Welcome to New Path
Our Mission is to Partner to meet life's needs through Christ.
Our Vision is to have New Path, as radical servants of Christ, investing in meeting needs, transforming lives, and restoring community through collaboration and wise stewardship.
What We Do
The Programs and Services Provided by The New Path, Inc.
1405 South County Road 25A, Troy, OH
Open Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
A retail store specializing in gently used clothing for the entire family along with fair trade decor and fair trade chocolates.
The Gleaning Place
31 N. Miami St., West Milton, OH
Open Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
The Gleaning Place specializes in gently used home products. They have everything from furniture, kitchen products, linens, knick knacks and so much more. All priced reasonably to provide anyone who needs these common household goods. The Gleaning Place can offer the warmth to transform an apartment or house into a home.
Tipp City Choice Food Pantry
7695 S. County Rd 25A, Tipp City, OH
Ph. 937.669.1213 ~ Fax 937.669.2393
Open: Monday 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm, Tuesday through Thursday 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
We can serve all Miami County Residents, who provide a Photo ID and proof of residency (dated within the last 30 days).
The Point Choice Food Pantry
506 E Main St. Trotwood, OH
Open: Tuesday through Thursday 11:00 am to 1:45 pm and Third Saturday of Each Month 9:00 am to 11:00 am
We can serve residents in the following zip codes 45406, 45416 and 45426 who provide a Photo ID and proof of residency (dated within the last 30 days)
GIVE Medical Ministry
1000 Mote Dr Covington, OH
Open: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
The purpose of GIVE Medical Ministry is to provide assistance at no charge to people with medical needs, particularly those having limited financial resources, so as to improve their physical health and independence, as well as their emotional and spiritual well-being.
7695 S County Rd 25A Tipp City, OH
Provides home furnishings and household items to families leaving the shelter for a home of their own, victims of domestic violence as well as fire and flood victims. A referral from a partner agency is needed. Donations of gently used furniture can be picked up by calling for an appointment.
A Learn Earn Serve Program
Provides vehicles to households without any transportation. Participants work a 6-week program with classes on Saturday mornings from 10am-12pm, while serving their neighbors through New Path earning hours for a vehicle of their choice.
New Path Time Bank
A members only web based program
Membership fees of $1 a month allow families to connect into our web-based Time Bank where members exchange goods and services using "time" to make a purchase. This reciprocal exchange can be done with any member and does not need to be a direct exchange.
Classes held at Fort McKinley Church
3721 W Siebenthaler Ave. Dayton, OH
Many young people drop out of school before realizing the impact on their future. This class not only teaches but encourages students of any age. Graduates from the GED program enjoy a celebration ceremony and a gift, as well as the pride of an achievement of success. Some students go on to local colleges and others to better paying jobs.
Community Meal served on Mondays at 5:30 pm
Open Table is a free community meal provided at Ginghamsburg Church, 6795 South County Road 25-A. The meal is an opportunity to experience fellowship, friendship and a hearty meal.
Montgomery County Ex-Offender Re-Entry
Collaborating to Improve Lives
Through a unique partnership with various non-profits, government agencies and the private sector, we provide financial assistance and household goods to those leaving the criminal justice system for a new life in society.
We're on a mission to connect neighbors to basic needs and offer programing to inspire them on their journey.
Bill holds both a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Affairs and a Master of Public Administration Degree from Wright State University in Dayton. Before assuming leadership of New Path, Bill served in the City of Piqua’s Community and Economic Development Department, where he led citizen engagement activities and secured state and federal dollars for numerous projects.
Bill lives in Troy with his wife Ashley and two children, Jackson and Charlotte.
Linda has been a part of the New Path team as our accountant since 2007. Linda has her B.S. in Accounting from Miami University and is a C.P.A. She brings many talents to New Path as she keeps track of donations, pays the bills, orders supplies, as well as administers payroll. Linda enjoys scrap booking, crocheting, reading and exercise. Linda enjoys using her strengths to further the mission of New Path. She and her husband (also an accountant) have a full schedule with their three teens and a college student. Linda also serves as a volunteer servant at Anna's Closet.
Program Coordinator - Tipp City
Sherry began as a volunteer servant in the food pantry in 1998. Since 2000 Sherry Loschi has served as the outreach coordinator for New Path. Sherry’s deep passion for those in need of a hand up comes from her own past experiences of poverty. Sherry lives in Englewood with her husband Paul, they enjoy their blended family of 5 adult children and 5 grandchildren.
Program Coordinator - Fort McKinley
Nicole holds a Master’s Degree in Community and Social Development from Case Western Reserve University along with being a 2008 graduate of the Graduate Academy for Community Leadership from Edison State Community College. Nicole currently has her License of Social Work (LSW) and is working towards her License of Independent Social Work (LISW). Areas of interest include community development, re-entry, single mothers, social/economic justice and child welfare.
GIVE Medical Ministry Manager
Tom has the gift of compassion as he uses his retired years to serve others by being the GIVE Manager, a part-time paid position. Tom’s background is in Engineering, and he uses his skills by repairing wheelchairs and organizing hundreds of pieces of medical equipment, from soft goods to wheel chairs and hospital beds. Tom finds helping others to help themselves to be more independent is very rewarding.
J.J.'s Furniture Manager
Jim has a passion to provide for those in desperate need, and as the part-time manager for JJ’s Furniture he is able to do just that. Jim served as a volunteer servant for four years at JJ’s Furniture and brings some special talents as a carpenter. He has served on four mission trips to New Orleans in restorative missions. Jim has also managed his own remodeling business for the last 25 years and is now remodeling lives.
Tipp City Food Pantry Manager
Marie is the newest of our staff and brings with her a sweet spirit and passion for Christ. She loves people, and she is easy to talk to. She brings experiences from volunteering at the USO food pantry while her husband was in the Armed Forces. Marie is married to Justin and they have a young son named Connor. Marie is also a servant with Children's Ministry at Ginghamsburg Church.
Gleaning Place Manager
Evelyn has been a volunteer servant with New Path since 2002 and has been with The Gleaning Place since 2011. Evelyn is quite an encourager and touches the lives of other unpaid servants with a genuine love. Evelyn was recently recognized by the Dayton Dragons as a Community All-Star.
The Point Food Pantry Manager
Denita Gibson started on staff at New Path in the Summer of 2015 and currently serves as our Manager of the Point Food Pantry in Trotwood. Denita is blessed with a warm heart for those that come to the food pantry and a positive attitude. She is a great asset to our organization!
Be A Part of The Team
Volunteer and Serve Your Neighbors With Us!
We are guided by a great team of servant leaders.
Adam Blake, Board Chairperson
Adam is committed to building community through Christ and the provision of and access to safe, affordable housing for all. He is the father of three amazing sons and lives in Tipp City. Matthew 25:40
Muffet Andrews, Board Vice-Chairperson
Muffet and her husband Scott have been Ginghamsburg members for 14 years. She has served at the New Path Food pantry since 2002.
Wes Young, Board Treasurer
Wes joined St. Mary Development Corporation located in Dayton in March 2011. Prior to joining St. Mary, Wes was Chief Financial Officer for Tipton Companies, a commercial real estate development, construction and management firm for 23 years. Wes and his wife Sandy live in Englewood and have three daughters and twin grandchildren.
Margie DeHays, Board Member
Margie joined the New Path Board of Directors in January 2016. She is a small business owner in Tipp City and works as a health care professional.
Dr. Jake Matthias, Board Member
Dr. Matthias joined the New Path Board of Directors in February 2016. He is a veterinarian with a practice in Tipp City, Ohio.
Bruce Boyd, Board Member
Bruce is the retired President/CEO of Amos Media Company, a publisher of enthusiast magazines with a major focus on coin and stamp collecting news and information.
Mr. Boyd is active in the Sidney community having served on many nonprofit community organizations. He is the 2004 recipient of the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Zenith Award for outstanding commitment to a lifetime of community service.
Bruce is actively involved at all levels of the United Methodist Church and currently serves as vice-chair of the West Ohio Council on Development and chair of the Miami Valley District Leadership Team.
Karen Smith, Board Member
Karen is the Executive Director of Church Operations of Ginghamsburg Church in Tipp City. In her role, she acts as liasion between New Path and Ginghamsburg Church. Karen lives in Springfield with her husband Mike.
Chris Wesner, Esq., Board Member
Chris is a former Physical Therapist with 20 years of experience in the health care field turned Attorney living in Troy with his wife of 20 years and 3 children.
Georgeann Godsey, Board Member
Georgeann currently serves with the Fort McKinley Breakfast Ministry, Soulfood Cafe and is also a Harrison Township Trustee. Georgeann joined the board in April 2016.
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