About
Bridge Communities
 

Bridge Communities was begun simply in 1988, when Mark Milligan and Bob Wahlgren knew of a family in trouble and instead of hoping the family would find help, they decided to be the help.

Out of that act of humanity has grown an organization that provided more than 70,000 shelter nights in 2009.

Bridge Communities estimates their cost of providing housing and services to one person, for one night, to be $25. The decision was made several years ago that the price of a ticket for the Kitchen Walk would be linked to that cost. In other words, when you buy a ticket to the Kitchen Walk, you provide shelter and services for one person for one night.

Their programs are geared toward giving people the tools they need to return to self-sufficiency.

To find out more about Bridge Communities (and if you're not familiar with the work they do, please take a moment to do so), you can visit their website, www.bridgecommunities.org.

Tickets purchased in advance are $25, the cost of providing housing and services for one person for one night.

Tickets purchased the day of the event are $30.

All tickets include admission to both the Kitchen Walk and the AfterWalk at Drury Design.

Get tickets here.

clicking here will take you to Bridge Communities' site to purchase tickets
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