A mission of the Good Shepherd Catholic Parish
Can we count on your help
as we provide for those most in need?
The Bethlehem Center began in 1985 by Sister Ursula and Sister Kenneth. Formerly known as The Good News Center, the operations were renamed in 2011, when Good Shepherd Catholic Parish assumed responsibility.
Hunger in Tulare County is on the rise, with more individuals and families turning to The Bethlehem Center to get help. With food insecurity typically comes impossible trade-offs. In order to put food on the table, low-income families have to sacrifice another basic need that no one should have to live without.
With your support, by year’s end, our food pantry can provide 83,850 individuals with food commodities and serve 62,000 meals for a total of nearly 1,000 tons of food.
Remember that we provide support without judgement or the need to learn about faith. We want to provide a place of refuge and support.
We need your help in two major areas … financial and with any food products that you may have an abundance of.
To donate, using your credit card, please click here. To make your donation by check, please send it to:
The Bethlehem Center
506 N Garden St
Visalia, CA 93291
We would be honored to present information about the Bethlehem Center to any group or service organization.
If you would like to donate bulk food products, schedule a presentation, please call us at 559-734-1572