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Building a Bridge to a Better Life - Three Pillars of BCEI

What kind of events do Ambassadors help with?

We have annual campaigns every year including:

  • Quarterly ESG-focused events like Earth Day cleanups

  • Junior Achievement

  • We Got Your Back

  • Providing food security

  • LLS Light the Night

Ambassadors also help set up events that are local to their team or office and take photos at the event that we can share internally and externally.

Why be a Bridge Gives Ambassador?

As a Bridge Gives Ambassador, your leadership creates a stronger impact on our communities and provides more opportunities for Bridge team members to make a difference. Here are what a few of our Ambassadors had to say:     


“Being an ambassador allows you to step outside of yourself, and the everyday hustle and bustle. It’s a very rewarding experience while learning your co-workers’ passions when it comes to serving others in need. At the end of the day, the greatest gift of all is knowing you’ve helped change or made someone’s life easier.”  – Dreama Shuping, Bridge Homes

“Being part of the Bridge Gives Ambassador program allowed me to engage with my community in an impactful capacity while also exposing me to empowering non-profit organizations. It also supported a strong ‘One Bridge’ culture, allowing the team to come together in a nontraditional work setting.”  – Stephen Connor, CSG

What's a Bridge Gives Ambassador?

Bridge Gives Ambassadors are the heart of our volunteering at Bridge. Employees from each of our offices, sites and even remote locations who would like to champion our volunteer events and major giveback campaigns act as our boots-on-the-ground to plan and execute events.

Bridge Gives Ambassadors



Samantha Brodersen

Jacksonville, FL

Meagan Bostic

Charlotte, NC

Alex Colasuonno

Orlando, FL

Alex Romero

Salt Lake City, UT

Alexis Larcenaire

New York, NY

Alexis Pineda

Phoenix, AZ

Amy King

Orlando, FL

Anna Benjamin

Arlington, VA

Beau Vermilyea

Scottsdale, AZ

Cameron Robbins

Salt Lake City, UT

Carrie Simpson

Salt Lake City, UT

Cassandra Ewell

Anaheim, CA

Darryl Mumphord

Marietta, GA

Dorota Pauch

Newport Beach, CA

Drake Mulkey

Atlanta, GA

Dreama Shuping

Charlotte, NC

Dylan Burt

Orlando, FL

Emily Dorland

Orlando, FL

Erika Bell

Charlotte, NC

Evey Bacus

Las Vegas, NV

Geneva Ballerstein

Glendale, AZ

Heather Ham

Salt Lake City, UT

Isela Rosales

San Mateo, CA

Janae Hunt

Salt Lake City, UT

Jenifer Wong

San Mateo, CA

Jennifer Walker

Salt Lake City, UT

JoAnna Esparza-Mora

Tucson, AZ

Joshua Evans

Phoenix, AZ

Jovanna Rivera

Orlando, FL

Kasey Huber

Salt Lake City, UT

Katie Elsnab

Salt Lake City, UT

Kia Brumfield

Atlanta, GA

Kimberly Roberts

Atlanta, GA

Kyle Hendricksen

Salt Lake City, UT

Lindsay Clark

Salt Lake City, UT

Mark Kishun

Tampa, FL

Melisa Macias

Atlanta, GA

Merical Lewis

Salt Lake City, UT

Michael Atwood

Charlotte, NC

Michael Weier

Salt Lake City, UT

Monica Santillano

Tucson, AZ

Nate Hutchinson

Salt Lake City, UT

Olivia Dixon

College Park, GA

Quiana Smith

Charlotte, NC

Sojo Oates

Atlanta, GA

Stephen Connor

New York, NY

Taylor Stevens

Oro Valley, AZ

Trace Olson

Salt Lake City, UT

Interested in being a Bridge Gives Ambassador? Email our Ambassador Program Leads at

2023 Employee Impact Initiative Winners

We asked employees to share with us the non-profits that you felt were worthy of investment and aligned with our three pillars of impact: Bridge to Education, Bridge to Financial Wellness, Bridge to Healthy Communities. In order to determine the winners, we looked at alignment with our pillars, their Charity Navigator scores and reputation as well as the overall endorsement from the employee. It was also important that the winners represent our geographic diversity. We received 65 nominations from across the firm and now, we are now pleased to share the winners!

Hubbard House

Welcome Baby USA

CHOC Foundation

Hubbard House is a full-service certified domestic violence center serving Duval and Baker counties. Our core services include an emergency shelter, an Outreach Center, a 24/7 Domestic Violence Hotline, and much more. Hubbard House has answered more than 135,000 hotline calls and sheltered more than 155,000 victims of domestic violence and their children in our life-saving and life-changing 47-year history. Learn more here.

In America, more than 3 million infants, toddlers, and preschoolers live in poverty. Welcome Baby provides low-income mothers with one comprehensive package containing everything she and her newborn need in the first four weeks of life. By providing a simple, inexpensive solution to one facet of a national crisis, Welcome Baby aims to improve maternal and newborn health and wellness. Learn more here.

CHOC improves the health and well-being of children through clinical expertise, advocacy, outreach, education and research. With compassionate experts in countless care specialties, we preserve the magic of childhood. CHOC is there for families every step of the way along their journeys to wellness, allowing kids to get back to being kids. Learn more here.

Are you having issues logging into Bridge Gives?

Contact the Bridge Gives team here.


  • Bridge will match up to $1,000 per employee per calendar year. Employees may choose any eligible non-profit organization available in Bridge Gives to make a matched donation.

  • To be eligible for a donation, a non-profit organization must conform to Bridge’s Equal Employment Opportunity Statement (as described in the Employee Handbook).​

  • You can still make donations and submit match requests until December 31, 2024.​

  • Your donations must be made in your name. Donations made in the name of a family member or friend are not eligible for matching, including spouses or partners.

Bridge to Education

Bridge to Financial Wellness

Bridge to Healthy Communities

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