Bellingham Herald – September 16, 2015: The finalists are Kim Feerer (Cedar Tree Montessori School), Becky Raney (Print & Copy Factory), Siobhan Murphy (Thrive Business Group), Pam Reed (Alicia’s Bridal & Formal House), Emily O’Connor (Lydia Place), Carol Frazey (The Fit School) and Pinky Vargas (Bellingham City Council, Puget Sound Energy).
Cost $2,000 per bedroom To adopt the children’s group room, living room or dining area, please contact our business office. Benefit Continue your commitment to healthy living, ending poverty & positive childhood outcomes by becoming a legacy partner. Individual adopted room named in your honor or on behalf of a loved one, special group, or […]
Grow Northwest – July 25, 2015: For two months, more than 20 artists have sewed, glued, sparkled and glittered recycled and donated fabric, clothing and household goods to create their original art submission for The Downtown Upcycle ThrowDown, an art and sustainability challenge event created by Ragfinery and Wise Buys Community Thrift Store of Lydia Place.
Buffalo Exchange – July 13, 2015: Bellingham has many non-profits that benefit the homeless community. One of them, Lydia Place, holds an annual fundraiser with a fashion twist—Handbags for Housing. They reached out to local retail and resale shops and we were happy to be involved in this great event.
Whatcom Talk – July 6, 2015: The Lydia Place thrift store “Wise Buys” and Ragfinery are proud to present the debut of The Downtown Upcycle ThrowDown, an art and sustainable challenge event sponsored by Northwest Recycling, Inc. The event marks the first annual cooperative Upcycle Challenge featuring the two local and sustainably minded stores, coming together to […]
To get entry details about the collaborative art contest uniting Ragfinery and Wise Buys Community Thrift for the first EPIC art and sustainability challenge debuting this August at the Downtown Bellingham Art Walk, please click the link below!
Whatcom Talk – June 7, 2015: The 3rd annual Handbags for Housing was a rousing success, bringing together fashion, handbags, delicious bites and sips, and lots of smiles — all in support of Lydia Place and benefiting local homeless families.
Bellingham Herald/ Whatcom Magazine – June 2015: After 26 years of helping homeless families in Whatcom County, Lydia Place needs more elbow room. So the nonprofit agency in Bellingham is readying plans to add a second story above its offices to provide more space for staff, meetings and classes. The expansion could cost $400,000. Read […]
Whatcom Talk – May 14, 2015: Calling all up-cycled, re-styled and new-styled fashionistas! On June 4 from 5:00 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m., Lydia Place—along with event partners TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy and Whatcom County Association Of REALTORS—will host the third annual Handbags For Housing at the Downtown Bellingham Depot Market Square; an evening of fashion and […]
Bellingham Explorer – May 2015: Handbags for Housing; the annual Lydia Place fashion-oriented fundraiser looms large in the “passion for fashion” of hundreds of women following their hearts to make a difference and using the beautiful world of colors, textures and glamour to create a better reality for the families helped by Lydia Place.
The Lydia Place Re-Hab Project is now open for bidding! Applications will be accepted April 7 – April 28, 2015 at 1:30 PM. To: RMC Architects, 1223 Railroad Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225 Please click the link below to access our Advertisement To Bid Notice. Thank you for your interest and happy bidding!
Klipsun Magazine – March 15, 2015: After a year of planning, Lydia Place started a new program at the end of January 2015 called the Family Intervention Initiative. They’ve hired two people — a child therapist and a family intervention specialist/parenting educator — to provide flexible in-home support, therapy and resources for parents and children. […]