Celebrating Women, Transforming Lives

Friday, May 17, 2024
Mesón Sabika, Naperville

Save the date for Celebrating Women, Transforming Lives (CWTL) 2024 on Friday, May 17 at the beautiful Mesón Sabika. During this moving, spring luncheon, we will presenting the Lives Transformed Award to a Bridge alumna and the Transforming Lives Award to a community leader changing lives and making a difference within our community.

A special thank you goes to the Duly Health and Care Charitable Fund for providing a matching grant of $20,000 in support of the event and the families served.

If you aren't able to attend this year's event but would like to support our mission, please consider making a donation by clicking here. By making a gift of $500 or more, you can become a member of the 2024 Monarch Society.

Relive the joyful moments of CWTL 2023 by clicking here to check out the event photo album.

If you are interested in getting more involved in Celebrating Women, Transforming Lives in 2024, consider becoming a Committee Member. Email Margo Matthew at Margo.Matthew@bridgecommunities.org to learn more.

More details on this exciting event to come. Please check back soon for updates.

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With your help, the women of Bridge Communities will be transformed into self-sufficient
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