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Thank YOU for making SOS 2014 a success!

They came, they saw the thermometer, and they slept outside anyway. Thanks to nearly 2,000 Sleep Out Saturday participants and committed friends of Bridge Communities, more than 110 homeless families will have a better, brighter future. 357 more words

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Let's Celebrate!

It’s been 25 years since Mark Milligan and Bob Wahlgren set out to help one homeless family turn their life around.  Since then, they evolved that mission into what’s now Bridge Communities, one of the nation’s leading organizations dedicated to helping homeless families achieve their dreams of self-sufficiency. 149 more words

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5th Annual Glen Ellyn Backyard BBQ Cook-Off

In the past five years, Glen Ellyn has fallen in love with the Annual Glen Ellyn Backyard BBQ Cook-Off.  It’s no surprise.  These guys really know how to cook up an event! 336 more words

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Volunteer to Help Kids Achieve Brighter Futures

Do you have a passion for kids?  do you have a few hours to spare each month?  We need YOU!

Bridge Communities needs volunteers interested in working with school age children for its Learning Resource Centers in Naperville and Westmont. 124 more words

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100+ Women Who Care about Bridge Communities

At their most recent meeting in July, Naperville’s 100+ Women Who Care selected Bridge Communities as the recipient of that quarter’s donations.

At each meeting, three worthy causes are nominated by members of 100+ WWC. 144 more words

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Texas' Newest Rose

Texas is getting a beautiful new rose to add to its collection – our dear client graduate, Lucy. We recently heard some great news from Lucy that we couldn’t wait to share with you. 200 more words

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It All Adds Up to Fun at DAAWN's Math Camp

DuPage Academic Achievement Workgroup Network (DAAWN) hosted Math Camp at Bridge Communities’ Westmont Learning Resource Center June 17th through June 28th.  At Math Camp, kids from the community, including four Bridge kids, worked at stations, rotating every 20 minutes.  133 more words

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