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    In the US, an alarming number of 12 to 17 year olds, both male and females, are targeted by human traffickers who deal in child prostitution, sexual slavery and pornography, and by sexual predators and pedophiles. In the U.S., this is a thriving $13 billion a year criminal industry. Help us thwart those who prey on vulnerable youth.

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  • Help. Healing. Hope.

    Beulah's Place was created as a place of refuge for homeless teens who are easy prey for sexual predators and those who exploit these youngsters for criminal gain. Our publicly funded non-profit organization offers help, healing and hope by providing food and shelter as well as educational and work skills counseling.

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  • Our program, Beulah's Place, gives homeless at risk teens the necessary tools and essential resources to restart their lives. But to do this we need your help and support. Founder Andi Buerger has a special message for site visitors, please take a moment to listen.

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Housing Providing Shelter

We help find safe places to stay for teens who don't have a place to call their own.

Educating Teaching Life Skills

When someone has the time and the resources to learn, the sky is the limit.

Healing Changing Lives with Love

With love and compassion, we give those who may be lost the tools to find the right path again.

Building For The Future

We intend to create a permanent, clean and safe shelter for wayward youth.

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Help Us to Help Others.

Beulah's Place depends on the charity and goodwill of it's donors to keep providing love and shelter to teens who are stuck living on the streets. You can help by making a fully tax deductable donation.

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    Monies donated go directly to help kids that can't afford to pay for shelter to keep them warm, or meals to keep them healthy.
  • Donations are fully tax deductable.
    You can write your donations off your taxes, which helps you out while you help others, and it's good to know that your hard earned dollars are actually being spent to help those who really need it.
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If you need help and you're in the Oregon area, please reach out to us. No matter how out of control your situation may seem, we want to help you find a solution. You can reach us through the form on our contact page, or call us anytime at:

CALL US LOCALLY FOR HELP OR ADVICE

1-541-526-0445


1-800-4-A-CHILD
1-800-422-4453

1-800-273-TALK
1-800-273-8255

1-800-656-HOPE
1-800-656-4673

1-800-RUNAWAY
1-800-786-2929

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March 06, 2018

Women Of Influence Making History

Women of Influence are making history this spring 2018. These women are also pleased to celebrate Women's History Month highlighting the work of many fearless women who made the pathway in our nation and around the world. Eden Gordon Media presents the Women of Influence speaker series for Spring 2018. The Women of Influence speakers are featured authors, entrepreneurs, survivors, and founders of organizations that pave the way for the next generation. These women come from California, Oregon, Indiana, and Florida, and have influenced our society with their vision to empower women and our culture.

Women of Influence from San Diego, Linda Breitman - Empowering Women: Fulfill Everything God has Called You to Do! "If I could crawl inside your mind for 24 hours would I have a good day?" 80% of Christians wrestle with negative mindsets. The war between your ears affects everything you do—from personal relationships to succeed in business. As a woman of faith, Linda Breitman is an ordained minister, author, and inspirational speaker. Her latest identity curriculum, The Real You – Believing Your True Identity which includes a book, workbook, and video set, inspires people to align their thoughts with heaven and see themselves through God’s eyes.

Linda Breitman Weekly Podcast

Women of Influence from Oregon, Andi Buerger - Ending Homelessness for At-Risk Teens

"When we allow our children to be sold, to be used as a commodity, to be violated, persecuted, neglected, discarded, and preyed upon by criminal influences, we deteriorate as a civilized community because there is nothing civilized about using the weak, the innocent, the vulnerable for selfish gain. I'm living - and leaving - a positive legacy that can be adapted on any scale for the purpose of saving the future of our country, and that future is our youth." Andi Buerger is an international speaker, corporate trainer, educator, business owner, writer, media talent, public relations and marketing consultant, nonprofit executive, and community ambassador. Andi is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Beulah’s Place, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization providing temporary shelter services to at-risk homeless teen boys and girls. She is in the process of locating a permanent facility in which to rescue and house more at-risk teens.

April 2018 - Annual Ladies Tea, New Creation Life Center, Redmond, Oregon
May 2018 - National Day of Prayer Community Church, Redmond, Oregon

Women of Influence from Indiana, Holly K. Dunn - She's Fearless

"America's backyard has been the playground for perpetrators to abuse and assault women and children. I am sickened by the constant news headlines that fill our local and national news with the sexual abuse that takes place in our society." Holly’s work includes being the spokesperson for Holly’s House a local sexual abuse and domestic violence advocacy center which she co-founded in her hometown of Evansville, IN. That passion later evolved into her current full-time work as a motivational speaker and trainer, using her own experience and uplifting message to inspire and enlighten.

March 2018 - Penn State University, Penn State Justice Association
April 2018 - The Pamlico Rose Institute, Female Veterans, Washington, North Carolina
May 2018 - The Junior League of Richmond, Book and Author Event, Richmond Virginia

Women of Influence from Florida, Michele Rigby Assad - Breaking Barriers for Women in National Security

"Was it hard to be a CIA officer with all of the challenges that entailed? Yes. Scary? Of course. But if I was going to fulfill my life mission, I had to conquer my instinctual tendency to freeze in place. Fear would get me nowhere. Faith, however, would take me to places I never imagined." Michele Rigby Assad began her career in the government relations department of an international relief and development organization in Washington, DC, in 1995. She joined the CIA in January 2002 to work as an intelligence officer in the Directorate of Operations, the covert arm of the agency. Specializing in counterterrorism and counterintelligence issues, Michele worked in several hot spots, including Iraq during the height of the war. To date, Michele has lived in six countries in the Near East region and traveled to more than forty-five others.

May 2018 - Park Road Books, Charlotte, North Carolina
June 2018 - The Women's National Republican Club, New York, NY
July 2018 - The Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.

For scheduled speaking engagements, media interviews and book signings, please contact Eden Gordon Media: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

About Eden Gordon Media: My footsteps of faith on this journey have been inspired by my grandfather’s mission in life. His story was told here by the Philadelphia Magazine in the 1950’s during the polio epidemic. A World War II hero, who became a pastor post-war, was a polio victim in 1955 and ministered from his wheelchair and breathing machine, he was a paraplegic. My grandfather touched the international community with his inspirational and faith-based writing, but he also impacted a community that didn’t have the special equipment we have today. My grandfather’s story has resonated my life through my writing and my passion to serve our nation’s veterans, survivors of abuse, women who have overcome great obstacles and those who have suffered injuries both visible and invisible.

I am honored to represent the Women of Influence, advocating for a greater cause, shaping and engaging our culture with a global focus to heal those hurting and bring new life. Their stories are real and they shape the very core of our makeup.