2022 Pedaling for
Ride, sponsor, donate or volunteer: 2022 Pedaling for PathStone is a fun way for people of all ages to get involved in empowering members of our community!
Join us Saturday, August 20th, 2022 at Seneca Park’s Longhouse Shelter
Check in starts at 7:45am – we hope to see you there!
Support Our Mission
Choose one of our funds below to learn more and make a donation today.
This PathStone program, under the leadership of Shane Wiegand, Kesha James and their leadership team, is committed to empowering students, educators and communities with instructional resources about the local history of racism and civil rights using rich primary sources and restorative practices. Donations directly support this critically important educational curriculum as it is introduced and sustained to local schools.
Membership is open to those donors who contribute $5,000 or more to the PathStone Foundation. Society members embrace the admonition by Theodore Parker, 19th century abolitionist and Unitarian minister who said, “The Arc of the Moral Universe Is Long but It Bends toward Justice.”
This annual interactive dialogue introduces renowned thought leaders with unique expertise, experience and passion to challenge us to address the deeply rooted racism that has existed and continues to perpetuate racial, economic and social disparities throughout our community. Generous sponsors make it possible for us to provide this event free of charge to all participants.
The primary mission of the PathStone Foundation is to raise funds to support the activities and mission of PathStone Corporation, a visionary, diverse organization empowering individuals, families, and communities to attain economic and social resources for building better lives.
To accomplish this responsibility, the PathStone Foundation:
- establishes mutually meaningful relationships and solicits donations from individuals, business leaders, other foundations, and community partners;
- preserves and promotes significant accomplishments achieved by PathStone throughout the last 50 years;
- advances initiatives designed to confront and redress the systemic and pervasive causes of poverty;
- encourages donors to actively participate in the success of the foundation.
The foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable purposes organization, is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the Board of Directors of PathStone Corporation.