Harvest Bridge is a small (on the US side) organization with a big heart. We help grass roots workers in south Asia bring the gospel, disaster relief, education, and trauma healing to forgotten villages in countries that don't always welcome foreign missionaries. The value of a dollar donated to Harvest Bridge reaches far in the hands of our indigenous partners.
Harvest Bridge is an excellent organization and one of the few places I know that every penny donated will be stretched to it's maximum use. I've volunteered with them and donated money. Thank you HB for supporting national missionaries!
I appreciate this outreach and the work they do with indigenous leaders! I like that they are small and aren’t trying to be “big”. They communicate well with their donors, but don’t overdo it.
I love the mission of this group and the confidence that every dollar I donate is used effectively to help the poor and spread the gospel. Thank you Harvest Bridge.
Harvest Bridge has changed the way we think of missions. Their goal is "to equip indigenous Christian ministries in South Asia to serve more effectively." Because they are not creating ministries, but are supporting people who already live in these areas, Harvest Bridge is able to do humanitarian and missionary tasks for a fraction of the cost of traditional mission organizations. They have a very small U.S. staff who are very conscientious and prayerful about their work. They provide regular updates about the people/ministries they work with. The pastoral training, education and other support that Harvest Bridge provides are making a big impact in the lives of people in South Asia and also on our lives as we witness true faithfulness in action.
I am always inspired by Harvest Bridge’s team. Its 260+ overseas partners are extremely dedicated and resourceful. Because they understand the language and culture, they can get work done very effectively at low cost. It is impressive that HB operates smoothly with only three US staff. I’m inspired by the recent newsletters of Andrew and Kate, who travel to very difficult places. They have great dedication and love, rejoicing with those who rejoice, and showing compassion for those who weep. They are incredible people!
I have been amazed by how much Harvest Bridge can accomplish with very little money, because it achieves its objectives using local people and local facilities. Harvest Bridge's greatest assets are its many dedicated, wise and spiritual partners throughout South Asia.
The founder of Harvest Bridge has been a big personal mentor to me. He has used great integrity to incorporate the students of his late college into the mission of Harvest Bridge, and has thus equipped servants to help others.
The work of Harvest Bridge is only strategic, trustworthy, and excellent. Besides our monthly contribution, my wife and I have put Harvest Bridge in our will. We love Tim & Heidi and their vision!
Harvest Bridge works very wisely and effectively with its resources and I deeply respected the mission and integrity behind this organization.
Harvest Bridge is an incredible organization that provides holistic care to individuals of deep need in a manner that minimizes expenses and maximizing sustained impact. Through my involvement with Harvest Bridge as a donor, i have had the privilege of seeing specific lives be completely transformed. It has been the most genuine organization that I have had the privilege to work with so far in my journey and Harvest Bridge should be recognized by all as an outstanding organization of positive influence.
I've volunteered, I've donated, and I've traveled with Harvest Bridge. The men and women they support are hardworking, creative, and faithful in their ministry. I've supported and done ministry with many different solid mission organizations, and Harvest Bridge has an incredibly effective ministry in South Asia. God is working through the men and women they support. HB is humble and always willing to work with other organizations to accomplish goals, not compete with them. I am deeply grateful I get to support them in this ministry of building up and sending out the local church in South Asia.
I love Harvest Bridge! We support them through finances and prayer. Our church also supports harvest bridge.It is so wonderful to have an organization come along side indigenous pastors and missionaries and help them in training, finances, encouragement....and leave them to be the experts to reach their people. It's a very wise way to make use of finances. Harvest Bridge is reaching so many people with a small staff of people stateside. The principle of "working smarter and not harder." I thank God for this amazing ministry. I think they do a tremendous job on social media, letting their supporters and the public know what and who to pray for. There is so much persecution happening in the particular countries Harvest Bridge is helping and we are able to know so much because of the communication, social media and videos that are posted!
It has been an honor of mine to get to know Harvest Bridge and their incredible staff. The work they do in South Asia is immensely valuable in spreading the word of God. The words, actions, and heart of Harvest Bridge show their passion towards the people in not only South Asia, but also the world. It is always an enjoyable time getting to hear their recent updates and accomplishments. Harvest Bridge remains is in my top charities I recommend to others because of their commitment and dedication to being responsible with their finances.
After having had the opportunity to serve in India, my reflections about our role in foreign missions depicted finding indigenous partners who know the culture and language and empowering them to reach their people. In Harvest Bridge, this is the everyday mission. That is why I am personally behind the vision that Harvest Bridge has for the region of Southeast Asia. An added bonus is their cross-denominational networking with other organizations. If you too have a burden for the region and long for the kingdom of God to come in its fullness from the bottom of our societies upward, then come on board!
Harvest Bridge is making a tangible difference in the lives of the least of those in Southeast Asia. It's model is to bring resources to native and local activists to help them achieve what only they can know and do--the best for the community in which they live. HB works hard to facilitate physical and spiritual relief incognito. They're not looking for credit or accolades; they'd be just as happy to remain anonymous. But if recognition can expand their reach I hope the masses will find out about their incredible work and mission.
Purpose, integrity, and passion are three of the defining characteristics of Harvest Bridge. Committed to enabling boots on the ground from a native, local network undaunted by challenges both in and out of this world, Harvest Bridge is an excellent steward of its resources as an outreach group. The effect of a interconnected group of people spanning the globe is immeasurable, but this is the way it should be done. I look forward to keeping informed with the upcoming results.
I'm incredibly impressed by Harvest Bridge's work. Instead of stepping in to fix, Harvest Bridge partners with and equips locals on the ground...which means the long-term impact and domino-effect will be exponentially greater. I appreciate the transparency and integrity of Harvest Bridge's staff. As a donor, I have no doubt that my contributions are being used in the best way possible.
While interning with Harvest Bridge I learned that they achieve a jaw-dropping amount of social, economic, humanitarian, and job-related good for being as lean on costs as they are. Every dollar is maximized, spent on crucial needs or solid, promising investments. Even more impressive, Harvest Bridge empowers their South Asian partners to lead initiatives and spearhead initiatives in their own communities. The US office works closely with the partners through strong relationships, NOT giving orders of how things should be run. Each member of Harvest Bridge I worked with was passionate about their mission, dedicated, able, and trustworthy. This is one of the best nonprofits we could hope to invest in.