Our Girls in Action
Community Bridges is proud to build the future leaders of our community. Each year our programs complete several service projects. In the 2011-2012 school year, our girls completed over 600 community service hours. See what our program participants have been doing in their communities.
What People are Saying
"The staff and content are outstanding."
"The activities and opportunities that were provided for these girls were unbelievable...You have truly inspired these girls."
"Great program, outstanding implementation!"
Our work to empower diverse girls would not be possible without support from our partners. These partners include: Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation, Community Foundation of the National Capital Region, and others.
CB Girls in Service
Our girls had a blast at Montgomery County’s Martin Luther King Junior Day Of Service at the Silver Spring Civic Center in Maryland. From activities like making Valentine’s Day cards for seniors and Puzzle Pictures for Nursing Homes, to slapping hundreds of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches together for DC Central Kitchen; our social service day was well worth it. Read More.
UNITED WAY 2014-15 MEMBER NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
COMMUNITY BRIDGES IS A PROUD TO ANNOUNCE ITS MEMBERSHIP IN THE 2014-2015 UNITED WAY AND COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGNS. Visit UNITED WAY TO DESIGNATE TO COMMUNITY BRIDGES, INCORPORATED
We are looking for 50 women between 21+ to serve as mentors to our CB Girls High Schoolers! The program is designed to increase the exposure, awareness and application of the many diverse careers a girl can aspire to. Join us, have fun, meet awesome young ladies and be a part of the change you wish to see in the world! APPLY TODAY!
CB Featured on Hero Central WUSA Channel 9!
In August, Community Bridges was honored with being featured on Hero Central WUSA Channel 9 News. CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO
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