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Our Story

BridgesWork is the fulfillment of a dream of two retired educators.


In 2011 it was the vision of Randy and Jan Morgan to develop a sustainable program that would break the cycle of poverty they so often witnessed while working in the public schools in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area.


By bringing students and teachers, across multiple grade levels, together to participate in academic, spiritual and practical activities, they have successfully forged many long term, powerful relationships among the students and the adults.  These relationships are another avenue of hope and motivation for each child.


Since the summer of 2011 BridgesWork has grown in both the number and types of program offerings.  Today over 150 students annually from several schools in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District, and other local districts, come together for summer and Saturday activities.


During this time students participate in reading comprehension lessons; visit museums, libraries and theaters;  participate in character development lessons; and enjoy challenging games, team sports, music, STEM and social and emotional learning (SEL) activities.  They also engage in service projects and participate in leadership development classes.

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