Giving Season

    At Path & Post, we believe BEHAVIOR IS THE TRUEST FORM OF COMMUNICATION. It’s not what you say, it’s what you do in life that matters most. We’re also firm believers that values shape behavior. Which is why this is our favorite time of year…

    Season of Giving

    Back in November of 2013, when we started Path & Post, we wanted to prove our beliefs and values by practicing the Golden Rule +. One of our first steps as a new brand was to celebrate the Season of Giving by giving every member of our team $100 cash to go out into the community and pay it forward with random acts of kindness. This adds up to over $1500+ of positive experiences in our community.

    As we enter this season of giving, we are reminded …

    Your home is a special haven, but the community around your home is what makes a special place to live. So what if this holiday season we spent just a little less time on our own home and more time doing stuff for people around our hometown? Can we make a positive difference in someone else’s life or brighten up their day a little bit?

    Each year at this time, Path & Post will be sharing random acts of kindness throughout our Season of Giving. We have given each of our team members cash to go out and pay it forward in the community. You may benefit from a free meal, a cup of coffee, or random gift as we seek to enrich everyone’s life, including strangers in the community. If you do, we encourage you to pay it forward to another member of our community.


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