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Get Involved, Volunteer

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. 




Volunteer Opportunities to Help 
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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Businesses that Support Us!


 The Bridge of Hope 
Outreach Project

Mini-Van Donation Needed!

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

BOHF News And Awards

Mary Masters: KSBW Central Coast
2015 Jefferson Award Recipient

Jefferson Award

Mary is honored to be one of six recipients of such a prestigious award for unsung heroes who go well beyond their expected duties to  impact their local community.

Click Here to see a video about Mary Masters and this Award.

2014 Year 20 CAP Community Heroes

United Way Community Heroes

United WayMary Masters (Bottom Row, 2nd from right) was chosen by the United Way of Santa Cruz County as one of the 2014 Community heroes.


Mary Masters

Mary Masters (back row, left) is the director of Bridge of Hope, a local organization that connects dedicated volunteers with disabled residents of nursing facilities.

She coordinates essential shopping, dining and worship outings, as well as special celebrations for the residents of several nursing facilities throughout the county.

Her services provide vital personal items to individuals in need, including clothing, personal care products, and mobility devices.

Mary's efforts and those of the volunteers she leads directly improve the wellbeing and quality of life for hundreds of elderly and disabled residents.

Most importantly, Bridge of Hope offers its recipients companionship and dignity, allowing them to remain connected to the larger community.

We are greatly in need of a minivan which will increase the number of nursing home residents that we can take on outings.

Round Table visit with senior citizens

Going to lunch, shopping, movies and scenic drives gives our lonely resident friends a greater sense of community and provides opportunities for fun and socialization.

If you have a minivan to donate or could help financially,
please contact us at
831.464.2362 or email: info@bridgeofhopefoundation.org


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Truck Donated to Bridge of Hope

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501(C)3 Non-Profit
Charitable Organization

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Guidelines for Nursing Home Visitation

We Thank our Business Supporters:

Horsnyder Pharmacy and Medical Supply, Capitola Produce &
Ferrell's Donuts
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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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