Alumni Spotlight — Zimkhitha Ndinga

HFB will periodically spotlight one of our alumni. If you are interested in being highlighted please contact Miriam Doyle at info@handsforabridge.org Name: Zimkhitha Ndinga Year(s) in Hands for a Bridge: Since 2004 School Affiliation: Isilimela Comprehensive High School, Capetown, South Africa  Post-secondary school education and/or work, and future plans: After graduating high school in 2004,…

Call for Applications

Future HFB Class of 2018-2019: the application process is now open for Roosevelt High School students who are current Sophomores or Juniors. Applications need to be turned in to room 235, Mr. Michael Magidman, by Friday, April 20 (Friday after Spring Break) by 4:00 pm. Hard copies of the application can be obtained by inquiring…

Arts and Culture Series

Join us for a film screening of Promised Land, an award-winning social justice documentary examining the Duwamish and Chinook tribes, their fight for restoration of treaty rights and what the federal and societal recognition process says about indigenous sovereignty today. A panel discussion and reception with the filmmaker and elders from the Duwamish and Chinook tribes will…

Alumni Spotlight — Amy Stromme

HFB will periodically spotlight one of our alumni. If you are interested in being highlighted please contact Miriam Doyle at info@handsforabridge.org. Name: Amy Stromme Year(s) in Hands for a Bridge: 2009-2010 School Affiliation: University of Puget Sound Post-secondary school education and/or work, and future plans:                    After graduating from Roosevelt High School in 2010, I…

2017 Annual HFB Auction

Please join us for an evening of libations, hors d’oeuvres, and entertainment. 6-9pm on Saturday November 18, 2017, Bloedel Hall at St. Mark’s Cathedral This not your standard sit-down auction, but a fun social event with opportunities to mingle, bid on hundreds of silent auction items, and enter exciting raffles. Lots of easy free parking.…

Now More Than Ever: Stand Up for Social Justice

Now more than ever, we must prioritize social justice education for our students.  At this divisive time, our students and teachers are working together to build more dialogue and understanding between and within our communities. But we need your help to keep up our important work. Hands for a Bridge relies on the support of…