Here’s to another great A Vintage Affair fundraiser! The 19th Annual A Vintage Affair, presented by Wilbur’s Total Beverage, raised $118,000 for Pathways’ currently under-construction Inpatient Care Center. The event on Sept. 12 drew 300 guests, volunteers and vendors who shared 135 wines and beers and 54 auction items. This year’s paddle raiser auction included […]
We’ve crossed another key milestone on the Pathways journey to build a new Inpatient Care Center. About 120 people gathered on May 25 to take the next step to making the center a reality, breaking ground on construction. Attendees included volunteers, supporters, members of the Fort Collins and Loveland city councils, and Fort Collins Mayor […]
Denver, Colo. — Colorado drivers may soon have another license plate option. A bill before state legislators creates a new hospice and palliative care license plate that would raise awareness of this important health care for people facing serious illness. House Bill 21-1128, sponsored by Representative Dafna Michaelson Jenet, D-Commerce City, and Senator Chris Hansen, […]
Pathways is pleased to welcome two new members to its board of directors. R.J. Martinez and Gene Haffner, both long-time northern Colorado residents, each will serve a three-year term. Gene has lived in Northern Colorado since 1976 and recently wrapped up his public and community relations career at North Colorado Medical Center. He currently works […]
Dick Rush forged bonds with more than 30 patients during his 13 years as a Pathways volunteer.
Judy Calhoun, who previously was CEO of the Larimer Humane Society, is our new Director of Development. Judy will lead our campaign to build an inpatient care center.
We are excited to announce that the Pathways Greeley office is open!
If you have experienced a loss this year, or if you are experiencing grief around the holidays, we are here to help.
Two of our grief counselors, Janet Severance and Sarah Felter, recorded this video to guide us through a conversation about grieving during the holidays.
One of our important traditions at Pathways is to officially recognize our patients who have served in the military.
Our volunteers are continuing to honor these veterans, even though the COVID-19 pandemic has required them to be creative in their approach.