Annually, The Bridge works with nearly 1,000 homeless and runaway youth. But we don’t do it alone. It’s your support that makes our mission possible.
Donate Stocks and other property
For gifts or charitable contributions made via stock transfer, please contact in advance The Bridge Development Department at (612) 230-6685 or firstname.lastname@example.org with donor name, name of the stock, amount of shares, and purpose of gift. This will ensure that donors are properly credited and receipted for their gifts and ensure proper stewarding of donation.
Organization Name: The Bridge for Youth
EIN/Tax ID: 41-0983062
Broker: Raymond James DTC #: 0725
The Bridge strives to make youth feel comfortable. We do that by providing all basic needs, and hopefully, a little bit more than just the basics. Our in-kind needs are constantly changing and vary by season. Call us at (612) 230-6687 for a list of our current needs or visit our gift registries to purchase supplies for youth:
- Target (Emergency shelter and street outreach)
- Target (Marlene’s Place supportive housing for parenting youth)
- Target (Gloria’s Place emergency shelter for parenting youth)
The Bridge does not accept clothing, or used items such as sheets, bedding and pillows. If you are dropping off items, you must schedule a drop off time by calling (612) 230-6687. Unscheduled donations will not be accepted. This is because we have limited space for donations and we strive to keep a clean, organized environment.
Help bring cheer to youth this holiday season! Sign up to purchase items from the holiday wish list, host a gift drive, or adopt a program. If you or your group would like to participate, please contact Sagal Hussein to learn more.
Make a Special Gift to Support Gloria's Place
Opening Summer 2020: Gloria’s Place will be the only emergency shelter in the state of Minnesota specifically for unaccompanied, homeless parenting youth and their children. Gloria Place will provide emergency shelter, food and clothing for up to six homeless unaccompanied youth (ages 15-17), and their children (ages 0-3) as well as much-needed supportive, wraparound services.