The New Path also operates at Ginghamsburg Church’s Fort McKinley campus in Dayton, Ohio. We provide a number of services to the urban community that Fort McKinley serves. The following are some of those services.
Provides a “choice” food pantry where families can choose food items that fit their families’ needs once a month. Food is available every 30 days.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, a fresh hot lunch is provided to persons over 60 for a $2 donation. Reservations for lunch are requested; please call (937) 276-2464 to place your reservation or for more information.
A certified teacher is provided through Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) to provide tutoring to persons working towards their General Equivalency Diploma. Classes are held from September through May on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9–11:30 a.m.
Ohio Benefits Bank
Ohio Benefits Bank is a public/private partnership that connects low and moderate income Ohioans with free tax preparation and access to potential public benefits and work supports through an online system. Call and leave a message for an appointment at: (937) 276-2466. For more information visit the website www.ohiobenefits.org
Six computer stations on high speed internet are available to G.E.D students, community members and Ohio Benefits Bank applicants. A brief application is needed to use the computers.
Ft. McKinley Homes
New Path is in partnership with CountyCorp, Fort McKinley Church, Harrison Township, Oberer Development and Montgomery County to provide 25 quality, single family homes to low income families in the fifteen block area of the Fort McKinley neighborhood.
Asset Based Community Development
New Path at Fort McKinley is working with the neighborhood to provide development and asset mapping to enhance community involvement and relationship building between residents, business and service providers.