You can find a sample Child Welcome Kit here.

Baby's Welcome Kit (age 0-24 months) should include:
  • Set of crib sheets 
  • Warm baby blanket 
  • Baby towel and washcloth 
  • Baby shampoo, wash/soap, and lotion 
  • Disposable diapers and wipes 
  • Diaper rash cream 
  • Baby socks and hat 
  • Baby Tylenol 
  • Book 
  • Toy (rattle, teether, educational toys, etc.) (optional)
  • Pacifiers (optional)
  • You can find a sample Baby Welcome Kit here.
Wrapping and Labeling Instructions:
  • Please put all of the contents of ONE kit into a large, non-rip garbage bag. You may wrap the contents inside the bag if you want! 
  • Write a label on the front of the garbage bag following these guidelines: 
    •  CATEGORY [Age group (if applicable)] [Your last name/company] [Date of delivery]

(TIP: put several pieces of duct tape on the bag and write on the duct tape in permanent marker)


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