Is your contribution to New Path Center tax-deductible?
New Path Center has been recognized exempt by the IRS
under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code since December 2004.
Donors’ contributions are tax deductible as provided in section 170 of the IRS Code. A copy of New Path Center’s IRS Letter of Determination is available upon request.
New Path Center is required to file annually an IRS 990 Form.
New Path Center’s current IRS 990 can be found at
or upon request.
Two ways to donate:
1. Make your check payable to New Path Center, Inc., and mail it to:
New Path Center, Inc.
PO Box 874
Kingsburg, California 93631-0874
2. Donate online at
Do you resonate with the New Path Center’s mission and values?
New Path Center’s mission is to be:
A safe place where individuals and communities discover reasonable, respectful, restorative, and redemptive pathways through conflict.
A place of hope for those who experience loss or other painful life transitions.
A training center for leaders and organizations to acquire a healthy readiness for conflict or the skills to companion the bereaved.
New Path Center envisions:
Communities where the citizens become responsible for positive transformation.
Communities where constructive communication thrives.
Communities that produce leaders with impeccable character.
Communities where all leaders address conflict and brokenness in reasonable, respectful, restorative, and redemptive ways.
Communities where the greater Faith Community works together.
Why does New Path Center exist?
As a community pastoral-counseling resource . . .
New Path Center brings the hope of experiencing peace with loss to those who are deeply bereaved.
As a training center . . .
New Path Center equips individuals, leaders, and organizations
to have a healthy readiness for and response to conflict.
As a mediation center . . .
New Path Center provides options for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) for those who experience some form of conflict. Mediation areas of practice include:
Marital Mediation: Couples who want to stay married but have issues to be worked through, deeper understanding to be shared, forgiveness to be experienced, and agreements to be made and kept for a brighter marital future.
Separated and divorced parents: Individuals and couples who need pre/post-adjudication mediation regarding custody decisions to best meet the needs of their children.
Extended families: Members who have suffered from years of estrangement and separation, and now hope to restore the family ties.
Churches: As cornerstones of our community, churches need to respond to conflict in ways that bring hope, love, and peace to reality, to meet the needs of their members.
Family businesses and farms: The economic forces behind our community, who need to bridge relational gaps caused by conflict, to increase their potential to thrive from generation to generation.
Victims of crime and juvenile offenders: Individuals directed by the courts to reconcile offenses and make restitution, including VORP Mediation and Anger management classes for youth at risk.
Where does New Path Center work?
New Path Center works locally, nationally, and internationally.
Serves as a local mediation, training and counseling center for the greater Kingsburg area for Fresno, Kings and Tulare Counties, in central California.
Travels to other areas within California, and the U.S. to provide mediation, training, and interventions for non-profit organizations.
Provides training in third-world countries on conflict resolution, leadership development, and grief counseling.
To whom is New Path Center responsible?
New Path Center’s Board of Directors is made up of professionals from the Kingsburg community. The list of Directors is available upon request.
How does New Path Center measure its progress and success?
76 Cases in 2009: (63 new / 13 continued)