l Bridge of Hope | Gotlam, India
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CONTACT INFO
  • Address: PO Box 21132, Here Weare St,
    Melbourne, Vivas 2355 Australia
  • Phone: 1-800-565-2390
  • Email: support@yourname.com

History of Bridge of Hope

Bridge of Hope started with Mr. Benjamin’s passion to serve the underprivileged communities in and around Pithapuram where he was working as Business Administrator in a mission hospital. Dr. Walter joined hands to walk with Benjamin to extend help to the fishing community in Uppada, a coastal village in East Godavari district.

In 1990, Bridge of Hope was registered as a non profit organisation to serve the marginalised. The early activities of Bridge of Hope included provision of skill training to the youth, financial support to the young people to pursue higher education and immediate relief activities during natural calamities.

The focus areas of Bridge of Hope today include education, health, vocational skill development and disaster relief activities. Children and youth from rural and tribal communities of Vizianagaram district are provided with opportunities for education starting from primary level all the way up to post graduation through both residential and day care programs. Access to high quality specialty health care is one of the main services Bridge of Hope provides to the rural communities. Young women are empowered through job oriented skill development which not only compliments the family income but sustains many young families. Other activities of Bridge of Hope include provision of safe drinking water, immediate relief measures during natural calamities and accidents and support to the victims of Hansen’s disease.

Bridge of Hope started with two individuals having a common concern to uplift the underprivileged communities. Over the past 4 decades, Bridge of Hope has evolved into an organisation serving over 500 beneficiaries every day through 6 different ongoing projects.