"NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS"
Path Valley Outreach is a non-profit organization that was established in 2007 by a group of life-long friends. The initial program, started on a Christmas Day, as a way to provide a warm meal for neighbors who were either facing unfortunate circumstances, or may be without family on a holiday that we all cherish.
Thanks to continued support from the community, PVO has expanded its efforts to include many other programs and ways to help out in the community. One of these programs is to proudly award scholarships to graduating seniors of Fannett-Metal School District.
Various ways that we have helped, are helping, and will continue to help in the future.
Learn more about current and planned programs.
PRESIDENT - BLAIR MILLS
VICE PRESIDENT - JAMIE WALLS
TREASURER - ANNETTE THOMPSON
SECRETARY - KRISTIN McGEE
August 2007 - Path Valley Outreach was formed by a group of friends to help out fellow community members.
December 2007 - PVO starts the Christmas Day Meal Program. They prepare, package, and deliver each meal.
June 2009 - PVO starts the FM Senior Scholarship Program, with two $1000 scholarships.
December 2012 - PVO Christmas Meal Program reaches over 400 recipients!
January 2013 - PVO has the 1st Annual Frozen Frenzy as a fundraiser. It surpasses everyone's expectations.
June 2013 - PVO increases the number of scholarships from two to three and from $1000 to a potential of $2500 each!
Fall 2013 - PVO starts a Lunch Program at Fannett-Metal. Funds are used to offset some of the cost of student lunches.
"Neighbors Helping Neighbors" We are continually motivated to become more aware of ways to help out our fellow community members.