This site is dedicated to the most humane work of Ms Louise Lynip who founded the children's home and until the 4th July 2006 at the age of 94 continued to participate in it's management. The home cares for orphaned and abandoned children and offers love, security and
an opportunity to be brought up in a christian environment.

Sunday, June 13, 2010


Marilou representing (ELCI) along with Atty Chemene Nacua, Chairperson of BCHC Inc, Rachel Sulatan, House Parent and the children from Bethany Home who received their school supplies.

Recently, we visited Bethany Home to hand over school supplies to children attending Bethany School. The school supplies were donated by the Expat Ladies Charity Inc (ELCI). Along with the donations to the Bethany Home children there are additional school supplies given to all children who attend Bethany School.
Marilou representing (ELCI) along with Mrs Glory May Maagad, Grade School Teacher and the children from Bethany School who received their school supplies.

I learned today that some children from the Barrios and the Town are transferring to the National High School because their parents cannot afford the tuition fees. It’s such a shame as Bethany School provides an excellent standard of education.

If any of my readers would like to sponsor a student please let me know and I will give you details of cost, etc and how you can help. Bethany deserves to survive but only you can make it happen. Please donate today.

Thursday, June 10, 2010


Chairperson Atty Chemene Nacua and Greg Longcob watched by fellow board
members cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony.

Bethany held a ribbon cutting ceremony in Talakag last week to officially open for sale a small sub division of housing lots. The lots for sale are on a parcel of land that Bethany own but which it has no further use for.
For many years the land was rented to various farmers for cultivating corn but due to financial obligations the board decided to put the land up for sale in order to pay off some of its more pressing debts. When the sale is completed the financial status of BCHC Inc will be in better stead and its hoped that part of the funding raised after salary and other related outstanding bills are paid will go towards the maintenance of the Home and School. Although the sale of the land will help in the short term Bethany still requires donors old and new in order to face its longer term needs and asperations.