DONATE TO THE BRIDGE FOUNDATION! (Recovery for Young People and Families!), Newtown Square, Friday, 23. August 2019

The Bridge Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation organized to provide asupportive community environment and “safe haven” for individuals for whomthe current societal systems have failed. The Bridge Foundation supports Recovery Housing and Programs, community programs, individuals with financial need and organizations helping young people and families who struggle with substance use disorder, mental health issues, and other challenges.
The Foundation’s target group consists primarily of individuals between the ages of 16and 26 and their families, including individuals who are in recovery or struggling withself-destructive behavior, and those not meeting their goals within the currenteducational institutions or workforce.
The Bridge Foundation is targeted to helping Youth and their families seeking direction,support, advice and choices for integrated healing within a community Partnerships are developed with local area treatment and support programsand community service organizations working in a collaborative Model. Areas ofpriority for funding include Transitional Housing, Coordination of Housing availabilitywith Community Service Projects, and development of a support group and socialnetwork that transcends any single physical individual placement as a critical element tolong-term recovery.
Your generous contribution will be used to support personal recovery, scholarship, programing and other functional needs of young people working on rebuilding their lives during transitional living.  Participation in these funded activities is invaluable in creating a strong, supportive community and experiencing fun in sober activities.  These two things keep people in recovery longer. 
Over the past three years, Bridge Funds have supported well over 300 young men and women on their journey of recovery.  We wanted to share with you some of the benefits afforded these young adults thanks to your generous contributions.

Academic Grants to for GED, Certificate Programs and College Credits
Bridge Grants for transition from treatmrnt to Recovery Housing
Personal Recovery and Finances Coaching (group and individual)
Recovery Support Meetings & Mentorship
Yoga and Mindfulness Training
Music and Art Therapy/Equine Therapy
Recreation and Teambuilding

The Bridge provides grants to help young people in Recovery, including Students who need a Safe Haven of Recovery housing and supportive services in order to maintain their Recovery in an effort to enable them to achieve stable, productive lives, and also supports community-based non-Treatment Social and Educational programming for young peope in Recovery to pursue their passions and lead a balanced, fun life.
Please help further our work helping young people and families in Recovery by making a tax deductible contribution.
Thank you for your support!
 
For further information:
Nancy Marcus Newman, President
(267) 908-KIDS 

thebridgefound@gmail.com
The Bridge Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization with Federal Taxpayer Identification Number #27-3836269.
The Bridge Foundation is a registered non-profit organization that relies on donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations for its programs. We greatly appreciate donations of all amounts. Your donations are tax deductible contributions to the extenta allowed by law.

Friday, 23. August 2019, Newtown Square, DONATE TO THE BRIDGE FOUNDATION! (Recovery for Young People and Families!)

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