Bridge Communities, Inc. Press releases1 - 10 of 26 Press Releases
May 17, 2013
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn proclaims Glen Ellyn Backyard BBQ Cook-Off as official state competition, allowing winners to qualify for national competitions and giving high status to the growing event.
May 13, 2013
Saturday, June 15th, six glorious gardens will be on display in the Glen Ellyn Garden Walk. All proceeds benefit the homeless families in Bridge Communities' Transitional Housing Program.
May 07, 2013
Bridge Communities, a transitional housing program for homeless families, earned a gold Hermes Creative Award for its 2011 annual report.
Mar 12, 2013
Two extraordinary women will be honored at Celebrating Women…Transforming Lives, a luncheon celebration on Friday, April 26 at Danada House in Wheaton.
Nov 05, 2012
November 2012 marks the kick off of Bridge Communities' 25th anniversary celebratory year. The celebration began at Sleep Out Saturday and continue with events, programs and stories about Bridge Communities' transitional housing program.
Oct 23, 2012
Bridge Communities is seeking auto donations for homeless families in its Transitional Housing Program. Cars are needed for clients to get to and from work. DuPage County residents and businesses are asked to donate cars to Bridge Communities.
Sep 07, 2012
Mr. Handyman of Wheaton Chooses Bridge Communities for National Day of Service, providing over 30 man-hours of repairs to apartment buildings for homeless families in Bridge's Transitional Housing Program.
Aug 01, 2012
The Glen Ellyn Backyard BBQ Cook-Off is back for its fourth year. Enjoy a day of blues, bags and BBQ, all the while benefiting Bridge Communities, a transitional housing program that helps homeless families in DuPage County.
Jul 17, 2012
Bridge Communities, a leader in transitional housing for homeless families in DuPage County, hires an Employment Coordinator to enhance its employment services for client families.
Jul 17, 2012
Whole Foods Wheaton uses One Dime at a Time fundraiser to raise money for DuPage County homeless families helped by Bridge Communities' Transitional Housing Program