Relationship with Mt. Bethel
Mt. Bethel has supported Wellspring Living, a mission for women and girls who have been or are at risk for sexual abuse and trafficking, for many years. Through financial support, group service days, and helping build and furnish their tiny house transitional housing, we are providing opportunities for victims to receive hope and healing.
In the last 12 months, Wellspring Living has served 343 youth and women across its four residential and two community-based programs. Wellspring Living offers a therapeutic and educational residential programs, survivors regain joy, hope, and healing in their lives, encouraging them to break the destructive cycle of abuse.
How You Can Help
Wellspring Living owns and operates five upscale resale stores to help support the cost of the organization. The stores are run by volunteers who work a four-hour shift one or two days a week. This is a fun, easy, and rewarding way to support Wellspring. From accepting and sorting donations to helping customers or running the cash register, anyone can help. Wellspring Treasures accepts donations of new or gently used women’s and children’s clothing, toys, furniture, and home décor.
- Participant volunteers:* apply to volunteer directly with participants.
- Speakers bureau: apply to speak on behalf of Wellspring.
- Group Serve Days: get a group together to help with maintenance, cleaning, and other projects (men allowed, but no children under 14).
- Box Buddies: get a group together to pack goodie boxes for participants.
*Direct contact with participants requires an application and interview process with background check