Friday, April 24, 2015, Bethanna held its annual Arbor Day Memorial Ceremony. For more than two decades, our ceremony honors the lives of Bethanna youth who passed away and the families who provided them with love, stability, and nurturing homes. There are now 58 maple and flowering cherry trees that line the Southampton campus. They […]
The Easter Bunny extended an invitation to a number of Bethanna’s families to join her at Raymour Flanigan in Southampton, PA on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. Pizza, candy, and gift baskets were available for all the children that attended. As a special bonus, the staff presented a check for $400 to Bethanna.
Christmas Day 2014 was everything a child could hope for when 40 local organizations, churches, businesses, and families contributed over $39,000 in gifts and toys to over 300 children in Bethanna’s care. The Christmas Wish campaign is an essential part of our effort to provide the very best support for our children and families in […]
Bethanna hosted the first Parent Café at the Girard Elementary School on Tuesday, November 18, 2014. The Parent Café is a great opportunity to make new friends, share ideas, learn about new resources, and meet our staff. For more information call 800-285-2435. Click here to view the current calendar of events.
On Monday, November 17, 2014, Bethanna’s Community Umbrella Agency, operating in South Philadelphia and Center City, accepted it first cases from DHS. With staff and systems ready to go, Bethanna is honored to participate in this new city-wide initiative.
On Tuesday, August 19, 2014, Bethanna’s Community Treatment Team hosted an evening event to honor caregivers who have persevered through challenging circumstances on behalf of the children in their care. These care givers–whether respite providers, foster, adoptive, or biological parents–are all individuals who represent resilience and tenacity in identifying and engaging in the treatment services […]
January 17, 2014, Bethanna selected by the Philadelphia Department of Human Services to serve as the Community Umbrella Agency (CUA) in South Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Department of Human Services (DHS) reached a major milestone in shifting the management of child welfare cases from the City to community-based organizations by selecting the seven agencies to oversee […]