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ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Michelle B. Williamson is a devoted wife, mother, businesswoman and philanthropist. Professionally, Michelle manages her own medical equipment company named Diabetic Soles. Also, being the daughter of a clergy and intervention specialist, it is no wonder that Michelle entered into her own brand of ministry, one of helping children. 

Thus, in 2007, Michelle founded Bridges for Hope, a non-profit dedicated to providing hope to children of an incarcerated mother. Currently, she is the Executive Director for the foundation.​ Michelle credits her personal successes in life to her extraordinary "love" for children and humanity. In fact, she lives by the words of a favorite scriptural verse that says Love, "bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things."
The Bridges For Hope Foundation is registered in Georgia as a nonprofit organization. The Bridges For Hope Foundation is a public charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Bridges For Hope Foundation © 2013.
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2007 - 2014  Bridges For Hope Foundation
The Bridges For Hope Foundation is registered in Georgia as a nonprofit organization. The Bridges For Hope Foundation is a public charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 
Bridges For Hope Foundation © 2013.  
CONTACT US TODAY!!! 

1300 Ridenour Blvd 
Suite100 
Kennesaw, Georgia 30152 

Phone: 404-480-HOPE (4673)
Fax: 888-495-8205
Email: info@bridgesforhope.com
VOLUNTEERS: Nick Bivins, Clarence Lawson, Raquel Dominguez, Jevon Gross, Raiany Silva, Elijah Hayes & Justin Bivins
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION
In 2007, Bridges for Hope was founded with the sole mission of helping families bridge the gaps in the lives of children affected by the incarceration of a mother.

We achieve our mission by:
  • Providing transportation services to and from family visitations
  • Providing mentoring opportunities to the children
  • Providing children and their caregivers a supportive and social network