Kasech was living a nightmare—kidnapped, trafficked, and only 14 years old
Right now, an estimated 160 million children around the world are being used for child labor. Every year, that number grows by an estimated 700,000 children. We believe that family is the answer.
Landlord sees renting to refugees as "investing globally"
Shoni is a landlord who is passionate about providing a safe home for refugee tenants. With multiple properties, Shoni rents to refugees because she views investing in them as an opportunity to invest globally.Play
"What are you going to leave behind?"
When Cesar and Alexia saw news reports of unaccompanied children housed in detention center cages, they were moved to become short-term immigrant foster parents. Over a year a half, they’ve provided a temporary home to more than 60 children from nearly a dozen Central and South American countries.Play
"Somehow, I want to give back"
Motivated by their own immigrant experiences, Sarah and Mario live out their faith by welcoming refugee and immigrant children into their home. As short-term immigrant foster parents, they provide a safe, temporary home for children waiting to be reunified with their family in the U.S.Play
"When you choose family, some pretty cool things can happen"
Silas and Hannah’s first parenting experience has been caring for a Guatemalan girl through long-term immigrant foster care. In this video, learn how the couple saw the migration crisis as an opportunity to make an impact in a child’s life, what it takes to be a foster parent to an immigrant child, and how their faith motivates them to love their neighbor.Play
Showing welcome to an Afghan teen
Anna and Chuliang became licensed as foster parents just as the withdrawal from Afghanistan began in 2021. They welcomed an Afghan teen into their family shortly after. In this video, Anna and Chuliang share the special bond between their son, Henry, age 4, and their foster teen. Chuliang also shares how his experience as an immigrant from China informs their parenting.Play
Bethany Christian Services names new President and Chief Executive Officer
After an extensive vetting and interview process, Bethany’s Board of Directors unanimously selected Cureton based on his decades of expertise in global corporate leadership, experience with faith-based nonprofits, and personal lived experience serving at-risk youth.
Mental health is at the heart of all we do
Stronger mental health services build stronger families that protect the well-being of children and youth. That’s why, with a mission to protect children, empower youth, and strengthen families we cannot ignore mental health. It’s integrated into every service we provide and always pays back. Whether rescuing a child from trafficking in Ethiopia, assisting refugees walking through Colombia, empowering youth in Haiti to overcome systemic poverty, or stabilizing families in Ghana──mental health is at the heart of all we do.