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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.

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  • 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, 2023.

  • 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

We provide educational scholarships and internship opportunities for individuals from underrepresented backgrounds, and support engaging STEM and social-emotional learning opportunities to youth. Since 2017, Bridge has donated over $530,000 to fund educational scholarships and enable pursuits of higher education for talented Bridge Scholars.

Bridge to Financial Wellness

We seek to build lasting, vibrant communities where residents can thrive. Alongside stable housing, we offer credit improvement, financial literacy, academic programs, and employment readiness training for residents of our properties.

Bridge to Healthy Communities

We prioritize access to health by providing onsite health screenings, educational workshops, supplemental food distribution, and grants to residents impacted by COVID-19.

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

Campaigns & Volunteer Opportunities

2023 Sleep Out for Covenant House: Volunteer in NY or make a matched donation

Bridge Gives Ambassadors


Samantha Brodersen

San Mateo

Isela Rosales

San Mateo

Jenifer Wong


Amy King


Drake Mulkey


Kia Brumfield

Salt Lake City

Trace Olson

Salt Lake City

Kyle Hendricksen

Salt Lake City

Lindsay Clark

New York

Alexis Larcenaire

New Jersey

Calvin Page


Jennifer Walker


Michael Atwood


Anna Benjamin


Laura Wolf


Dorthy Pauch


Giancarilo Gonzales

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