Here’s how Bridge of Hope helps local mothers experiencing homelessness
April 22, 2021
Ethan Dunnenberger never expected to find joy during a worldwide pandemic. But the Temple University graduate discovered helping someone else was the surest way to help himself, especially after COVID-19 prompted him to move home to Lancaster and work virtually as a business videographer and consultant. “It’s hard to be grateful,” he says. “This hasn’t been the best year.”
Life, however, improved considerably when Ethan Dunnenberger started volunteering for Bridge of Hope, a Malvern-based national Christian charity that guides homeless women with children into housing and financial security. He joined five members of his church, Ascension Lutheran in Willow Street, to form a group of “neighboring volunteers.” After completing online training, they began a two-year commitment in September to mentor a single mother and her three children in Lancaster.
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