In light of COVID-19, Bridge of Hope Ministries is now operating our normal hours 9 am – 2 pm. We are however splitting the day into two shifts: 9 am – 11 am and 11:30 am – 2 pm, to allow for cleaning and sanitizing high touchpoints.

Hope Education has stepped into full gear, moving all tutoring online via video chat. Using the latest technology our students have been able to pick up where they left off. Several students have been able to increase their reading skills during this shutdown because they are receiving the type of help they need more frequently. Some of our students are still unable to access computers. We are in communication with staff at SLPS to see if this can be remedied during the summer months. 



Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday

9 am – 2 pm


Ways You Can Help

Prepare & Bring Personal Care Items

Make bagged Care Kits for our unhoused community.  Baggies filled with sample-sized toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion.  For other things we need, our list on our donation page is updated weekly, there we also have our rules for donation that help us keep everyone safe. Donate Now

Schedule a Work Day for your Group of 3-8

Gardening maintenance, sorting in the clothes room and helping clients fill out miscellaneous paperwork. Email [email protected] 

Computer Access  / Assistance for Adults

If you are interested in offering computer assistance within the classroom beginning June 15th, Email [email protected]  and we will get you the training / information you will need. 

Adults access job applications, basic educational support (Khan Academy, etc), and social services via five socially distanced computers in the classroom. You need to feel comfortable with a computer, finding basic information, and helping troubleshoot passwords and logins with non-tech-savvy friends. (Weekly assistance is preferred. Coming every Monday 9-12 is better than monthly or biweekly.)

Tutor Remotely

Robin is working to create a database of tutors, areas of specialty, and times of availability. At this time most of our students are using a dyslexia specific curriculum that can be used remotely with training. We do have a handful of teen students seeking help with high school subjects. If you are tech-savvy, willing to learn to coordinate (Zoom, phone, OneNote, BlueStacks, Google Docs, Google Chrome Remote), send a note to [email protected].

Donate a Computer

We are seeking donations of laptop computers with cameras to use for remote tutoring. These computers would go to families where 2 or more family members are currently enrolled in Hope Education tutoring.