BRIDGE in the Fall
I want to thank all the many hands that have made a beautiful Fall Season at BRIDGE. We have been around the community at BCC, Great Barrington Courthouse, Great Barrington Farmers Market, Mass MoCA Berkshire-Based gala, Great Barrington Fairgrounds with our BRIDGE Solidarity Garden and Farm with our Fish Fry and Harvest Festival and Pig Roast.
We have been launching our Trauma Survivors program and associated services. Please be in touch if you have questions about our culturally specific victim assistance.
Winter is on its way here and our mutual aid shifts from CSA shares to groceries and we could use your support! We want to thank Kate Bailey for the service she provided for this first season of land access, along with Stephanie Wright and many, many of our long-time BRIDGE participants. BRIDGE can process fuel assistance applications for BCAC in Spanish and English– let us know if you want to connect with our Engagement Team.
Also, a special thank you for raising $3110 for Gwendolyn's Birthday SJIA and Lily’s SJIA at $715! This is our annual appeal season, and we are off to a good start!
We are a collective, movement-building community across workplace and community spaces catalyzing change and integration
We want to hear from you as we plan our activities for next year!
BRIDGE is a Racial Justice & Equity Organization
Survivors of Trauma Program
BRIDGE is a Food Sovereignty and Land Access Program
A special thank you to our partner farmers this third season summer:
Sweet Freedom Farm; Three Sisters; Full Well Farm; MumBett Freedom Farm; Off the Shelf Farm and Gould Farm (and Random Harvest and BCAC and our individual donors!)
We are of course happy to launch our own Solidarity Garden and Farm at Great Barrington Fairgrounds
BRIDGE is a Training and Education Program via the New Pathways platform
Online Training: Executive Leadership Cohort 2022 (starting Nov. 15th)
Online Training: Inclusive Leadership Cohort 2023 (enrollment open Dec. 15th for Feb/March launch)
Cultural Competence Foundations (online)
Women To Women
Veterans Spotlight of Keyshuna Cole
(BRIDGE's Online Business Manager & Scheduler)
Keyshuna is a Native of Mississippi and joined the United States Army at 17. There she worked in a dual role as a Healthcare Specialist and Human Resources Specialist. In her 11 year career, she received numerous awards and achievements. Keyshuna contributes her work ethic, sense of duty, and organization to her time in the military.
Thank you, Keyshuna, for your service!
Gwendolyn and the BRIDGE Team
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