Bellevue LifeSpring
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Our mission is to foster stability and
self-sufficiency for Bellevue's children and their families through programs that feed, clothe and educate.

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Adopt-A-Box for
Mid-Winter Break

Did you know that 3,600 children in Bellevue rely on the federal free and reduced-price lunch program for breakfast and lunch? Bellevue LifeSpring's Breaktime-Mealtime™ program will provide nutritious meals to these children during the upcoming mid-winter break when they are not able to receive free food at school.

Each box contains a week's worth of non-perishable food and a grocery store voucher to purchase fresh produce, milk and bread. Just $25 gives a hungry child a week's worth of food. Adopt a box here.

Save the Date for the Step Up
to the Plate Benefit Luncheon

March 24, 2016
Meydenbauer Center

The Step Up to the Plate Benefit Luncheon brings the community together to benefit Bellevue LifeSpring's programs that feed, clothe, educate and provide emergency assistance to families in need.

Check out photos from last year’s Luncheon!

College Scholarships for
Students of All Ages

Applications available online:
Friday, February 19th

Applications due:
Monday, April 15th

Bellevue LifeSpring provides need-based scholarships for college and technical schools to high school seniors and parents seeking further education, starting at $2,000.

First year students must be a senior at a Bellevue public high school (or must be a home school student) residing within the Bellevue School District and must enroll at a publicly supported college or technical school, in the state of Washington during the same calendar year following graduation. Parents seeking further education must live in Bellevue and have children living in the home. To be eligible for second, third and fourth year scholarships, students must have received a first year scholarship.

Learn more about scholarships for higher education here.