PATH Santa Barbara to host third annual “Making It Home Tour” fundraiser

Members of the Santa Barbara community are invited to celebrate the meaning of home

 On Saturday, June 8, PATH Santa Barbara will host their third annual Making It Home Tour, a fundraiser celebrating home and the spirt of the Santa Barbara community.  Successful community partnerships – like with 805 Living, Marborg, and now AB Designs and Sonos – have grown the group’s fundraising by 25 percent year over year, allowing PATH Santa Barbara to house 100 local individuals and assist an additional 700 each year.

“Our Making It Home Tour has quickly become a cherished tradition here,” said Tessa Madden Storms, Regional Director of PATH Santa Barbara. “It is a time to celebrate shared successes with our generous hosts and community supporters, while raising critical funds to help our homeless neighbors make it home.”

“Individual donors are the backbone of our organization,” said Nancy Fiore, PATH Santa Barbara Advisory Board Member. “Their love for Santa Barbara is key to our success in helping people move off the streets and into homes of their own.”

Guests in attendance will be treated to an exclusive guided tour through luxury area homes aboard a historic Santa Barbara trolley, including food and wine pairings from local restaurants at each stop. The celebration will continue with a reception at the SONOS campus in Downtown Santa Barbara, where guests will enjoy music, luxury raffles, and a wide variety of exciting food and drinks.

Watch the event video to get a look inside!

For those interested in attending they can find more information and purchase tickets at or HERE.

About PATH Santa Barbara

PATH Santa Barbara works to address and end homelessness for individuals throughout Santa Barbara County. Our interim housing facility is dedicated to helping homeless individuals access the services they need to improve their health, increase their income, and transition into stable housing. In the past four years, PATH Santa Barbara has provided shelter to over 1,800 homeless clients, secured employment or increased income for over 500 individuals, and helped 400 of our homeless neighbors move off the streets and into permanent homes.


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