Bridge of Hope SD works to provide furniture, clothing and food to families who are sent to us from local San Diego agencies.
Our resources and programs also extend to help special groups including; the elderly, poor, single parents, veterans, and people with disabilities.
We are currently supplying food to approximately 1500 families, and approximately 300 adults and children enter our clothing closet per month.
Bridge of Hope SD is a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening families in the midst of transition. Transition can mean many things – escaping domestic violence, overcoming homelessness, facing a family crisis, fleeing a war-torn country, defeating a drug addiction, or coping with any situation that causes vulnerability and uncertainty. We are here as a safe haven, a support group, and a gathering place for those in need.
Bridge of Hope SD works directly with agency caseworkers who refer their clients to us on a weekly basis, and also serves the general public with food and clothing assistance. Through our programs, refugees, the elderly, poor, single parents, veterans, people with disabilities, underprivileged children, and families in crisis are able to find hope in dire circumstances. They are uplifted by the realization that they are not invisible, and gain access to the tangible support they need to conquer their challenges.