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 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
The NEW Community Bridges
In Summer, 2013 the CB Staff, Board of Directors, Parents and Students spent hours determining the direction, course and long-term impact of CB! From tagline, to values, to model of service, the new Community Bridges creates opportunity for all girls and families to grow and learn alongside each other for maximum impact in our communities.
CB Fall Fundraiser honoring Congresswoman Donna Edwards
November 7, 2013 Montgomery College Takoma Park Cultural Arts Center, 6p.m. Featuring guest honoree, Congresswoman Donna Edwards, our annual fall fundraiser is an exciting opportunity for you to learn more and/or reaquaint yourself with CB and our work as well as build an expanded network. Click to learn more and purchase your tickets today!
CB Welcomes 2 New Staff!
CB welcomed two new staff members this summer, Marianne Hope and Kimbry Jordan. Both bring a diversity of experience and knowledge to strengthen the NEW CB. Click to read more about our new staff members!
Welcome Back to our 2013-14 CB GIRLS
We are thrilled to enter our 16th year of serving Montgomery County Public Schools and our girls and families! This year we will serve at Broad Acres and Rolling Terrace Elementary Schools, Silver Spring International and White Oak Middle Schools, Springbrook and Montgomery Blair High Schools. What NEW: This year we will enroll up to 220 girls in six schools, compared to 120 in previous years. Contact us today to enroll your child!