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“We have to be good neighbors and help.”

Drawing from his faith and experience as an asylum seeker, Pastor Sepa serves refugee families in his community.

Parent Cafés: We're all in this together

When parents are isolated without community, they miss an essential element their children need to thrive: connection. Parent Cafés are a growing movement to give parents the support they need for their families to grow stronger.

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A small part of a beautiful story

As a Safe Families for Children host, Amber explains how and why her family supported a mom facing a crisis by giving her son a temporary safe place to stay.

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Popping a brighter future

Watch the inspiring story of Mavis, a widow in Ghana who overcame hardship and grief to provide for her five children. Through family preservation and empowerment services, she created a brighter future for herself and her family. Mavis started her own business selling baked goods at market. Her most popular product is Nkyewe3 (“roasted corn”). Learn how families like Mavis’ are turning adversity into success, keeping their families together through preventative tools and services. Plus, make Mavis’ famous Ghanian popcorn recipe yourself and enjoy it at home!

When family changes everything: A kinship care story

Taylor was at her lowest point. Still recovering from a mental health crisis, she was abandoned by her guardians with nowhere to go. She was a teen headed for a residential facility until 30 Days to Family® at Bethany found Taylor a family she didn’t know she had.

Meet Keith Cureton

Welcome Keith Cureton to Bethany Christian Services as the new CEO and president! Get to know Keith, his family, and why he is excited to partner with you to serve children and families through this fun Q and A.

“I won't give up on you”

Resettling refugees takes time and funding, but the rewards are priceless.

3 reasons to hire refugees

Refugees bring expertise, loyalty, and diversity to the workplace.

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YouthBuild changed my life

At 17, Ebony entered foster care homeless and with a newborn daughter. Without parents in the picture, she needed caring, trusted adults to help guide her next steps toward her future.

For youth like Maria, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

At 14, Maria was separated from her family and conscripted into an illegal armed militant group. By focusing on prevention, we're ensuring more children in Colombia are safe from violence and exploitation. Learn more and join us in creating a brighter future for vulnerable children and youth through building safer communities and stronger families.

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