The Bridge Project Donor FAQ
We are incredibly grateful for the generosity of past and current donors. Your contributions have provided transformative evidence-based programming to young people living in Denver’s public housing communities. Sadly, The Bridge Project will cease operations in 2021 due to financial challenges that were further compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic.
We remain committed to the children, youth and families who have been served by The Bridge Project. We are implementing thoughtful transitional programming, and the integration of Bridge students into other strong and effective youth-serving organizations is underway. We will also continue to honor existing post-secondary scholarships until students complete their education. If you are a recent or ongoing donor, your contributions are still needed to support virtual programming, transition planning and post-secondary scholarships.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you still accepting donations to support The Bridge Project?
Yes, The Bridge Project will be accepting donations through December 31, 2020. Approximately $100,000 is needed to support programming in 2020–21 and existing scholarship commitments.
How will my recent Bridge Project donation be used?
Since The Bridge Project programming will continue virtually in the 2020–21 academic year, your donation will continue to support Bridge’s effective, evidence-based programming and existing scholarship commitments.
I have a recurring donation set up to support The Bridge Project. What will happen with that donation?
We will contact all recurring Bridge Project donors to discuss options for their ongoing support. Please email Erica Bertschy with any questions.