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June 9th, 2017
Don’t worry, it is a GOOD bone! A bone at the BONEFISH GRILL in the Mercer Mall. Grab your family and friends and enjoy a meal on Wednesday, June 22 from 11:00 AM to 10:30 PM. Mention Kidsbridge, and a portion of your bill will be donated to support our programs. If you are an UPstander, and wish to combat bullying, encourage diversity appreciation, and discourage stereotypes & discrimination, then help us. All you have to do is eat! Click here for a flyer that summarizes all the details. If you can't make it but would still like to donate, DONATE NOW. Every[...]
May 31st, 2017
June = Giving PLUS? What does that mean? For Kidsbridge, it means that during the month of June, an anonymous and extremely generous donor has committed to a matching gift challenge. In order to double the impact of our annual appeal campaign, this donor will MATCH YOUR DONATION! When you donate $100, this donor will also donate $100. If you give $50, that amount will be matched. Gifts in larger amounts mean matches of those larger amounts as well. Your donation will go that much further when matched! Every dollar will be matched -- but ONLY during the month of June. Don't[...]
May 12th, 2017
Hello UPstanders and Kidsbridge supporters! Please mark your calendars and save the date for our 11th Annual Humanitarian Awards Celebration, to be held at The Trenton Country Club on Thursday, November 9. Stay tuned for the announcement of this year's honorees. Individuals, companies and corporations, and educational institutions are eligible for the awards, and are honored for their leadership and humanitarian efforts in order to make our community a better and more inclusive place to live. Light fare and beverages are on the menu. Silent and live auctions are planned. Honorees receive their awards. Winners of the Educator Character Education Leadership Awards receive[...]
January 12th, 2017
With help from Kidsbridge and three other local nonprofit organizations, The Arts Council of Princeton will host Martin Luther King Day, a FREE community event on Monday, January 16 (10am – 8pm). Many activities are planned; CLICK HERE for a flyer that outlines the times and performances/workshops/discussions. Kidsbridge is pleased to collaborate with the Arts Council of Princeton and three other local nonprofit organizations to honor Dr. King’s legacy. PLEASE NOTE! This event takes place at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts in Princeton and NOT at Kidsbridge! Adults and children welcome![...]
November 10th, 2016
The Trenton Country Club provided the perfect back drop to what was an inspirational evening. On Thursday, November 3, UPstanders and Kidsbridge supporters gathered for our 10th Annual Humanitarian Awards Celebration. We regaled this year's honorees, and were treated to very diverse and moving tributes. Being honored were: Denise Taylor/Great Looks Salon; Hal English/Grand Bank; Mayor Bert Steinmann/Mayor of Ewing; and Brian O'Reilly representing Philadelphia Insurance Companies. These four special individuals were being honored for their leadership and their humanitarian efforts in our community. Attendees also enjoyed light fare and beverages. Kidsbridge appreciated their participation in our Silent & Live Auctions, and[...]
Princeton School Superintendent says:"Every year, we send all of our fourth-graders to the Kidsbridge Tolerance Center because we realize that reinforcing social emotional skills at early ages is the way to go. Kidsbridge is one of our favorite bullying prevention/diversity appreciation programs, because it is “evidence-based” for attitude improvements in empathy, empowerment, moral reasoning, and stereotype awareness. The social emotional skill foundation training our students gain at Kidsbridge are the foundation to become caring and respectful human beings." — Steve Cochrane, Princeton Schools Superintendent
2016 Humanitarian CelebrationClick here to see ALL the photos.
NEW mobile outreach programNow you have two options: Either we come to you OR you come to us!
What an UPstander.. try not to cry watching this ! Lynne ... See MoreSee Less
He saved 669 children from the Holocaust - now watch the audience when his secret is revealed.