"To keep a lamp burning, we have to keep putting oil into it." Mother Theresa
How Can I Help?
2013 Annual Giving Fund
Please Consider making a gift today for
The Bridge 2013 Annual Fund
Make a Single or monthly donation to benefit The Bridge o f Central Massachusetts. Cash, Check or Credit Card gifts to the 2013 Annual Fund provide immediate assistance to those in need.
BASIC NEEDS (coats, hats, bedding, furnishings and more, needed by individuals we serve)
CAPITAL NEEDS (handicap ramps, air conditioning and other improvements needed in our facilities)
ENRICHMENT NEEDS (tickets to events, classes for art, music and other activities, passes to museums, movies and galleries, etc.)
Please send donations to:
The Bridge of Central Massachusetts, Inc.
4 Mann Street, Worcester, MA 01602
Holiday Giving Ideas
Make a holiday donation in honor of a loved one and we will send them a holiday card acknowledging your gift.
With your support, we can change lives and bring hope to the children, teens and adults we serve. Cash, Check or Credit Card. A cash gift is most welcome, and available immediately to support the needs on our wish lists.
Other Ways to Help
Gifts of Securities may be deducted at full market value on the date of transfer to The Bridge.
Bequests Please consider making a lasting gift to The Bridge through your will. You can set aside a specific amount or percentage of the remainder of your estate or you might want to donate personal property. Please contact us for further information.
Our In-Kind Wish List The Bridge is always in need of items for our many homes and programs. If you have sports equipment, movie passes, or tickets to sporting or other events, we would love to pass them on to those we serve.
If you would like to donate any items, email Wanja Kiraguri at
Donate Your Car Receive a tax write-off when you donate your old car.
Business and Corporate Donations are always welcome too; please read more about our Corporate Donation program.
The Bridge is a 501(c) 3 organization, all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.