Here is a story of one of our clients that aired on Net TV on January 20th, 2017.  Bridge wishes to thank Helpers of God's Precious Infants and their volunteer, Don, who referred Nakia to us.

 



http://netny.tv/episodes/currents/young-mother-chooses-life/#.WJ8ffoErK71

Enjoy some of the children that have come in on Wednesdays.

 

Cathy Donohoe, with Carl Anderson, the Supreme Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C.

 

 

 

 

 

Brendan, his wife Robin, and daughter at the finish line.

  

 

Joe, Kayla, and Joe from #St.John'sUniversity, Students for Life group volunteering at #The BridgeToLife today for campus service day.  
#prolife #Studentsforlife
 
Volunteer’s from students for life Blurb
Kayla Berry- ‘’ I volunteered because I like helping people , and it’s a lot of behind the scenes work that makes a difference in the community and I think that’s really important and I came here to volunteer today because you know when you enter college, you like to explore things that you are interested in, like helping women that are in need was definitely something I was interest in my senior year of High School but I was never able to explore that so coming here to Bridge to life was my way of doing that and just like organizing clothes for women to come in and get for their babies I think its important cause those clothes are worn by children in need”
Joe Barry – “ What I like about volunteering to the bridge to life is that it gives all of us especially students in college the chance to express that we are pro-life and caring for our community rather than just in words”
Joe Gallant- ‘’ what I like about volunteering is the idea of giving back to the community and to those in need. Service has always been a big part of my life and I want to make sure that it remains a big part of my life throughout college and my life. I like volunteering here because I like how the Bridge for life gives hope to mothers and children as well as distributing clothes and supplies needed to help care for their children.”