Boston Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) raises funds for Bridge

Tim Hardin (Cesari and McKenna, LLP), Amy McDuff (Murtha Cullina, LLP), and Ginni Klier (Kotin, Crabtree & Strong, LLP) presented a check to Elisabeth Jackson (second from right), Executive Director of Bridge Over Troubled Waters.

Tim Hardin (Cesari and McKenna, LLP), Amy McDuff (Murtha Cullina, LLP), and Ginni Klier (Kotin, Crabtree & Strong, LLP) presented a check to Elisabeth Jackson (second from right), Executive Director of Bridge Over Troubled Waters.

Boston Association of Legal Administrators golf tournament fundraiser benefits Bridge laundry services

Most recently, Boston Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) members supported Bridge Over Troubled Waters with a backpack drive and survival aid kits during the holiday season.

Wanting to continue their partnership, Boston ALA members designated Bridge Over Troubled Waters as the beneficiary of their golf tournament fundraiser, specifically for a new washer and dryer set.

Here at Bridge, youth are able to do laundry. But our help does not stop there.

Youth depend on our washers and dryers when they run out of clean clothes in their backpacks. While doing laundry, our youth are also able to take a shower, eat a meal, and connect with counselors about their job and housing search. Each time youth come in for laundry, each one gets closer to ending their experience of homelessness.

Thank you so much to Boston ALA for helping defray the costs of our washers and dryers that needed to be replaced!

Looking to partner with Bridge?

If your company or organization is looking for a way to help, you can learn more about the variety of ways you can get involved with Bridge Over Troubled Waters. Contact Barbara Baxter, Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations at bbaxter@bridgeotw.org.