• A Message on Inauguration Day

    As we mark a new administration today, it’s our hope that we can all come together to strengthen the bonds of community and create a more just and peaceful society… (Read More)
  • New Blinds Provide Privacy and Security In The Shelter

    Volunteers from Excella Consulting gathered for a day of service to install new blinds in 32 windows at the shelter. The blinds were purchased with funds raised through Giving Tuesday this year, as well as a grant from the Home Depot Foundation. (Read More)
  • Local Farmer Reaches 100 Donation Milestone

    Groundworks Farm donates 75 pounds of produce a week to Bridges to Independence, and recently the farm made its 100th donation! Bridges receives enough from Groundworks to provide each family in the shelter with a large bag of fresh fruits and vegetables every week. (Read More)
  • 370 People Receive Gifts for the Holidays

    Thanks to the generosity of the community, over 370 people (representing 120 families) received gift cards to stores of their choice for the holidays… (Read More)
  • Bridges to Independence Receives Human Rights Award

    Bridges to Independence has been selected to receive Arlington’s highest human rights honor, the James B. Hunter award. The award honors individuals, community groups, non-profit organizations and businesses that promote cultural diversity and equal rights for all residents. (Read More)
  • Jennifer’s Story of Homelessness and Hope

    When I was released from prison a couple years ago, I had a young son and no reliable housing options. I am so grateful for how far I’ve come since then. (Read More)
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