Perpetual Help Home, Inc.
Are you ready to Make ‘em laugh?
Our annual Make ‘Em Laugh comedy show will be help April 4, 2019 at the Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts.
The show will be emceed by Summer Shine, owner of Luna Juice Bar (Waco) followed by world-renowned comedian Bob Stromberg. Bob is guaranteed to get you laughing with his family-friendly show.
Show time: 8 - 10 pm
Location: Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts (214 N. Main St., Victoria, TX 77901)
Price: $30/ticket or $50/pair
Purchase in-person at the Welder Center box office (hours M-F, noon-5:30) or online at: weldercenter.org.
Main House interior renovations are finished!
We are nearing full capacity as our Main House renovations are finished. We are so excited to show off our beautiful new home and are thankful for all of the grants and donations from both churches and individuals that made this re-birth possible!
Perpetual Help Home welcomes a new Executive Director
Perpetual Help Home has been providing housing and job skills development for women and children in our community for 22 years. For eighteen of those years, Cheryl Miller has been acting as the Executive Director. However, in December of 2017 Cheryl resigned from this ministry to launch her new business Quantum Circles Consulting and Training. While we are sad to see her leave we are so excited about this new venture. We are also confident she will excel in this new business based on her work these past two decades.
Judith Williams, served as the Interim Executive Director from January- July of 2018. She has now left PHH to pursue her dream of being a Licensed Professional Counselor. She still serves PHH on the Board of Directors.
On June, 18 PHH welcomed their new Executive Director, Bethany Castro. Bethany recently graduated from Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service with a degree in Nonprofit Management. Prior to beginning work at PHH she was a high-school science teacher for 8 years. Bethany and her husband Ruben live in Goliad with their one-year-old daughter, Alaska. Bethany stated, “I know that God has placed me here for a reason & I can’t wait to see how He’s going to continue to use PHH to transform the lives of women across the Victoria area.”