Run for Hope – A Success!

Last Saturday, we partnered with the Journey North Community Church (TJN) to host the first-ever Run for Hope. It was a huge success! More than 140 people registered to walk or run and many others came to cheer us on. I was one of those 140 registered "runners." Flashback with me a few months ago.... Continue Reading →

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James & Molly’s Moment

Molly called Bridges of Hope earlier this year, in tears. She has just given birth the week before to her third precious child and explained that her husband, James, had been diagnosed with cancer early in her pregnancy. James was about to start his second round of chemo and they knew from experience this would... Continue Reading →

Fred-Mark Golf Tournament Raises $15,000

It was a chilly day for golf but the warmth for Bridges of Hope was more than present from the 200+ golfers at the 22nd Annual Fred-Mark Charity Golf Tournament. Our staff & board members had the opportunity to greet golfers in the morning & serve them lunch in the afternoon. We also hosted a... Continue Reading →

Jane & Sharon: Walking Side by Side

Our Side by Side Mentor Program is working to break down barriers and debunk stereotypes about poverty by building social capital in women. "What exactly IS social capital,"  you ask? Well, Oxford says it's a noun meaning "the networks of relationships among people who live and work in a particular society, enabling that society to... Continue Reading →

Something for Everyone

Ever wonder where you could buy a nearly-life-sized Orangutan Puppet? What about a Snowman Pinata? A bench made from a sleigh bed?  A purse made from an old children's book? A telescope? If you haven't guessed it yet, it's Common Goods! That's right--all of these things have been for sale at Common Goods at some... Continue Reading →

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