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Bethany Christian Services Shares the Biden Administration’s Humanitarian Concerns about the Southern Border, but Urges it to Reconsider Expansion of Title 42 as Part of the Solution

1/6/2023 4:34:00 PM

Bethany Christian Services today urged the Biden administration to reconsider the expansion of Title 42 as it will now include people from Haiti, Cuba, and Nicaragua.

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Bethany Christian Services to Expand Refugee Resettlement Programs After New Designation as Voluntary Resettlement Agency

11/16/2022 7:00:00 AM

Bethany Christian Services today announced its designation as a national voluntary resettlement agency, joining nine other national resettlement organizations helping refugees seeking safety in the United States.

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Bethany Christian Services Applauds Commitment to Rebuilding United States Refugee Admissions Program

9/30/2022 2:37:00 PM

As more than 100 million people worldwide have been forced to flee their homes–including 31 million refugees–amidst the greatest displacement crisis in history, Bethany Christian Services applauds the Administration’s commitment to rebuild the United States Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP).

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Bethany Christian Services Receives Grant for Safe Families Program Chapters in Butler and Westmoreland Counties

8/8/2022 2:22:00 PM

Bethany Christian Services was awarded $25,000 by the Grifols Foundation for the Safe Families for Children program chapters in Butler and Westmoreland counties. Bethany’s Safe Families program offers a caring, compassionate community for families in need of extra help when navigating difficult circumstances.

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Bethany Christian Services Applauds Bipartisan Introduction of Afghan Adjustment Act

8/10/2022 11:04:00 AM

Bethany Christian Services praised the bipartisan introduction of the *Afghan Adjustment Act* in the United States Senate and House of Representatives, urging its swift passage through Congress and further action by President Biden to sign the bill into law.

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Bethany Christian Services Announces Bill Blacquiere as Interim Chief Executive Officer

7/19/2022 8:27:00 PM

Bethany Christian Services is pleased to announce Bill Blacquiere has been named interim Chief Executive Officer. Current president and CEO, Chris Palusky, will depart from the organization at the end of August 2022 when he will return to international humanitarian work. Blacquiere previously served Bethany for 35 years, his last 12 years as the head of the organization until his retirement in 2018. Bethany’s Board of Directors, led by Mark Augustyn, will work closely with CarterBaldwin Executive Search to find the next Chief Executive Officer.

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Fontana: Local Organizations to Receive $3.8 Million in State Grants

EIN Presswire

HARRISBURG, June 9, 2022 − Organizations that work to promote public safety and victim advocacy in the 42nd Senate District will receive more than $3.8 million

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TC Commissioners Pass Resolution of Support to Bethany Christian Services For Their Work Helping Ukraine Refugees

9&10 News

Traverse City Commissioners passed a resolution Tuesday in support of Bethany Christian Services as they help house Ukraine refugees. Bethany Christian Services received support from commissioners as they apply for a grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Reception and Placement Program. Bethany Christian Services has been helping refugees in the region long before Ukraine was even a country. Traverse...

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Resolution focuses on bringing Ukraine refugees to Traverse City

Up North Live

GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) -- Traverse City commissioners will discuss a resolution in support of bringing refugees from Ukraine to northern Michigan. At the City Commission meeting Monday, commissioners will consider a request from Mayor Richard Lewis to approve a resolution in support of Bethany Christian Service. Bethany Christian Service submitted an application to the United States Department of State to resettle refugees from Ukraine in Traverse City.

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City approves budget

Traverse City Record Eagle

TRAVERSE CITY — After months of planning, debate and controversy, Traverse City has its spending plan for the next 12 months.

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