Our office is closed and we are working remotely. We are still here for you! If you are a family seeking assistance, please email  help@bellevuelifespring.org. For all other inquiries, please email  info@bellevuelifespring.org. We will respond within 24 hours.

Stay informed on our COVID-19 emergency response here.

Nuestra oficina está cerrado al público y nuestro personal está trabajando remotamente. ¡Aún estamos disponibles para asistirles! Si su familia solicita asistencia, por favor envié un correo electrónico a  help@bellevuelifespring.org. Para otras preguntas generales, por favor envié correo electrónica al  info@bellevuelifespring.org. Responderemos dentro de 24 horas.

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Hosting a drive is a great way to collect basic needs like snacks, clothing or hygiene items for families in need.

How to Be a Good Driver

Monday, April 23, 2018

Hosting a drive is a great way to engage your community and maximize your collective impact! It’s an easy, fun and kid-friendly way to give back that allows everyone to participate toward a shared goal. Here are three tips to help you become a great drive-er! #1: Select What You’ll […]

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Healthy school snacks support student success in the classroom and beyond.

School Snacks for Success

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Healthy school snacks are one of the most frequent requests we receive from the Bellevue School District. Some days, Stevenson Elementary School’s Family Connections Center is overwhelmed with requests for snacks and the cupboards are bare. In one month, they received 26 requests for snacks from 19 teachers. Kids who […]

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Bellevue LifeSpring community partner Northwest Sound, a Bellevue-based a capella men’s chorus

Three Community Partners – One Great Cause

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Every Wednesday, the members of Northwest Sound, a Bellevue-based a capella men’s chorus, meet to practice in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church in Bellevue. When they got the idea to hold a benefit concert, they ran the idea by Reverend David Van Heyningen. “Do you have a favorite […]

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