This holiday season, give the gift so precious that the value cannot be measured… Volunteer at The BridgeLine! 2017 is just around the corner and that means we have many spots available for our Guest Chef program! Love to cook? Join us! Know a great cook? Share this great opportunity with them!
If you love to cook come join us! We promise an evening full of fun and friendship. Our Guest Chef for a Dinner program is a volunteer opportunity that all residents of The BridgeLine love. Come to one of our homes and show off your cooking skills.
We have had guest chefs come from as near as Charlottesville and as far as Germany! A Guest Chef enriches our evening with great fun and excellent food.
We’d love to have you!
Email Amber at [email protected] for more information.
SAVE THE DATE! It’s almost that time again for our annual comedy night! This year it will be held on April 8th, 2017 at Cville Coffee!
Featuring… JEFF CALDWELL who has made many appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman and more.
More info to come soon!
At The BridgeLine, we are touched about all our wonderful friends who are sending so very generous donations.
As of today, we have received a total of $13,525 and we will reveal 38 more squares of Maggie’s painting. Any guesses what it is yet? Maggie had always a passion for art, but she had a special gift for painting with watercolors, like you can see here.
We all greatly appreciate your trust in our work, reflected in your gifts.
We had a great start on #GivingTuesday for our DOUBLE THE DONATION campaign.
How close are we to reach our goal?
Just within the last week we received donations from very generous donors and have now reached $6,300! Yeah, and THANKS to all our thoughtful friends.
We have overlaid one of Maggie’s paintings with 300 blank squares, each representing $100, and today we are “unveiling” 63 of them.
Curious about her painting? There is still enough time to make a contribution on our web site thebridgeline.org and for us to reach our goal of $30,000.
WE KNOW WE CAN DO THIS!
Maggie would be very excited about this challenge. Her career arc that included lawyer, teacher and researcher is marked by her compassion to advocate for others, a challenge she gladly took on. Maggie studied sign language to help hearing impaired clients have better access to legal representation and she took CLE courses in disability law to become knowledgeable about the rights and protections available to people with disabilities.
Thank you Maggie and THANK YOU for joining us in our campaign and to making it possible for Maggie’s friends at The BridgeLine to experience compassion of others.