- Feb. 10, 2015
-- Beulah’s Place, a 501(c)(3)nonprofit organization that leads homeless teens from exploitation has announced their 2015 Advisory Board Members. Founded by Ed and Andi Buerger in 2009, Beulah’s Place created this power team of exceptional hearts and minds to complement its current Board of Directors. The implementation of this advisory board will help channel the organization's momentum into continued positive growth for both its program and its resources. Beulah's Place Advisory Board Member and noted Film Producer Gary W. Goldstein (Pretty Woman, Under Siege) said, “Beulah's Place offers safe passage and a fresh future to vulnerable youth facing days of uncertainty if not outright danger, embracing innovations to do what most non-profits wouldn’t consider possible. It's an honor to support their courage and leadership; to be a meaningful part of a desperately needed solution.”
Beulah’s Place is grateful to have these outstanding supporters and newest advisory board members: Alayna Weimer (http://www.walmart.com/store/2243
), General Manager, Redmond Walmart Supercenter Store #2243, Kristy Krugh (http://www.rmhcofcentraloregon.org/
),Executive Director, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Oregon, David L. Hancock (http://www.morganjamespublishing.com/
), Founder, Morgan James Publishing, Marcus Lopez (http://www.hollislopez.com/)
, Independent Associate, LegalShield, Gary W. Goldstein (http://www.garywgoldstein.com/)
, Film Producer (Pretty Woman, Under Siege), and Dr. Phillip Wallace (http://www.nwbrainandspine.com/)
, M.D., NW Brain & Spine.
This multi-talented team of professionals has generously provided work, wisdom and resources to the vision of Beulah's Place. The members' collective expertise fostered tremendous growth for the organization in 2014. They have created strategic paths which will foster continued expansion of outreach to the homeless youth population to rescue those in danger from further victimization by criminally exploitative predators, related and non-related.
s Place leads homeless teens away from abuse and sexual exploitation by criminals and predators. Beulah’s Place provides victims and at-risk kids help, healing, and most of all, hope. www.beulahsplace.org Beulah’s Place 1853 SW 23rd Street, Redmond OR 97756. Phone: 541.526.0445.