The average age
of a homeless child in
Bridge of Hope
is 5 years of age.
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 2021-22
Parents and Children Served
of Families are Living in Safe and Sustainable Housing When They Exit the Program
of Neighboring Volunteers Increased Their Understanding of Family Homelessness and/or Experienced a Positive Relationship With the Family
Stories of Hope
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...Read Full Story
It’s the poor in America that aren’t doing well. That’s why Bridge of Hope’s ministry is so key. We’ve never seen anything like it anywhere else in the country. It’s an answer to prayer. Bridge of Hope is surrounding moms and helping them get their lives back together; absolutely a gift from on high! We desperately need churches that start to focus outward and support ministries like Bridge of Hope to help the poor help themselves.
Tom and Christine Sine, Authors and Speakers