SoDel Cares donates $5,000 to Pathways to Success


SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, recently donated $5,000 to Pathways to Success, which helps prepare youth and their families for success in life. Pictured, from left, are: Lindsey Barry, president of SoDel Cares, Sarah Gilmour, outreach coordinator for Pathways to Success, and Fay Blake, executive director of Pathways to Success.

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SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of SoDel Concepts, recently donated $5,000 to Pathways to Success. Based in Georgetown, the nonprofit is designed to help prepare youth and adults for successful lives.

“I believe that Pathways to Success can be a gamechanger for many kids in our communities,” said Scott Kammerer, president of SoDel Concepts, which has 11 restaurants in coastal Sussex County. “The organization provides structure, support and, most importantly, love and compassion.”

He praised the program’s executive director, Fay Blake, and Sarah Gilmour, the organization’s outreach coordinator, for their dedication.

“They’re committed to reaching our most at-risk children and giving them hope for the future. We’re so fortunate to have them in our communities.”

Pathways to Success’ activities include academic mentoring, work-based activities, parent education, leadership skills and career prep. There are programs in Cape Henlopen High School, Seaford High School, Sussex Technical High School and Milford High School.

For information about SoDel Concepts, visit sodelconcepts.com. For information about Pathways to Success, visit pathways-2-success.org.