New Bethlehem Project

Tuesday night meeting learning about NBP

Tuesday night meeting learning about NBP

One of the ways I give back to the community is by giving to charities that deal with homeless issues. I want all people to have a home and if I can’t sell them one or they can’t afford one, I am happy to be part of the community that reaches out to them to help them get back on their feet.

This month our Butterfly Effect group is working with one such charity in Kirkland called New Bethlehem Project. This is the first charity that serves homeless people during the day and gives them a safe place to work, play, and stay warm until the night shelter opens.

The center opened at the end of last year to provide homeless families with access to food, laundry, computers, and social services – all essential resources they may not usually have access to during the day. They also have long-term goals to alleviate the hardships homeless families face every day. New Bethlehem Project contributes towards extending operations of the overnight shelters on the Eastside and they want to build and operate a permanent, 24-hour a day, year round shelter.

Who does New Bethlehem Project serve? This is the best part. NBP serves all families without discrimination, as long as there are adults with children under 18 years old.

Read more about the amazing and important work this center does and reach out to me for information on how we can work together to continue helping homeless families in our area.

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