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Wow, what an exciting season for Beulah's Place!

As we look back on the first half, we were blessed with unexpected fundraisers and folks committed to helping us help the teens we serve.

Highlights included New Creations Life Center hosting a phenomenal Hollywood-style ladies tea in spring. Dutch Bros. Coffee of Central Oregon opened their newest Redmond store and donated $1.00/medium drink to Beulah's Place (cranking out over 3,550 beverages in one day!). Redmond Kiwanis held their annual vintners dinner and broke previous years' fundraisers for local non-profit organizations!

Many individuals donated time, food resources, toiletries, personal essentials, and transportation to our teens who are in school and/or working full or part time jobs. We could not succeed without these selfless volunteers!

One of our teen ladies who took some time off after graduating high school is now going to college! She's about to be promoted at work to boot! Another BP graduate earned a scholarship for her second year of college after making Dean's List in her first year! A new house mom just transitioned her BP teen boy into independent living. Our community makes these successes possible for which we are deeply thankful!

Business owners and donors provided three hogs purchased from the recent county fair to Beulah's Place (including cut and wrap costs!). Add a couple of frozen turkeys and some beef and we can feed our kids and safe house families quality protein for Fall!

All in all, we have been amazed and humbled by every gift - of time or finances - received to date. We hope to update more often and share exciting things that are coming up for Beulah's Place!

May you be extraordinarily blessed for your support and kindness to every teen we rescue and help set on the path to successful independent living!

With deepest gratitude,
Andi & Ed