What sets Pathfinders apart is our dedication to transforming the lives of the vulnerable and poor across Tarrant County.
Since 1997, Pathfinders has served Tarrant County with programs that fulfill its mission of empowering individuals and families to find their path from poverty to self-sufficiency. Along with our clients and partners, we envision a thriving community in which people can provide for their families and enjoy the pride that comes with economic security.
What sets Pathfinders apart is our dedication to transforming the lives of the vulnerable and poor across Tarrant County, Texas. As a leader in financial coaching, social service organizations across Tarrant County seek to collaborate with Pathfinders to provide the highest quality financial coaching service to their constituents. Our unique client-driven approach to financial coaching puts the client in the driver’s seat, empowering them on their own path to self-sufficiency. Pathfinders mentoring program has earned the designation of Best Practice from the US Department of Health and Human Services.
How successful has the program been? In the last 12 months, Pathfinders served 1,047 individuals and our clients, on average, increased their savings by $1,684.
We fulfill our idealistic mission with two programs; Mentoring and Financial Capability.
Our Mentoring program matches trained volunteer mentors with individuals and families struggling to overcome the bonds of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, or reentry after incarceration.
With a highly qualified and professional Financial Capability staff, Pathfinders provides financial education and coaching. Our Financial Capability program helps low- and moderate-income people attain economic stability by building skills to improve financial behaviors. We use a client-driven approach that includes goal setting and action planning through coaching on budgeting, banking, credit and borrowing. The Financial Capability program includes financial education, financial coaching, two generation family stability programs, savings match, and social lending.
What Would You Do with $5,000 and a Day of Service?
Pathfinders would use the $5,000 to continue our mission of empowering individuals and families to find their path from poverty to self-sufficiency. A day of service will put Pathfinders’ mission into action.