HIGH DESERT DESIGN COUNCIL ANNOUNCES ITS 2018 PHILANTHROPY PROJECT RECIPIENT

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REDMOND, OR - High Desert Design Council announced today that they have selected Beulah’s Place, a Redmond-based 501(c)3 organization providing temporary shelter services for at-risk homeless teens, as the recipient for the Council’s 2018 philanthropic project. The HDDC is a non-profit business association with more than 60 members including interior designers, architects, builders, landscape architects, artists and other industry partners.

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100+ Women Who Care Award $26,500 To Beulah's Place In Redmond

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October 27, 2017

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100+ WOMEN WHO CARE AWARD $26,500 TO BEULAH’S PLACE IN REDMOND

BEND, OR — Amelia (not her real name) ran away from home when she was only 16. Couch surfing at friends’ houses, or living on the streets was safer than enduring the daily abuse at home. But just day to day survival without money, a place to eat, bathe, sleep, or do homework, had become too much.

Fortunately for teens such as Amelia, who have suffered severe abuse, been trafficked for sex, or become criminally preyed upon by a family or extended family members, there is a safe haven: Beulah’s Place.

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Beulah's Place and ChildHelp Join Forces to Fight Child Abuse and Trafficking

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(Washington, DC) September 1, 2012 – Five children die each day from abuse in our country. As America prepares to send its children back to school, two dedicated organizations want communities to know there are ways to protect kids from predators, harassment and bullying. In a partnership arrangement unique in the world of nonprofits, Beulah’s Place and Childhelp are joining forces to raise funds to fight child abuse and trafficking.

Beulah’s Place, founded by Ed and Andi Buerger in Redmond, Oregon, is a place of refuge for teens victimized by sexual predators and other abusers.

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Beulah's Place and America's All Stars Join Hands to Protect America's Youth

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(Washington, DC) October 8, 2012 – As America focuses on the Election of 2012, five children die each day from abuse and neglect in our country. In an ailing economy, the number of homeless children escalates, and two powerhouse organizations want communities to know there are ways to protect our kids.

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