Bethel Bible Village recently received funding from Truist Financial Corporation as part of its Lighthouse Project program. The funds were used to replace 13 major household appliances.
The appliances include four washers, four dryers, two refrigerators, a wall oven and a gas range. These are used daily in the residential cottages that house youth overcoming trauma and crisis at Bethel.
With many of Bethel’s existing appliances running on a wing and a prayer, this gift was a huge blessing. It benefits the ministry, but also the teens who learn essential life skills using these appliances.
Lori Mitchell from WRCB-TV shares the story:
The Lighthouse Project is a long-standing BB&T now Truist tradition that allows teammates to support local nonprofit organizations on projects to address critical community needs.
Learn more about Bethel and the trauma-informed care that empower at risk youth to overcome crisis and thrive.