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Arizona Tax Credit You Decide

Arizona Charitable (formerly “Working Poor”) Tax Credit Form

The State of Arizona has a program that helps you, while helping The Bridge to Hope and the families we serve!

It is called the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit.  You make a contribution (see limits below) to B2H and receive a credit, for that amount, on your Arizona State Tax Return.

As always, please consult your tax professional with any additional questions related to your personal tax situation.

 

Tax Credit

Married: $400

Individual: $200

 

Thank you for support The Bridge to Hope with your tax dollars!

Download the Tax Credit here!

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What’s the cost?

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What is the cost of providing transformational housing for a homeless single mother and her children?

$25.50

For one mother for one day

We are lead to Psalms 25:5

guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long.

 

What is the cost to provide housing for a mother and her children in The Bridge to Hope?  $25.50

 

What can you do with $25.50 a day?  What The Bridge to Hope does with $25.50 is provide one family one day of housing where they receive guidance by a mentoring team, taught the truth that is found in the Word of God, giving hope – for one day.

 

We would ask you to support a B2H family for one day out of each month.

 

$25.50 a day times 30 days (one month) equals $765.  That is how much it costs to house a B2H mom and her children each month.  That is how much we are asking.  Pledge $25.50 each month and support a mother for just one day.

 

We are prayerful 29 additional families, 29 other bible studies, 29 further groups, 29 other missions would also give that special $25.50 to B2H, and the housing needs for one family would be taken care of.

 

The Bridge to Hope ministers to each B2H family one day at a time.  We invite you to invest in one day a month in the life of just one of our families.

Mail your pledge today!

WASH ME AND I SHALL BE WHITER THAN SNOW

Pure Heart

Recently the B2H Church teams joined their B2H moms in the cleaning and washing of all their things.   As we were doing the many loads of wash, the song, “Whiter Than Snow” was going through my mind.

Yes, it was good to help our moms wash and clean their apartments and their belongs, but we all have the promise that we can be washed and cleansed from our sins.

There are many verses in the Bible that speak of being clean or cleansed, so we were performing a physical task that we are able to experience spiritually as well.

These verses also come to mind:  Psalm 19:9, “The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring forever.”

Psalm 51:10, “Create in me a clean heart, O God.”

The verse that inspired the hymn writer is Psalm 51:7, “Wash me and I shall be whiter than snow.”

As we cleaned and washed with our moms, we were able to experience the joy that comes from having all things clean and fresh.

Written by Bethany Bible Team Member, Evogene

If you would like to learn how to become a volunteer on a church team, becoming a mentor who sharing daily with our B2H mothers the hope and that they can be washed and cleansed from their past, contact The Bridge to Hope today.

In the next 14 days let’s all invite someone to our Journey to Hope fundraising to fill the empty chair!

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In the next 14 days let’s all invite someone to our Journey to Hope fundraising to fill the empty chair!

Just think of how God can use you to help a family in their journey from homelessness to wholeness by inviting others to join you in supporting The Bridge to Hope.  Their first step could be by attending The Journey to Hope!

What if no one had the courage to invite you!

There is always hope-251688 (4)

Click here to register!

 

Jesus said,

“For I was hungry, and you didn’t feed me. I was thirsty, and you didn’t give me a drink. I was a stranger, and you didn’t invite me into your home. I was naked, and you didn’t give me clothing. I was sick and in prison, and you didn’t visit me. ’
“Then they will reply, ‘Lord, when did we ever see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or naked or sick or in prison, and not help you? ’
“And he will answer, ‘I tell you the truth, when you refused to help the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were refusing to help me.”
Matthew 42-45