Your Impact

A Home for the Holidays

Friday, November 30, 2018

Facing Homelessness Low-income families Bellevue LifeSpring helped last year reported spending more than half their monthly income on rent. Many live squeezed together in cramped quarters or rent rooms in shared apartments to make ends meet. Rising housing costs put low-income families at risk of ending up on the streets. […]

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A Break from Nutrition

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Ava is seven years old. She likes to draw and read with her two older brothers. Her parents work hard to provide for their family but their paychecks are barely making ends meet. During winter break, expenses really pile up – heat for their apartment, a babysitter during work hours, […]

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Nicole’s Giving Story

Monday, November 5, 2018

Guest Blog Post by Nicole Griswold “Uh oh,” I answered dramatically. Lance looked over at me and dropped another ball to see if I would respond once more. It was an early December morning in 2013, with Christmas just around the corner. I had been caring for him for nearly […]

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A Special Season: The Impact of Holiday Adopt-A-Family

Monday, October 1, 2018

“Holiday Adopt-A-Family is something I look forward to every year. Shopping for a family that would otherwise go without, seeing the expressions on the faces of the families when they come to pick up their gifts – both make the season a special one each year.” – Joan, Holiday Adopt-A-Family […]

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What Does $2,000 Mean to You?

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Bellevue LifeSpring has been providing scholarships for higher education for more than 60 years. The first scholarships, awarded in 1955, were $500 each. The expense of higher education has grown over the years but luckily, so has the Bellevue community’s support of this program. Today, Bellevue LifeSpring scholarships start at […]

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