Become a Friend of Bethphage and Support a Local Charity this Christmas!

Bethphage are proud to support adults with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs in Shrophsire and the West Midlands to live the lives they choose.

You can help your local charity this Christmas by becoming a “Friend of Bethphage”. 

You can support us in anyway you choose; from subscribing to our newsletter, following us on Facebook and sharing our posts, attending or helping out at our events, responding to our calls to action,  making small donations towards our projects or just spreading the word about Bethphage!

Your donations will make a direct difference to the people we support, from film equipment to a ride on lawn mower for Oak Farm, we have a range of projects you will be supporting. 

Become a friend today and you can claim your exclusive “Friends of Bethphage” pin badge. 

Learn more about Friends of Bethphage below, and don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter below for updates! 

Latest Bethphage News

Local Artist Celebrates Eglantyne Jebb

Local Artist Celebrates Eglantyne Jebb

Local Artist and Ellesmere Library Assistant, Sally, is creating an illustrated booklet for the people of Ellesmere to celebrate the life and times of local hero and co-founder of “Save the Children”, Eglantyne Jebb.

Read more to see a sneak preview…

Shared Lives celebrate another successful Drop In

Shared Lives celebrate another successful Drop In

As part of Bethphage 30th birthday celebrations, we are hitting the road, visiting some of our fantastic services, starting with Shropshire Shared Lives.

Check out Development Manager, Alice Blakeman’s blog.

Thomas Triumphs at Film Festival

Thomas Triumphs at Film Festival

Thomas’ film, “Racism: The Ugly Face of Football”, created as a part of our “BeDirect” film project, was recently screened at the Borderlines Film Festival!


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