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BRIDGE Housing is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Directed Giving

Alan and Ruth Stein Educational Assistance Program

Created in 2001 by our founding Chairman and his wife, this program supports high-school graduates pursuing higher education and vocational skills, parents returning to or continuing college while working, and workers seeking to acquire new skills.

Kent L. Colwell Scholarship Program

Created in 2017 to honor our longtime friend and Board member, this program helps BRIDGE residents pursue studies and careers in business or accounting.

Kripamayi Scholarship Program

Created in 2022 in honor of the life and legacy of Vimla and Sumer Aggarwal, this program assists BRIDGE residents pursuing studies in fields with sustainable and useful career paths.

Resident Programs

We work with residents and 28 nonprofit partners to deliver a full spectrum of free on-site programs, from assistance with basic needs to youth and adult education programs to enhance economic opportunity and wellness programs to support health and enable seniors to age well in place.

Potrero Terrace and Annex Transformation

In San Francisco, BRIDGE and partners are replacing highly distressed public housing with 1,400+ dignified, healthy, affordable apartments for the children, families, and seniors who call it home. With residents as essential partners, the initiative pairs new homes with green spaces, childcare and community centers, and programs that promote equitable opportunity. “BRIDGE made everything better,” said one resident. “This is our community. I want to keep that community alive.

Jordan Downs Transformation

In Los Angeles, BRIDGE and partners are reversing decades of public disinvestment by revitalizing this historic community. With residents helping lead the way, this bold initiative replaces unhealthy, distressed public housing with 1,400+ high-quality apartments—uplifting this neighborhood with green spaces, community centers, and holistic programs – without displacing anyone.

“This is a dream come true for me. The power of community is a superpower.” — Jordan Downs resident and advisory member