How You Can Honor World Kindness Day

It’s been a rough year. The COVID-19 pandemic has swept the nation, killing hundreds of thousands and causing a severe economic downturn. But tomorrow is World Kindness Day—a time when we can pull together and remember the good things in our communities. And, at Hibbs Insurance, we think New Pathways is doing some of the best work around.


What is New Pathways?


New Pathways is a faith-based nonprofit organization based in Melber, KY, that helps care for children in crisis. They rescue boys and girls from neglect and abuse and offer them a loving home where they can get the care they need.


How did it start?


New Pathways began in 1990, when a group of Christians built a children’s home in Reidland, KY. Originally named West Kentucky Children’s Home, it provided a place where abused, neglected, and abandoned girls could find compassion and love.


In 1992, New Pathways began construction on 27 acres of donated land in Melber, where it built a new campus for boys. The organization’s facilities now include a main campus that features a gymnasium and large kitchen and can accommodate 12 children. It also has a group home down the road that can serve another 14 children.


How can you help?


New Pathways is dedicated to meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of at-risk children. You can honor World Kindness Day by supporting this mission in a variety of ways. You can help by…


Referring children. If you know of any boys or girls who need good homes, then contact Program Director Jan Jones at 270-519-7857. She can give you more information about placing children with New Pathways.

Giving. Partner with New Pathways through individual donations, corporate support, congregational support, or planning giving. Click here for the details.

Volunteer. Serve children at New Pathways by hosting a meal, becoming a trained Family Care Provider, assisting at one of the organization’s events, or providing administrative support. Again, contact Jan Jones for more info.

Fundraise. Encourage others to support the organization and its great work, as well. Get creative and host a unique event that will raise awareness and support.

Pray. Ask God to bless both this ministry and the precious boys and girls whom it serves.