Community Support: Bridge Over Bubbled Waters

We wouldn’t be here today without you, our community. The support and recognition you continue to provide us is unmatched. In fact, because of you, we’re steps away from our goal to opening Phase 1 of the Okanagan Youth Recovery House! We’re grateful you choose to include us in your events and giving back. Which is why we wanted to share this story and perspective of Elizabeth Fairbanks Parker and Brian Fairbanks who host a charity event with their friends every holiday season. This year, they chose to support The Bridge.

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Community Support: The Life After Laundry Ladies Club

Melanie Fulks-Kraus has been a dedicated volunteer and donor with The Bridge for more than five years. Founder of the Life After Laundry Ladies Club, she continues to spread her enthusiasm, encouragement, and positive messages throughout our entire organization in a variety of ways. After her most recent ‘Birthday Project’ saw handfuls of goodie bags distributed to our women in treatment, we knew we had to shine a spotlight on her devoted advocacy and support...

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Community Support: Vision Mechanical Ltd.

The team at Vision Mechanical Ltd. has been with us every step of the way of our campaign to build the Okanagan Youth Recovery House. As the doors of Phase I opened, Vision Mechanical thoughtfully donated eight welcome baskets for our young people as they began their recovery journey with us! To continue their support, the local, family-run business will be donating $30 from EVERY Air Conditioning Maintenance from now until July 15th to the Youth Recovery House.

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Community Support: Luxe & Love Creations

To celebrate Pride Month this year, local artisan, Michaela Gagne, is curating a collection of earrings to help support and bring awareness to the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. We had the opportunity to chat with her about her involvement as an ally and why she chose The Bridge’s Etcetera Youth Group to donate proceeds to…

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