The Year of Mercy… an invitation to love, kindness and generosity.
As we reflect on what impact each of us can make in the lives of others, the tools below will help you to understand ways you can assist Bethlehem House to save lives by providing clothes for those with none, a home for the homeless, food for those who are hungry, and unconditional love to each person who seeks the support from family.
Tell someone about the mission
Perhaps your sacrifice includes having a meaningful conversation with one person each month about how you contribute to the mission or what you appreciate most about it. Or, maybe you share about the opportunity to support Bethlehem House with an annual commitment to gift $100 or more (Century Club).
Spread the word about The Humble Lily, a secondhand boutique by Bethlehem House
The Humble Lily opened in October 2015! We need your volunteer support and donations to help us grow our mission and to provide staff with an opportunity to serve our mommies in a more coordinated and dignified way. Follow the link below to share our boutique donation wish list with your networks, today!
Schedule a tour
If you’ve walked through our doors in 2015, you experienced the breathtaking photography lining the walls of our first floor. It is quite difficult to forget about us once you have walked the hallways and heard the stories of women who call this special place home.
Business hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Call the office to schedule a tour for your family or group – (402) 502-9224.
Host a fundraiser
[PDF] Host a Fundraiser
Visit our ‘DONATE’ page to learn what our current weekly needs are.
Attend a Bethlehem House event
See our events page for information and flyers.
Become a volunteer Bethlehem House liaison
Volunteer as an individual or with a group
To learn more about volunteering for ongoing projects or one-time opportunities, select from the following:
[PDF] Group Volunteer Form
Consider emailing or printing these forms to share with friends.
[PDF] Bulletin Announcements
…in humble service and mercy