Jimi Russell is well known throughout the Niagara community for his continuous volunteer work.
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Beginning January 2018, the three types of child and family centres, including Bethlehem's Early Learning Centre, will all become EarlyON Child and Family Centres.
On Wednesday, November 22, the community came together to celebrate the groundbreaking of our new affordable housing development in downtown St. Catharines.
St. Catharines Mayor, Walter Sendzik, is a strong supporter for finding solutions to the affordable housing issue in Niagara. He is also a big supporter of our new development project on 111 Church Street in St. Catharines.
On Wednesday, October 18th, members of the region’s corporate services committee agreed unanimously to waive approximately $1 million in development charges for our new housing development.
Help end homelessness and reduce the impact of poverty across the Niagara Region by joining us at the 13th Annual Empty Bowls Fundraiser for Bethlehem Housing and Support Services. At the event Niagara’s finest chefs prepare and serve their favourite soup in one-of-a-kind bowls created by local potters.
Tammy and Melissa both work for Enercare’s Golden Horseshoe location. They first got involved with Bethlehem Housing & Support Services when Enercare partnered with the organization to provide personalized Fresh Start packages to families that live at Bethlehem Place.