The Salvation Army now operates
more than 700
Pathway of Hope centers nationwide.
Formed in 2011 as a revolutionary approach to combatting the intergenerational poverty epidemic, The Salvation Army’s Pathway of Hope program reached new milestones this year by expanding its reach throughout the country. With more than 700 active locations, each now providing more than 260 services such as case management, adult education, housing assistance, child-care centers, and job training, the program is equipping families to work toward sustainable change nationwide. Because children who live in long-term poverty are 32 times more likely to remain in poverty than their peers, the success and growth of Pathway of Hope is a major victory in breaking the cycle of intergenerational poverty.