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Lydia Place invites you to attend their virtual art auction on Friday, May 8th from 4-6pm. Bid on dozens of exclusive art pieces donated by local artists and hear from Lydia Place staff and partners the importance of Lydia Place’s Mental Health Program. The event is free to attend, but register ahead of time to receive important event updates and faster entry into the auction.
Click here to register or donate a piece of art to the auction.
 
All proceeds of the event go to support Lydia Place programs and services.

Click here to register!

Join in the fun at this charitable bowling event by participating on 1 of 5 “KingPin” teams competing* to become the ultimate champion at this year’s Bowling for Beds event! A fun, family-friendly bowling event to help raise emergency hotel funds for Lydia Place.

Last year Lydia Place spent over $100,000 in hotel expenses to remove families with children and expectant mothers from inhabitable and/or dangerous living conditions. Although these emergency hotel stays are not allocated in our budget, we felt we had to step up and do the right thing. We need your support to help build our emergency fund for 2020, so when a crisis involving children arises, we can keep saying “Yes,” and be a immediate lifeline to families in need.

*No bowling skills required, just a healthy pinch of competition for a good cause. Sign up to bowl with your family, friends, or make new friends while supporting a great cause for our local neighbors in need.

Each ticket includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, food, and 2 drink tickets.

We have 1 lane reserved for children 12 and under (free). Supervision is required.

More details to follow.

Join in the fun at this charitable bowling event by participating on 1 of 5 “KingPin” teams competing* to become the ultimate champion at this year’s Bowling for Beds event! A fun, family-friendly bowling event to help raise emergency hotel funds for Lydia Place.

Last year Lydia Place spent over $30,000 in hotel expenses to remove families with children and expectant mothers from inhabitable and/or dangerous living conditions. Although these emergency hotel stays are not allocated in our budget, we felt we had to step up and do the right thing. We need your support to help build our emergency fund for 2019, so when a crisis involving children arises, we can keep saying “Yes,” and be a immediate lifeline to families in need.

*No bowling skills required, just a healthy pinch of competition for a good cause. Sign up to bowl with your family, friends, or make new friends while supporting a great cause for our local neighbors in need.

Each ticket includes 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, food, and 2 drink tickets.

We have 1 lane reserved for children 12 and under (free). Supervision is required.

Tickets are available now at www.lydiaplace.org/artforhousing

Join us at the Sylvia Center for the Arts on May 3rd for an Opening Night celebration of art and live theatre at this year’s Art for Housing fundraiser sponsored by Ben Kinney Companies benefiting Lydia Place!

Doors open at 5:30pm with a Pre-Show Silent Auction Art Exhibition accompanied with delicious food and drink by Bellingham Cider Co.

Then get ready for the premier performance of Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando in collaboration with Rich Brown from Western Washington University’s Theatre and Dance department.

This Art for Housing event falls on the First Friday of the summer season and has limited tickets, so if you’re a lover of the arts don’t miss this special one night event!

Keep the love and community magic alive at Hearts for Housing THE POWER OF LOVE 30th Anniversary gala, dinner, and auction, Saturday, February 9th, 2019. Our annual Valentine inspired sell-out event raises awareness and essential financial support for hundreds of local households in need. Join us as we journey back in time through three incredible decades for an evening filled with joy, tears, inspiration, and holograms; helping to ensure bright and healthy futures for local families for 30 more years to come.

Tickets available soon!

Help raise awareness and funds for families experiencing homelessness at the 3rd annual Humor for Housing presented by Pysden Team at Caliber Home Loans, an evening of improv, hors d’oeuvres, and libations at The Upfront Theatre in Downtown Bellingham. Doors open at 6PM with pre-show entertainment provided by Bellingham comedian, Lisa Curtis. Show begins at 7PM. Many thanks to our sponsors Pysden Team at Caliber Home Loans, Birch Equipment, San Juan Cable, A Taste Of Elegance, Kulshan Brewing, Cascadia Weekly, and OH SNAP! Photography.

Admission

Single Ticket: $40 – Includes pre-event entertainment, goodie bag, and complimentary appetizers.

Table of 4: $175 – Admission for four guests plus a custom bottle of “Humor For Housing” wine or 4 cans of Kulshan Brewing beer! Admission includes pre-event entertainment, goodie bag, and complimentary appetizers.

– A Ciao Thyme Commons Experience

We are SEEING PINK with this special evening at Ciao Thyme Commons featuring the jazz of the Julian MacDonough Trio, heavy appetizers and mouth watering fare by Chef Mataio Gillis, paired cocktails, and delicious sweets from Saltadena. ADDED BONUS! Seeing PINK attendees can choose to upgrade to a combo ticket that includes the Ciao Thyme experience and a ticket to Pink Martini at Mount Baker Theatre at 7PM. Event proceeds benefit Lydia Place, working to disrupt the cycle of homelessness and promote sustained independence for current and future generations.

How can you help? Buy a ticket and enjoy a brew, good eats, and live music!

This year Bellingham Bay Rotary Club has significantly committed proceeds from the 2017 Brewers By The Bay event to benefit Lydia Place and Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services capital projects as well as helping many other youth and family-focused charities throughout Whatcom County.

In addition to the fine microbrews of the Northwest, they will feature food trucks and live music at a fabulous outdoor summer venue.