Community Bridges Incorporated

Rating: 5 stars   3 reviews

Issues: Children & Youth, Health

Location: 620 Pershing Drive 2nd floor Silver Spring MD 20910 USA

Mission: Community Bridges believes that all girls are infinitely capable of succeeding in life as strong and confident young women. We empower girls to discover their unique identity, voice and potential through leadership development, academic support and enrichment, and exposure to opportunities that challenge them to become advocates for themselves, their families and their community.
Target demographics: immigrant and minority girls become exceptional students, positive leaders and healthy young women.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 200 girls and 220 families.
Geographic areas served: Montgomery County, Maryland
Programs: CB GIRLS: providing after school and out of school time opportunities and development for girls in grades 4-12 to break their cycle of poverty. CB FAMILIES: providing workshops and resource opportunities for the parents of our girls. CB MENTORING: providing high school mentors to middle school and elementary school girls (Big Sister, Little Sister) and providing women mentors to our high school students.
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EIN 52-2043059
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Rating: 5 stars  

The mission of "connecting girls to thier future" is critically important. Community Bridges Inc of Maryland knocks the cover off the ball pursuing this end. They have program in elementary, middle and high school. The girls cover age appropriate self esteem and personal management isues together. Montors and family are also included. Silver Spring Maryland is better because of thier hard work.

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