Bridgeway Foundation is pleased to announce that effective immediately it will use the services of Stronger Philanthropy for management of its ongoing philanthropy. Mark Petersen, Bridgeway’s Executive Director for the past fifteen years, will assume leadership of this new entity as its CEO. Linda Dzelme will join him as Administrator. Stronger Philanthropy is a new company designed […]
Preparations are underway for an exciting announcement of upcoming changes for Bridgeway Foundation. Stay tuned on October 1.
Bridgeway Foundation is currently receiving submissions for Letters of Inquiry (LOIs) from Canadian charities for two streams: grants for capacity building by Christian charities, and community grants for charities located in Cambridge, Ontario. LOIs will continue to be received until September 25th, with full applications requested by those who are invited into the next round […]
One of the exciting projects we’ve been involved with in the first six months of 2015 has been a unique experiment in research into online giving. Giving by mobile devices has skyrocketed, yet many charities have not adapted as quickly to the technology. This research gives charities information they should consider as they advance into this […]
Bridgeway member Nate Petersen recently returned from Uganda where he witnessed the work of Save the Mothers, one of our partner charities. His interview on 100 Huntley Street highlights the strategic nature of Save the Mothers’ work in education for cultural change on practices that impede maternal health.