Jonathan’s Path volunteers make care packages for teens in custody
The holidays can be a particularly hard time to be away from family, especially for teens in foster care. So, this past Christmas season, Jonathan’s Path volunteers gathered to create
AFTER YEARS OF EXTREME ABUSE, A TEEN FINDS LOVE- AND A MISSION – WITH HIS NEW ADOPTIVE PARENTS.
Six years ago, Taylor Hart DuRard watched his big brother die because of child abuse in the home. DuRard and his adoptive parents now work hard to give foster teens
JP founder speaks with Serving the Community podcast
“Once a child comes into foster care, it’s the community’s responsibility to help.”
“We’re just talking about kids that need a place”: Jonathan’s Path founder speaks with DCS Talks podcast
“Sometimes I say to them, ‘That’s probably not the smartest decision that you’ve ever made, but we love you. It’s okay,'” says Carrie. “It’s not a transactional love. When we tell you we love you, we mean it. We’re not going to give up.”
Vrabel Young Men’s Collaborative
Vrabel Young Men’s Collaborative, VYMC, partnered with Jonathan’s Path to host a Christmas Party for 25 very deserving teen boys in foster care. Jonathan’s Path asked for nominations of teen
WKRN 2 – Walk 100
JP co-founders organize a 100-mile walk to raise awareness about teens in foster care.
INGRUGAL WALK 100 WAS SUCCESS! Over 30 hours of walking and it was worth every step! Our mission is to stop the repetitive trauma caused by multiple placements with immediate