Now available. Our information sheet describes Transitional Belongings Bags and accompanying items. Download your flyer today.
Transitional Bridges is a designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is dual-purposed. Our mission entails increasing the delivery of sensitivity and compassion inspired through art. Our second purpose is to reduce the financial burdens patients experience resulting from serious illness or injury. If you would like to spread compassion and positively impact the quality of … Read more
We have news! Today we are releasing our new logo. You’ll see the new design on our website on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and YouTube. Soon you’ll see it in all our products, as well. We believe the new logo resonates more closely with our purpose: a nonprofit focused on honoring the lives of all individuals … Read more
I knew this day was coming, and I dreaded the thought. Over the past two years, I often referred to the numbers. The numbers revealed global COVID-19 cases and COVID deaths. Updated daily, the COVID-19 Dashboard posted by Johns Hopkins University & Medicine dictated how we spent our lives, primarily indoors. Most of my days were spent … Read more
We are so grateful to our many supporters whose generosity enabled Transitional Bridges to reach our recent $10,000 fundraising goal. Transitional Bridges is pleased to officially announce individuals may now apply for financial assistance using our secure online application. The goal of the Patient Assistant Program is to help reduce unexpected financial burdens by providing … Read more
Everything about our lives has changed. Our daily routines have been altered, our connections with people have become digital, and some have been lost. Without knowing vaccine status, hugs, handshakes, and innocently reaching out to touch a hand are only memories. While many people are desperately eager to get back to normal, some have a … Read more
It’s hard to believe that four years have passed since my mother died. When I reflect on the days leading up to her death, my memories are still vivid. I made arrangements to fly to her hometown in Connecticut one week after a planned surgery. Other family members assisted during the surgery, and I would … Read more