Be a Bridge of Hope


Whether ​you ​are ​an ​individual, ​Christian ​agency ​or ​faith ​community, ​you ​can ​make ​a difference ​in ​ending ​family ​homelessness. ​Start ​making ​an ​impact ​and ​get ​involved:

CELEBRATING LIVES IMPACTED IN FISCAL YEAR 2019-20

247

Women and Children Served (Including a Few Dads/Men)

400

Neighboring Volunteers

49

Average Days to Move into Stable Housing

16

Average Months Families who Completed the Program were Served

Stories of Hope

Nayr’s Story

Nayr’s life had hit a dead end. Despite a full-time job, she was stuck, living out of their car with no prospects of improvement save one: Bridge of Hope. Participation would require her to let down her guard and trust others, she knew. Would Nayr, who prided herself for her independence, be able to open up and accept help?

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The name 'Bridge of Hope' describes exactly what they do for homeless single Moms. I believe ‘hope’ is the cry of every single Mom as they cross the bridge into the unknown and scary journey of single parenting. When there is nothing left to live for, ‘hope’ is a beautiful gift given by the staff and [Neighboring Volunteers] at Bridge of Hope.

Anne Beiler, Founder, Auntie Anne's, Inc.