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Bridge to Life Center Kitchen and Culinary Institute

 
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Mission Solano, Nordby Construction, DeNova Homes and HomeAid Northern California are proud to announce that the Mission Solano Bridge to Life Center has reached Phase 2 in construction of the Kitchen and Culinary Institute. This facility offers an opportunity for 208 homeless and hungry individuals to be fed, housed and trained with compassionate and strategic care. This also offers our partners in our community the opportunity to give back to the area that has given us so much. Will you consider helping those that need it the most?

We would like to partner with you to bring HELP and HOPE to the homeless of Solano County. The Bridge to Life Center Kitchen and Culinary Institute will bring the Mission Solano Bridge to Life Center up to capacity of 208 individuals. It is an exciting thing to see hundreds of men, women, veterans and especially children sleeping, eating and connecting safely in one place.

Your business, your church or even your family can be a part of bringing life to individuals that have lost everything. Your generous sponsorship can bring meals to the hungriest in our county. A simple meal can make all the difference in beginning a journey toward breaking the cycle of homelessness.  Continuing that journey is where the challenge truly comes. Offering practical training through the Culinary Institute, where local chefs will be training Mission Solano guests on the art of the back kitchen, will help sustain Mission Solano guests through to graduation.

Look to see where you might be able to be involved as a partner in this project:

Kitchen and Culinary Institute

The Mission Solano Bridge to Life Center Kitchen and Culinary Institute is the linch pin in the ministry of Mission Solano. We are so excited to begin construction and prayerfully ask for your continued support and encouragement.

For more information, call us at (707) 425-3663 or email info@missionsolano.org
 

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Bridge To Life Center By The Numbers...

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Three nutritious meals a day, 365 days a year, means that over 220,000 healthy meals will be served to men, women, children and veterans in the process of getting their lives back.

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208 individuals will be able to sleep, eat, and be trained at the Mission Solano Bridge to Life Center once the Kitchen and Culinary Institute is completed.
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78 percent of people leaving the Bridge to Life Center go into permanent sustainable housing.
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One individual, company, church or family is all it may take to bring to fruition the dream of the Bridge to Life Center Kitchen and Culinary Institute. Might you be the one who makes the difference?

 

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Bridge To Life Center Vision and Plan