Bridgeland Community Fun Run/Walk for Heroes 2022
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On April 23rd 2022, The Bridgeland Community Supports Veterans, Inc. (TBCSVI) held its annual picnic for residents of Camp Hope in Houston, Texas. Camp Hope is a residential treatment program for veterans dealing with mental health issues including PTSD. We grilled sirloin hamburgers provided all the fixings as well as homemade side dishes & desserts.
Thank You To The Spencer Company!Thank you to The Spencer Company for your steadfast & generous support of The Bridgeland Community Supports Veterans, Inc. On June 8, 2022, a large tree was dedicated in your honor at Lakeland Village Festival Park, where the annual Veterans Day Festival & Fun Run/Walk for Heroes are held.
Frost Bank Blackhorse Financial Center Open House on Wednesday, November 10th, 2021 At this event TBCSVI received a $5,000 donation from Frost Bank for their interest in supporting local veterans.
The Bridgeland Community Supports Veterans, Inc. (“TBCSVI) is holding our Third Annual Camp Hope Picnic on Saturday May 22, 2021 starting at 11am at Camp Hope. Camp Hope is a residential facility for about eighty veterans suffering from PTSD and other mental illness. Our goal is to make friends and develop relationships with the vets
The Bridgeland Community Supports Veterans, Inc. would like our community to know that during this pandemic, that our veterans and enlisted service persons can rely on us. We created a fund to aid those in our immediate vicinity (Bridgeland) and within 7 miles of Bridgeland. Learn more about the aid on page 3 of the
The Bridgeland Community Supports Veterans, Inc. (BCSVI) thanks The Spencer Company for its very generous donation of $10,000. The Spencer Company does the landscaping in Bridgeland. We also thank the other contributors who were sparked in part by the generosity of Spencer Company and donated an additional $6,600. Read more of the article by following
Join all your friends and neighbors as we come together to celebrate those that have given so much for our freedom- our Veterans. We will have a "Veterans Memorial", Live Performance from Commercial Art, Children's Bike Parade, Children's Games, Singing Contest, Patriotic Music, Bridgeland's Patriotic Photo Contest and a Sidewalk Chalk Drawing Contest. To register
The Bridgeland Community Supports Veterans, Inc. would like our community to know that during this unprecedented time of uncertainty due to COVID 19, that our Veterans can rely on us. We created a fund to first assist those Veterans in our immediate vicinity (Bridgeland) and then we assist Veterans who live close to Bridgeland (I.E
Every Veterans Day in the Bridgeland community, residents gather in front of a 12-by-8-foot American flag and listen in silence as the names are read of all the veterans who served in the U.S. military and live in or have ties to Bridgeland families. The ceremony has been hosted by the local nonprofit The Bridgeland