IF NOT US, WHO?
When it comes to the harsh reality substance use imposes on children and adolescents, The Bridge team is well-seasoned and unshakable. But, our adversary is evolving. Today, we see children we have cared for die outdoors and alone, and it shatters us. We are firm in our resolve to rally the community to build and provide long-term rehabilitative housing and care for youth in our area addicted to substances.
Together, we can make a difference. Our young people are struggling; yet, they are children; their futures are decades ahead and can be rewritten. They deserve the opportunity to heal, learn and change course. We are the catalyst for their resurgence. Our children and youth are relying on us.
To ensure the Youth Recovery House becomes a reality, The Bridge is appealing to a core group of local individuals of influence who possess the leadership, resources and contacts we need. This ‘Circle of Friends’ make up our strongest supporters, our largest donors and will inspire additional contributions to the Youth Recovery House campaign. Together we will rally the community to action to generate the resources and funds to create a safe, healing space to ensure our children and youth affected by substance use disorder receive the care and support they need.
Capital campaign donors will be formally recognized through the Youth Recovery House Donor Recognition Program. Opportunities include a chance to become a namesake benefactor by bestowing the largest sum toward the project. In addition, other generous supporters will be recognized by name, including individuals, families, corporations, foundations, associations and community groups whose monikers will permanently identify bedrooms, therapy rooms and other healing spaces in the Youth Recovery House. Anonymous donors are equally cherished and handled with utmost discretion. The Recovery House Donor Recognition Program details and agreements are available upon request.
All funds raised as a result of this campaign will be directed toward capital expenditures. Administration and fund development costs will be borne exclusively by The Bridge.