Entries by Kyle Fuller

A Season of Service–Intern with Lydia Place

Each year, Lydia Place helps hundreds of local families break the cycle of homelessness, and each quarter, Lydia Place offers students and those interested in pursuing new fields of learning, internship positions that help to support their work and mission.  Internships range from human services, to marketing, to retail management. Internships offer the opportunity to […]

Bell Tower Almost Ready To Open Its Doors With Open Arms

Bells will be ringing! Excitement and growth are springing up left and right at Lydia Place as we prepare to officially open the doors of our newly renovated residential floor at our Bell Tower Campus! Bell Tower, a former church in the York Neighborhood, was acquired in September of 2016, and now houses our Parent […]

Emily O’Connor named ‘Wonder Woman’ by Bellingham Alive!

She might not wear a cape to work every day, but that didn’t stop Lydia Place Executive Director Emily O’Connor from being named our very own Wonder Woman in an article with Bellingham Alive! In the article O’Connor spoke about Lydia Place services, program development and balancing her work at Lydia Place with motherhood. One […]

Raising the Roof with the Gladstone Renovation

  Spring is here and Lydia Place is raising the roof, literally! For nearly three-decades, we have been committed to breaking the cycle of homelessness for families and their children while expanding to meet the needs the community, without increasing the physical footprint of our organization. To continue to support homeless families in Whatcom County, […]