Partnering With You for a Healthier Community

At its core, Bridges of Hope was created to bridge gaps and connect people to resources; and the newly-launched Self-Healing Communities Project takes that work to the next level. It’s designed to improve health and social outcomes for people by reducing and ultimately preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences, or “ACEs.” One of our aims is to increase the community’s... Continue Reading →

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New Staff to Join Self-Healing Communities Efforts

Written by Jenny Holmes & Kassie Heisserer On the heels of announcing a new community collaborative project, Bridges of Hope has announced the addition of two new staff to help support this endeavor: Tom Gonzalez and Amy M. Wyant have been named Project Coordinators to support the Self-Healing Communities Project and will begin their positions in... Continue Reading →

Sara Jo’s Moment

Sara Jo is a single parent of two school-age girls. She had recently been divorced and was living with her mother, something she never thought she would do again, since moving out after high school. Although she appreciated her mother's willingness to take her and the girls in, Sara Jo knew that she and her... Continue Reading →

Pinkies up! It’s time for Tea

The Bridges of Hope Afternoon Tea for Hope is just around the corner. With a new venue, sure to ‘stir’ excitement, this is a fantastic event for a fabulous cause!Sipping tea got me thinking about proper teatime etiquette. Obviously, the Afternoon Tea isn’t necessarily a formal affair; however, gloves and hats have been spotted at... Continue Reading →

A Glowing Success – 2016 Run for Hope

Post by Jenny Holmes, guest blogger. ----------------------------------------------- Over 100 adult runners and walkers, along with kids of all ages, recently participated in the ‘Run for Hope,’ a glow-in-the-dark event to raise money for Bridges of Hope. For a complete list of finishers, visit the Run for Hope 5K results page at http://bit.ly/RFHresults. The fourth-annual Run for Hope was held... Continue Reading →

Liz’s Moment

Liz is a 45 year-old with bright green eyes and an infectious personality whose dream was to move out of a group home and into her own place. Liz would call our office almost like clockwork once a month, requesting help with either gas, clothing, or furniture. Each month, we would kindly remind Liz that all of those... Continue Reading →

Just Over Four Weeks To Go!

We’re already 4 weeks into our 2015 Bridges of Hope "I Hope" fall fundraising campaign, and we have been blown away by the generosity of so many individuals who believe in the power of this organization--and in the power of how, together, we can make a difference in the lives of countless people throughout our... Continue Reading →

Storm 2015 Relief Efforts & Resource Updates

[Last updated: 7/28/15] Bridges of Hope is helping to coordinate some of the relief efforts following the major storm that hit the Lakes Area on 7/12/15. We will be doing our best to keep this post updated regularly during the clean-up process. Please call our office if you need help at 218.825.7682. We are a... Continue Reading →

Summer Donations at Common Goods

Summer time is upon us which means two things at Common Goods: Garage sale season and increased donations. Because of this, I have a couple of questions to ask you: Do you have great items just sitting around that you no longer have any use for? Have you recently had a garage sale or plan on having... Continue Reading →

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