One of Omaha’s newest businesses is already giving back to the community. Thursday HomeGoods delivered a $5,000 check to the Bethlehem House.
The Bethlehem House is a 12 bedroom home, fully equipped to help women through their pregnancy. The donation comes at a time when the house could really use assistance and it can be used to help for operating costs.
“Every donation large or small is critical and so important in order for us to reach out to the community and get those ladies in here and serve as many as we can,” said Executive Director Mary Crosby.
The Bethlehem House is always taking donations. Just this week ConAgra employees donated three truck loads of furniture for the home.
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