Bridge of Hope Kitchen Project

Pinellas County experiences some of the highest youth homeless rates in Florida.  According to the Counsel of Homelessness Annual Report there are 3,387 homeless children in Pinellas Public School System.  

 Most people living in poverty feel as though they are trapped in their environment and there is no hope.  However, I believe that it is not until a person is exposed to a world beyond their environment that they are truly able to see beyond that wall.

Bridge of Hope is our effort to bridge the gap between hunger and sustainability. By providing essential meal services to families and communities in need, we can eliminate hunger and homeliness in Pinellas County youth. 

Through the help of volunteers, we were able provide hot meals to 100 homeless families in 2016, as well as sandwiched meals and personal hygiene items to hundreds on the streets.

Our goal and passion is to help youth, teens and homeless parents with children and with your help we can help many more.

Having recently acquiring a 5,400 sqft building in the Pinellas Point district, The Bridge of Hope Kitchen Project will redevelop 1500 sqft into a commercial kitchen space which will breath new life into the community and serve hot meals to homeless children and families.

Together with you help, we can transform lives and bring hope to homeless youth in Pinellas County.
  • Frederic McCoy 
    • $250 
    • 32 mos
  • ali ishaq 
    • $51 
    • 56 mos
  • Susan Allan 
    • $500 
    • 57 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $150 
    • 57 mos
  • Chris Short 
    • $200 
    • 57 mos
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Deborah Hill 
St. Petersburg, FL