Our Housing Hero Lynne Mawson lends her talent and time to support Bethlehem Housing and Support Services
Browse stories about the work of our organization, our volunteers, and other news that impacts housing support and social services in Niagara.
Taking a leadership role in the business community as Bethlehem's Executive Director, Lori Beech, took part in a discussion panel at The State of The Region 2019
Our Every Day Essentials Raffle draws light to the challenges faced by those waiting for affordable housing in Niagara. Purchase your ticket for $10 to get a chance to win $1600 in gas and groceries. Draw takes place on August 30th, 2019.
Through the Canada Summer Jobs program we are looking for an Early Childhood Educator Assistant for our EarlyON Child & Family Centre at Bethlehem Place. Apply by Monday, May 6, 2019 at 4:30 pm
Through a partnership with the Niagara Community Foundation’s Legacy Partners Program, Bethlehem Housing and Support Services is introducing an educational series on Values-Based Estate Planning. This educational series is open to anyone who wishes to explore Tax-Wise Giving and Legacy Planning.
We are pleased to announce that we have created a new Housing Services department with a new Housing Services Administrator position. Tammy McIntyre brings years of experience in non-profit housing administration, tenant case management, centralized housing intake and a background in accounting.
Through our partnership with the Niagara Community Foundation’s Legacy Partners Program, we are introducing the first of a new educational series on Values-Based Estate Planning. This educational series is open to anyone who wished to explore Tax-Wise Giving and Legacy Planning.
We are pleased to announce Rhiannon Barry as our new Community Engagement Coordinator. Rhiannon has years of experience in social services, she is an established community builder, a professional volunteer coordinator and a creative event planner.
Congratulations and farewell to Lindsay McKillop our Community Engagement Coordinator as she moves on to further her career in event management.
The Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada posted an insightful article about the downsizing delay of aging Canadians contributing to a growing housing crisis around the country.
Jordan Versluis volunteered with Bethlehem by contributing his graphic design talent, web development skills and creative flair to help build our new Housing Hero website.