Delivering hope
during a crisis.

No one should have to choose between feeding their family and paying their rent, yet thousand do. We're here to make sure there's always food on the table, sheets on the bed, and hope in their hearts.

Help make a difference to families in crisis

Our mission is to provide nutritious, healthy food, and personal hygiene products, to help families during this time of COVID crisis.

We’re bringing things like toilet paper, and hand sanitizer, along with meat, vegetables, and shelf-stable products so families can safely shelter in place.

Thanks to you, we are able to provide wrap-around supports designed to bridge the gap to self-sufficiency for families in crisis. Your support helps empower economic stability, better health, and food security - to raise the standard of living, improve the quality of life, and restore dignity, and hope to those in need.

Thank you!

About Us

What is our goal in the long run?

We build stronger, happier, and safer communities by empowering our clients to be sustainably self-sufficient. We do this by offering to program and collaborating with the best of other local providers to create opportunities for economic change. Our goal is the create a model program that can be duplicated in other areas.

Our Mission

Bridge to Hope offers comprehensive wrap-around supports designed to create food security, improve health, nutritional and economic outcomes, and that bridge the gap to self-sufficiency for economically disadvantaged and in-crisis households; to raise the quality of life, standard of living & restore dignity & hope to those in need.

Our Services


About Our Food Program




Home, Health & Education


Ways to Give


Bridge to Hope is involved in ongoing efforts to help our neighbors recover. We are still working on rebuilding efforts in the Bahamas by shipping $.5 million and counting in building materials directly to affected areas. Thank you for continuing to support the recovery until the job is done.

Our Partners


Other Partners

Letters Carriers Union, Local 106