New Bethlehem Day Center

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Need help now? The New Bethlehem Day Center provides families (adults with children under 18, or K-12, as part of the family unit and in attendance) experiencing homelessness with essential services including showers, laundry, computers, social services, snack and dinner.

Hours: 2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
7 days a week

Address: 11920 NE 80th St, Suite 100
Kirkland, WA

Phone: (425) 679-0350

Volunteer

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Get Involved! We’re always looking for people to join our community. Your time and talent will make a difference in the lives of families in need.

Become a Volunteer Get started by applying and attending an orientation meeting.

Upcoming Orientation Dates The next orientation will be held on January 27th at 12:30 PM at the Day Center.

More questions? Get answers on our FAQ on Volunteering page.


Donate

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Donate to the Permanent Shelter Campaign Help support the campaign to build a permanent shelter for Eastside families.

Donate to New Bethlehem Day Center Your gift helps cover essential supplies and services.

Provide a Meal Sign up individually or as a group to bring dinner or snacks for 25. Costco & store-bought dinners welcome. No orientation or application required.

Donate Supplies Sign up to provide supplies or view our Amazon Wish List.

 

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New Bethlehem Exciting News

$1.1 Million has been raised ~ THANK YOU! In 9 short months, you answered the call to help those who need it most. Due to your support, New Bethlehem Project has exceeded its $1 Million goal to help build a year-round 24/7 shelter for women and families experiencing homelessness. We are humbled by your generosity!

What happens next? In addition to your donations, WA State, King County and Eastside Cities funding has been awarded. This has allowed us to hire a general contractor and finish designing the new shelter. Projected ground breaking is April 2019 with construction beginning June 2019. We expect construction to take about a year to complete. 

Read more about the permanent shelter progress in this recent article from The Redmond Reporter.