Luciana Traina and Lindsay Shaheen from St. Mel's Girl Scouts sorting donations. They are working towards their Silver Project.

 

Volunteers, Lance,from Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Queens College and Al Donohoe work together to assemble shelves for our lady's boutique.

 

Ginny Gallo, Co-treasurer was invited once again to be a guest at St. Gregory the Great Rosary Altar Society's baby shower for Bridge to Life. Thank you for all the generous donations.

Exciting News!

Ed Wilkinson was at Bridge and filmed our facility, volunteers and  a client.  The TV Show “Currents” has aired the episodes, which you can view below.

Queens organization provides bridge to life 3/27/14
 

Our News Director, Ed Wilkinson, visited the offices of Bridge To Life in Flushing, Queens. The organization is made up of a group of dedicated volunteers who put their belief in the sanctity of life into action.

 
 

What a wonderful evening. Tom Long gave a beautiful tribute about the life-giving work of Bridge.

Pictured are Virginia Gallo, co-treasurer ,
Rob Astorino, Westchester County Executive and candidate for governor Cathy Donohoe, president of the Board of Directors Bridge to Life, Julia Chetos, Vice President and Alice Lemos, Secretary.

Third picture is Tom Long chair of Queens County conservative party,  Cathy Donohoe and Rob Astorino.

View the embedded image gallery online at:
http://thebridgetolife.org/what-s-new?start=36#sigFreeId7dfa70c110

 

Private Counseling Room

Bridge to Life is proud to announce our brand-new, private counseling room. Father Kevin McBride, Pastor of our Lady of Snows Parish in Floral Park was stopping by with a donation, and I asked if he would do us the pleasure of blessing our new room. He offered a prayer for all of the volunteers and our benefactors that everyone continues to work for the sanctity of human life. A pray was also offered for all the moms that we help that they allow God's will in their lives.

 

 

 

 

Queens College Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority is manning a Bridge to Life   table at the their Super Woman information day for women's history month.  The girls are trying to help influence the students about the importance of making life giving choices.  They also took up a collection for our work.  Some of the same girls donated their time last week to help us change our seasonal clothes. 

A big thank you to Kappa  Sigma members, Lambro Mano and Gurjeet Sahota from Queens College and two sorority members from Phi Sigma Sigma, Catherine Donohoe and Anjlie Bala.
You won't believe how much work was done!
Over one hundred bags were brought  down and shelved. Over 200 bags brought up!!  All our bins are full and ready for our Moms.