The Pennsylvania Voter Registration Deadline is coming soon!

Are you planning to be a voter this May?

If you live in Pennsylvania, you need to register to vote by April 22, 2019. If you are not registered by April 22, 2019, you won't be able to vote in this election.
To vote in Pennsylvania, you must be: Age 18 or older on Election Day (May 21, 2019)A US citizenA resident of Pennsylvania for at least 30 days before the election If you are on active duty in the military, or you are a hospitalized or bedridden veteran, you can register at any time. See for more information.

How do I register?
You can register to vote online or by sending this form to the county voter registration office. You can also register in person at your voter registration office. PennDOT and some other government agencies can also take your registration.

I voted before. Do I still need to register?

If you already registered to vote in Pennsylvania, you shouldn't need to do it again unless you need to change your name, address, or political party. You can …

April 1 is Census Day of Action - Call Today!

(from our friends at the Keystone Counts Coalition)

Pennsylvania is at risk of an undercount in the 2020 Census, and this could mean a significant loss of federal funds for healthcare, nutrition assistance, transportation, housing, education, programs for children and parents, and much more! We can't afford to put these programs needlessly at risk. That's why Pennsylvania needs to take immediate action to prevent an undercount.

If you're concerned about about health care, nutrition assistance, transportation, housing, education, child welfare programs and more. tell lawmakers to support a public fund in the state budget to ensure a fair and accurate #2020Census.  Take action today!

Stopping violence and hatred after New Zealand

Last week, two mosques in New Zealand became the sites of terror attacks. At least 50 people were killed and another 50 wounded in Christchurch, New Zealand. The main suspect in the shooting may have posted a manifesto containing "anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim" sentiments minutes before the attack.

PathWays PA sends our thoughts and support to families in New Zealand and to all those affected by gun violence and xenophobia. Please read on to learn more about what you can do to support families and stop violence and hatred.

How You Can Help Victims
The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh set up a fund for Christchurch victims. Last year, Muslim communities in Pittsburgh and across the world raised money for victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting.CNN recommends supporting the New Zealand Council of Victim Support Groups, which has launched a crowdfunding campaignAs always, please research any organization carefully before donating to them
How You Can Take Action on Gu…

Support Immigrant and Detained Families

Family Separation: We've been talking about it on this blog and throughout the country for months. Back in June 2018, the Administration said they would stop separating families who come to the US border. But in March, the New York Times reported that more than 200 children were removed from their families since the court ordered the practice to end. Parents and children are held in different facilities and even different states. Meanwhile, thousands of children separated from their parents before the court order took place still have not been reunited.

Take Action:
HIAS has an ongoing list of actions you can take, including contacting your legislators and confronting misinformation about refugeesWelcoming America, United We Dream, and MomsRising also have tools that can help.Public Charge: On October 10, the Department of Homeland Security issued a new change to the public charge rule, which looks at how using public benefits affects a person's application to become a legal p…

Give Kids a Smile During Spring Break

During Spring Break April 15th - 22nd 2019

Call for appointments starting April 1st 215-563-5848 x21

Give Kids a Smile!

Participating dental offices providing free care in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Delaware, Bucks and Chester counties. Give Kids a Smile is for children who don’t have insurance or have not seen a dentist in the last 6 months. For
re information visit

Sign up for our webinar on equal pay

April 2, 2019 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Cohosted by PathWays PA, Friends of the Delaware County Women's Commission, Delaware County BPW, and District 10 BPW Women's Commission

Join us on Equal Pay Day to learn more about Equal Pay affects you and what you can do about it! Whether you're an employer or employee, there are ways that you can make the workplace more equitable for everyone.

Sign up here or join the meeting at

PathWays PA 2nd Annual Art Show and Silent Auction

Creative Arts engage children's minds, bodies, and senses!

Please consider joining us as we share artful creations from our Therapeutic Art Enrichment program. The children experience less anxiety, build positive relationships and create mindful art while residing at the Center for Families. We hope that you enjoy their work as much as they do. Some of our young artists will be onsite to talk with you and answer some of your questions about their work. Hoping to see you real soon!

Time: 1p-3p
Date: March 30, 2019
Location: Saint Paul Episcopal Church 1105 East Lincoln Highway Exton, PA 19341

Entrance Fee: Donation of Art supplies