PATH: People Acting Together in Howard
Since 2006, PATH has led the fight toward broad-based equity, diversity, and inclusion in Howard County, Maryland
Who We Are
PATH is a multi-racial, multi-faith, non-partisan residents’ organization, rooted in local congregations and organizations. Our dues-paying member institutions include over 20,000 Howard County residents, and represent the diversity, hope, and dreams of our community.
What We Do
The work of PATH begins with listening to members of our communities, in one-on-one and small group settings. Through these relationships, we challenge each other to imagine the change we want to see in our own communities.
We set daring goals and create bold strategies on the most important issues facing communities in Howard County and the nation. We train public leaders to take specific and targeted action on a range of issues.
We connect groups of organized people and organized money to expand our power and impact. Together, we bring the world as it is a little bit closer to the world as it should be, in concrete ways.
→ High quality, affordable healthcare for some of the county’s most vulnerable residents (Healthy Howard)
→ Workforce development and environmental jobs for youth and young adults (READY).
→ Equity in public schools through resources, programs, and staff
→ More affordable housing in downtown Columbia
→ Better transportation systems for wellness, working people, and young adults
- Action: Support the East Columbia 50+ CenterPeople Acting Together in Howard (PATH) and the Community of Owen Brown urge you to show up and show out for the funding of the East Columbia 50+ Center! ForContinue reading “Action: Support the East Columbia 50+ Center”
- Community Groups and Clergy Urge County Council to “Seal the Deal” for Visionary Downtown Columbia PlanVirtual Press Conference6:30PM | Monday, October 19, 2020 Register to Attend Download PDF Press Release COLUMBIA, MARYLAND—People Acting Together in Howard (PATH) is holding a virtual press conference on Monday,Continue reading “Community Groups and Clergy Urge County Council to “Seal the Deal” for Visionary Downtown Columbia Plan”
- Have a minute? Send a letter.Do you believe that equitable access to housing creates stronger communities? Then send a letter to County Executive Calvin Ball and members of County Council, asking them to take fiscal responsibility andContinue reading “Have a minute? Send a letter.”
Get in Touch
People Acting Together Howard (PATH)
5885 Robert Oliver Place
Columbia, MD 21045