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Bridge Builders, San Antonio, Texas

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Address: 1212 North Gevers
San Antonio, Texas  78202  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 30
Number of People Being Served: 250
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Mission Statement


Unite and mobilize the body of Christ to bring transformation to cities through salvation and restoration of communities for the glory of God. We envision transformed cities for Jesus Christ through the revival of its people, the reconciliation of communities, the renewal of neighborhoods, and the reformation of the culture.

Description


Our mission is to mobilize the different parts of the community and city, especially in the faith based community, to provide transformation and restoration to the local community and across our city. Our primary locations and focus are in Wheatley Courts which was built during the 1940S for low and moderate income families. It is known as one of San Antonio's oldest developments. In addition to the physical repairs needed in the surrounding neighborhood, the community is in great need of a safer and stronger, family and community based structure. We desire to provide this structure by connecting the residents of the Eastside Community with a variety of partners and services to build a stronger neighborhood that fosters safety, education in the areas of scholastic and life skills, mentoring, and job training.

Our mission is to mobilize the different parts of the community and city, especially in the faith based community, to provide transformation and restoration to the local community and across our city. Our primary locations and focus are in Wheatley Courts which was built during the 1940S for low and moderate income families. It is known as one of San Antonio's oldest developments. In addition to the physical repairs needed in the surrounding neighborhood, the community is in great need of a safer and stronger, family and community based structure. We desire to provide this structure by connecting the residents of the Eastside Community with a variety of partners and services to build a stronger neighborhood that fosters safety, education in the areas of scholastic and life skills, mentoring, and job training.

Mission Statement: Unite and mobilize the body of Christ to bring transformation to cities through salvation and restoration of communities for the glory of God. We envision transformed cities for Jesus Christ through the revival of its people, the reconciliation of communities, the renewal of neighborhoods, and the reformation of the culture.

Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Education/Employment Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No