Barnes & Noble Bookfair Supporting Bethany Hill Place
Saturday, February 25th 
1 Worcester Road, Framingham (Shoppers World)

Come visit us at the Barnes & Noble Store between 11a - 6pm to say hello and get your Barnes & Noble Bookfair voucher. 10% of all your purchases that day will support Bethany Hill Place!

Our Reading Club will also be there for the 5pm Teen Writing Workshop with Ashland resident and author of Beyond the Waterfall, Eryn Flynn. Eryn is a local student who published her first novel at the age of 14. Bring your kids to learn about writing!

Can't make it to the store? Check out our online wish list. Buy a book for a resident and a few for yourself!


Every donation, no matter the size, helps create positive change in the lives of our residents.

Make a gift of:

  • $20 to pay for a family’s transportation in an emergency
  • $200 to give a child residing at Bethany Hill Place a two-week summer camp experience
  • $400 to create a scholarship for a course with trade certification at a local technical school
  • $1000 to provide a year’s worth of individualized education counseling for four adults

Ways to Donate

General Donations

The Annual Fund is the cornerstone of philanthropic support at Bethany Hill Place and is the most direct way to make a positive impact on our residents’ lives.   A gift to the Annual Fund provides support for the activities listed above, provides seed money for new programs, and ensures continuation of our daily operations.

Corporate & Foundation Giving

Financial contributions from the corporate community are vital to our continued success. General Operating Support and Restricted Grants for specific programs enable us to bring important educational resources and experiences to our residents each year.  Corporate gifts are acknowledged on our website, in our annual report and in our newsletter, as well as in event invitations and programs where appropriate. 

Tributes & Memorials

Consider making a gift in honor or memory of a friend or loved one or for a special occasion, such as a birthday or an anniversary.

The Mary Mitchell Fund for Education

The Mary Mitchell Fund for Education was established by friends and supporters of Bethany Hill Place to sustain the legacy of Mary Mitchell, our Associate Program Director who retired this year after 15 years at Bethany Hill.  A gift to the Fund honors Mary's love for, and commitment to, the work of helping people realize their life goals.  The Fund will both complement and enable a wide range of mission-driven programming for our residents of all ages.  Please be sure to indicate 'Mary Mitchell Fund' on your check or in the Notes section of the online payment system.