This year PATH and the HCEA listened to 1,400 parents, students, educators and community members to create a progressive, community-based agenda. PATH United: Strong Schools, Affordable Homes is our shot to put our young people and working families first. Learn More>>
PATH United: Affordable Homes
PATH has a history of fighting for and winning affordable housing protections. Now we are leading the fight for a robust plan to create real affordable homes in Downtown Columbia. Learn More >>
In 2009, PATH heard from young adults that they could not find summer jobs to help pay for school, support their families, and prepare them for future work. We created a powerful solution: the READY Program LEARN MORE >>
PATH helped win a Women’s Swimming time for women who wanted and needed to swim separately from men because of personal or religious reasons. LEARN MORE >>
Aging in Community
PATH worked to win over $13M for seniors on Medicaid to receive care at home instead of in institutionalized nursing home settings. LEARN MORE >>
PATH won funding for Head Start students to have more hours of the program and attend the program in their neighborhood, avoiding spending more than 2 hours a day on the bus. LEARN MORE >>
PATH helped over 400 uninsured individuals receive affordable health care. LEARN MORE >>
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People Acting Together in Howard (PATH) is a broad-based community power organization, rooted in Howard County’s neighborhoods and congregations. We are non-partisan, multi-faith, multiracial, and dedicated to making our county and state a better place to live and thrive. You’ll find us working for change: door-to-door and in living rooms, in churches and classrooms, in front of the County Council and at the State House in Annapolis.
Council agrees to PATH ask – Orders independent analysis of TIF proposal
As the Howard County Council reviews a historic public financing deal tied to the redevelopment of downtown Columbia, Council Chairman Calvin Ball called for an independent analysis of a $90 million public financing tool that warrants what he calls a “thorough, independent and critical review.”…
People Acting Together in Howard, a large community organization in the county, called for the independent analysis at a hearing on Thursday.
Great write up of PATH Solidarity Campaign in the Jewish Times
In direct response to last December’s attacks in San Bernardino, Calif., which left 14 dead and 21 injured, Howard County faith leaders and People Acting Together in Howard, a broad-based community action group, held several interfaith dialogues as a way to fight against anti-Muslim sentiment.
“After the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, PATH began having conversations with members of the [local Muslim community] who were feeling uncomfortable and like they were being watched and targeted,” said Jake Cohen, lead organizer at PATH…