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Learn how to start an outreach program to help seniors, nursing home residents and adults and children with disabilities.



We need wheelchairs, adaptive equipment, other items and tax-deductible cash donations to help more elderly, disabled, & children. 




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Nursing Home Residents and the Disabled

Enjoy some photos of a few of the people we have helped!


Thank you for coming to our website! Our Mission is to provide help for residents in nursing homes and children and adults with disabilities.

The task of helping is huge and the opportunity to serve is great. Because I was born with spina bifida, I have a special interest in helping others who live with disability and chronic illness. The rewards for serving are immeasurable!
I personally invite your participation. Together we can make a difference. Here you will find some ways to help.  Mary Masters - Director of our charitable and humanitarian organizationPlease contact us if you have any questions.

      Mary Masters
, Director
     Bridge of Hope Foundation

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Our charitable organization provides adaptive equipment like this hand bike to disabled children and nursing home residents.

Our mission is to provide charitable help for:

  • Nursing Home Residents

  • Children and Adults With Disabilities

Our Featured Volunteer

Robert Green

  Robert Assists Pammi Sue at Church
Robert Assists
Pammi Sue at Church

Robert has been a Bridge of Hope volunteer for several years. He assists nursing home residents at church services each week, and helps on recreational outings.

Robert was born on Christmas day in 1946. Doctors told his parents that he would live only a short time. But he proved the doctors wrong, and is still going strong! Robert has not allowed the challenges of his disabilities to hold him back. And when he was diagnosed with cancer not long ago, he continued his volunteer work while undergoing radiation treatments. Robert is a cancer survivor.

When not volunteering for Bridge of Hope or one of the other many outreach groups he volunteers for, Robert enjoys computers, astronomy, and Angel, his beloved pet cat. He studies computers at Cabrillo College in Aptos, where he received his professional skills certificate. He continues his studies in computer science and loves keeping up with new technology.

Robert says “At this time, I am thoroughly entrenched in the Word of God, and I love getting out and helping people all around the community. So you might say I have found my calling.” We have no doubt Robert has indeed found his calling!

Thank you, Robert, for your faithful dedication. You are an inspiration and a shining example for all of us!

  Robert Assists Kevin on Resident Shopping Outing
Robert Assists Kevin on Resident Shopping Outing

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Truck Donated to Bridge of Hope

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Horsnyder Pharmacy and Medical Supply, Capitola Produce &
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The Bridge of Hope Outreach Project is a 501(C)3 nonprofit charitable and humanitarian organization. Through volunteer services we provide creative activities in nursing homes. Individuals we help live with the after-effect of strokes, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida, Huntington's disease, traumatic brain injury and other disabilities.

Email us at info@bridgeofhopefoundation.org or 
contact us at 831-464-2362  if you can help in any way, 
or if you want help in starting a similar program in your area.

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