Bridge Foundation Legacy Funds celebrate Life and support Recovery, and also honor and remember those we have lost to the disease of addiction.
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In Honor of Julian Newman
We Love You Julian.
In loving memory of Craig David Fields, loving son, brother, uncle and friend. He was known for his quick wit, kindness to all and big heart. He was happiest and at his best when he helped others obtain sobriety and stay sober.
Established by his family in 2013, serves to honor Tyson Lajoie (#24) and other young adults who have lost their battle with addiction. Funding Supports Holistic Programming for young men in Sober Living and the surrounding Recovery Community in Pottstown and West Chester, PA. Individual Recovery Support Assistance Grants may also be available based on financial need.
Established by his family in 2016 to honor Ryan, the Ryan’s House Fund Supports Holistic Programming for young men and women in Sober Living and the surrounding Recovery Community in Newtown Square and Delaware County, PA. Individual Recovery Support Assistance Grants may also be available based on financial need.
In Memory of Daniel Orens (November 16, 2016)
(Prayers Up to Momma Marlene Orens Lerner, Dad Jonathan Orens & Brother Chad)
In Memory of Tom Hugues (Seraph)(October 23, 2015)
Local drum ‘n’ bass DJ Thomas J. Hugues III (Seraph) was a vibrant member of Philadelphia’s music community. He passed away on October 23, 2015 at age 33. He was well known as DJ Seraph and spun his vinyl at many clubs in Philly and throughout the United States. He was one of the original founding members of Defcon, and was affiliated with Local 13 Events Promotions and DnB TV.
In Memory of Julie Brodsky (December 4, 2021)
We love you Julie. A Bright and Beautiful Light, and a Beloved Member of our Recovery Community.
Memorial Funds and Donations Honoring those we Love
The Bridge Foundation welcomes the creation and development of Donor directed Funds and Independent Charitable Community Projects. In particular we enjoy helping families, friends and communities to establish funds celebrating Life and supporting Recovery, and also to honor and remember those we have lost to the disease of addiction. We seek to direct all Memorial and Commemorative donations to the ends and purpose that would best honor the person in whose Memory the donations are made, and to help those in need of support. Donations and Program Funds have been created in honor of young men and women who continue to inspire and create a hopeful future for those still struggling as well as those in long term recovery.
Fiscal Sponsorship for Charitable Projects
The Bridge Foundation provides Fiscal Sponsorship to help build the capacity of charitable projects and provides fiduciary oversight, financial management, collaborative support and administrative services to individuals, businesses and other organizations for projects that may lack exempt status. This alternative to starting your own nonprofit allows you to seek grants and solicit tax-deductible donations under The Bridge Foundation’s exempt status, as your sponsor.