Bridges of Hope Takes Flight

Today as we officially begin the 2021-22 program year, we are delighted to debut our new organization logo and a fully revamped website. Our new logo features warm shades of blue, green & yellow to convey a sense of safety, nurture, and growth. The kites...

A New Community Ritual – Hope Blossoms

With 32 years of offering a Candlelight Memorial Ceremony in the fall, Bridges of Hope is pleased to begin offering a second community ritual each spring. Hope Blossoms is a unique opportunity to gather as a community & plant in memory of someone who has died. This ritual will provide a safe space to honor someone by emphasizing life though a living memorial, such as a plant, all while blossoming hope for our new beginnings.

New Year – New Mission-New Name-

Last summer, we shared the important strategic decision to shift from being a broad end-of-life advocate to become a grief-focused organization (read the full announcement here.) So, with our new mission in place to focus on the needs of children, teens, & their families grieving a death, we are now pleased to debut our new name:

Together We Made A Big Decision

We are pleased to announce our decision to focus exclusively on serving the needs of children, teens, & their families grieving a death. Since our origin as Hospice of Charleston back in 1980, we have been providing end-of-life support in many different ways....