Our recent fundraising event, hosted by Twitter, was a great success, with donations, pledges and auction purchases totaling enough to underwrite two weekly art groups for an entire year. Twitter matched all the money that was raised, thus sponsoring another two groups! With seven new DrawBridge groups opened in the last 9 months, this is […]
You are invited to attend an amazing art show and benefit for DrawBridge entitled “Harry Cohen and Friends,” beginning Saturday, February 4, 2017 and running all month. The exhibit features the work of 14 Bay Area artists, including painters, sculptors and one photographer. The site is the San Geronimo Valley Community Center, 6350 Sir Francis […]
“If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.” ~ Edward Hopper One of the meaningful benefits of art is that it allows us to express things we might not be able to verbalize. For children this can be especially true, whether they don’t have the words, or feel […]
Home for the Holidays. For many this is a given, but what if you don’t have a place to call home? Many of the DrawBridge kids we serve live in homeless shelters, safe houses or transitional housing, and although they have a temporary place to live, they don’t have a home of their own. Home […]
Our next big fundraising celebration will be THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 2017 at the fabulous TWITTER Aviary. Twitter puts on a fantastic party at its 10th floor event space on the corner of Market and Tenth Streets in San Francisco. Please plan to join us! More details soon!
What do you think of our new website? It presents us as we truly are: a dynamic, professional, effective and caring organization, ready to extend and enlarge our presence in the Bay Area and increase the breadth of support for homeless and underserved children. The new site reflects our personality as an organization, and the […]
DrawBridge volunteer Kathleen Keating is chosen as Volunteer of the Week by the Marin Independent Journal
DrawBridge volunteer Bruce Burtch is chosen as Volunteer of the Week by the Marin Independent Journal
The “Art of Rock Legends” show opens as a benefit for DrawBridge at Art Works Downtown.