Leadership Fresno class dedicates Pathway of Hope at Fresno State

Jim Costa with Group

The Pathway of Hope is open at Fresno State.

The pathway is the project Leadership Fresno Class 35. The sponsoring Fresno Chamber of Commerce says its annual leadership class  members choose a project that will have an effect on the community in a significant way. Class 35 dedicated its project to educating the public and honoring the survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse with the pathway, a physical representation of a survivor’s journey intended to shine a spotlight on the courage and strength realized through the survivor’s experience.

In a statement from the chamber, Class 35 presidentn Sarah Frauenheim says, “Our goal was to not only provide resources for victims but to also help provide a place for healing for survivors. The pathway may be the final step of our class project, but our hope is that it serves as a reminder to engage further education, awareness and healing.”

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