Bellevue Lifespring seeking help for community


Bellevue LifeSpring is seeking individuals willing to join or join the organization as part of a neighbors helping neighbors program that empowers others to succeed and make lasting change.

Bellevue LifeSpring provides quick response services for thousands of struggling families and at-risk youth in Bellevue. Every year, the organization receives thousands of calls from people with eviction and utility shut-off notices looking for help. Many times, all that is needed is a small amount to prevent a tough situation from becoming significantly worse.

As part of its help, Bellevue LifeSpring meets with every emergency financial aid recipient, in their residence, to insure they are working hard to help themselves. No assistance is given unless the eviction or cut-off can be stopped and there is a reasonable plan in place to reach longer term stability.

More information about Bellevue LifeSpring’s programs and how to get involved is available at or by calling 425-451-1175.

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