Don't miss our latest blog about our Intern Caleb and his time at Camp Lookout with some of our students! https://www.thebeth.org/www/blog/viewpost/41/community-highlight-
This month our Star Student is Comora! Comora leads by example and sets the bar high. She is a kind, happy, and respectful girl who enjoys dancing, singing, and cutting up with her friends. We are proud to have Comora as a student at the Beth! #thebeth #starstudent
We had such a fun time at the 1885 Charity Giveback Night yesterday! Thank you to 1885 Grill, Debbie Boggs, Juliet and Brad Jackson, Jennifer Hewitt Johnson, Gloria Dubose, Shari Jaciel, our board of directors, Greg Funderburg, Elaine Gunn, Reginald Smith, and everyone who attended and helped make the event a success. We appreciate all of your support!
We would like to thank BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee for helping us prepare to serve over 125 children. Summer is quickly approaching so this will help us get ready for Jump STArt Camp here at the Bethlehem Center. We appreciate your hard work and dedication and look forward to seeing you all soon! #ThankYouTeamBlue
We want to thank the Southside Council of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce and Mosquito Authority for donating food from today's meeting to the Read to Lead afterschool program. Our students were so excited to have food catered from Chili's Grill & Bar in the program today!
Tomorrow is the first day of the Empowered to Connect Conference! Here’s a sneak peek of the Trust-Based Relational Intervention method that will be discussed during the conference! Purchase your ticket here: https://bit.ly/2I8dG6D
We spent Hamilton County Department of Education spring break with over 40 kids at Camp Lookout. It was a huge blessing to see them get to know each other and experience some amazing things like high ropes courses, team building activities, and waterfalls.
Special thanks to Metropolitan Ministries, Camp Lookout, Toriq Johnson, Welcome to Westside (WMBC-CHATTANOOGA,TN), C-Grimey, Don Washburn, Scenic City Angel, and everyone who helped make it possible.
We couldn't have done it without your time, financial support, and prayers!
Have dinner at 1885 Grill on April 23 from 4-8 p.m. to support the Bethlehem Center! Proceeds from the evening will benefit our programs for children and families in our community. Invite your family and friends!
Empower Chattanooga is hosting their energy workshop tomorrow at the Beth at 6pm! Learn how to save miney on your utility bill and receive a free energy savings kit!
For more info: www.empowerchattanooga.com or call 423-648-0963
If you work or live with children who have experienced adoption, foster care, or any form of trauma, then our Empowered to Connect Conference at Hixson United Methodist Church is for you! Learn the Trust- Based Relational Intervention method and other tips on how to better serve these children. Buy your ticket today! https://bit.ly/2I8dG6D
We are one week away from the Empowered to Connect Conference! Learn how to better serve children dealing with adoption, foster care, and different types of trauma. Buy your ticket here: https://www.thebeth.org/www/cal/april/2018/event/114:1523674799
Here's a clip of 1ne Chance sharing his testimony and encouraging our children and families about the power of the resurrection at our Easter event. #tbt
Thanks to everyone who made the Thrill of the Hunt Easter event possible. We could not have planned it without your time and donations, and you helped us serve at least 50 children and families!
We appreciate you David Lynn Brackett, Mike Mitchell, Red Bank United Methodist Church, 1ne Chance, Steven C. Allert, Rachel DeVore, Shari Jaciel, Jennifer Hewitt Johnson,and everyone else who helped us get ready for #Easter 2018. #TBT
Serve children impacted by adoption, foster care, and other forms of trauma by learning the Trust - Based Relational Intervention method at the Empowered to Connect Conference at Hixson United Methodist Church.
Our April Fools Flash Sale is being extended!
Purchase your tickets for 50% off here: https://bit.ly/2I8dG6D
The Beth is always looking for enthusiastic volunteers who love kids and want to help make a difference! If that sounds like you, visit our website here: https://www.thebeth.org/3/get-invovled
Tomorrow is the Thrill of the Hunt Easter event! Come enjoy Noah’s little Ark petting zoo, an egg hunt, and a special guest. Come to the Beth at 4 p.m. to find out more!
Learn how to better serve children impacted by adoption, foster care, and other forms of trauma at the Empowered to Connect Conference on April 13 & 14 at Hixson United Methodist Church.Tickets are now 50% off until April 1st at 11:59 p.m. EST! Purchase your ticket here: https://bit.ly/2I8dG6D
Read our latest blog featuring Ms. Jordan, one of our awesome after-school teachers!
We have great news! Empowered to Connect tickets are on sale until April 1st! Buy yours today! https://bit.ly/2I8dG6D
This month’s Star Student is Zion! Zion started coming to the Beth in the middle of the year. He quickly learned what was expected of him and set a standard for other students to follow. He doesn't conform to the behavior of those around him, and when he is disciplined he responds by doing what he is told. We are so proud to have Zion at the Beth!
This Saturday, March 31 at the Beth from 4 - 6 p.m. is our Thrill of the Hunt Easter event! Enjoy an egg hunt, Noah’s Little Ark petting zoo, music, and more! The deadline to donate your candy( no chocolate, please) is Tuesday, March 27.
Did you know that children who experience early adversities have a high risk of trauma symptoms and behavioral problems? Thankfully, there’s hope! Using the Trust - Based Relational Intervention method with your child can help improve his or her social, mental, physical, and emotional development. Learn more about the TBRI method at the Empowered to Connect Conference!
Our Wish List
Read to Lead Academy Needs:
- Paper Towels
- Hand sanitizer
- Small dry erase boards/dry erase markers
- Water bottles
- Montessori Materials -Find here
- White board with marker tray
- Bookshelf and two bean bags
- Tennis Balls for the chair legs
- Sanitizing wipes
- Hand held musical instruments
- Hot chips
- Drink pouches
- Paper towels
- Facial tissue
- Antibacterial wipes
- Board games
- Sensory tools (fidgets, weighted blankets, gum, fidget cubes--NO fidget spinners!)
Funding for Rachel and Gracie to attend TBRI in Classrooms Training
Food Pantry Needs:
Canned meats, fruits, vegetables & tomatoes
1 lb bags of rice or minute rice
Mac & cheese
Community Connection Needs:
Game prizes for adults
( journals, home decor, etc)