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In collaboration with Do Better Comics, Venice Community Cleanups, and Mind Wander Collective, the Legacy Bridges Foundation will co-host a Beach Cleanup Event on Saturday, September 17th (National Cleanup Day) from 9am-11am.

This event is to raise awareness about marine pollution and the impacts to the environment and human health. Our community partner, Do Better Comics, has designed a unique platform using art, storytelling, and original superhero characters to engage and encourage community members to do their part to help save the planet.

SNOOP Special Stars (SSS) invited the Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. to participate at their 5th Annual SNOOP Special Stars Football & Cheer Camp. The SSS division serves all Special Needs children and young adults (5-18+) with physical and intellectual disabilities. Inspiring Stars in a fun and safe environment sportsmanship and physical fitness. SSS goal is to break the negative stigma surrounding Special Needs and to provide supportive and positive resources within inner city communities and surrounding areas. 

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For every purchase you make through AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate to the Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. 

Click here to link your Amazon account. 

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Community Recognition

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The Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. was recognized by the City of Fontana Mayor, Acquanetta Warren and the Fontana City Council for our "continuous commitment in raising awareness about epilepsy and providing support to those in need." Thanking the foundation for our "commitment to the community."

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The Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. was recognized by City of Rialto Mayor, Deborah Robertson and the Rialto City Council for our "continued mission to raise awareness of the disease of epilepsy. It is important to have a voice standup for those who can't, to be a champion of hope and support for the many affected with this disease." Thanking us for "being a beacon to the many communities" that we serve. 

The Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. was recognized by California's 36th Congressional District Representative, Raul Ruiz, M.D. thanking the   foundation for our "tremendous work raising awareness about epilepsy and providing support to those in need."

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General Updates

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Every year, $2 billion goes unused in the form of gift cards. So turn your unused gift cards into a donation for the Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. Check out our Charity Choice page for more information.
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