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The Bridge Over Troubled Waters

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 4 people are interested

Running Alliance Sport is doing a benefit race for The Bridge Over Troubled Waters (TBOTW). We are in need of volunteers that want to have fun while helping with a great cause.
TBOTW is a crisis center that helps men, women and children who are victims of domestic, sexual violence and homelessness. By coming out you will help a victim have control of their life again.

Volunteers are needed to help set up, water station, fill and pass snack bags, clean up, break down and go. Most importantly, cheer runners as they run to save a life.

Come with your friends, family or alone and be part of the solution to end violence.

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About The Bridge Over Troubled Waters


3811 Allen Genoa Rd, PASADENA, TX 77504, US

Mission Statement

The mission of The Bridge is to offer support, provide safety, and prevent domestic and sexual violence.


The Bridge assists those affected by domestic and sexual violence, and/or homelessness in southeast Harris County, Texas. The agency offers a comprehensive spectrum of services-addressing physical, mental and emotional needs while always honoring ... the clients’ choices. They include: 100-bed shelter; 24-hour crisis and referral hotline; 24-hour advocacy and accompaniment to hospitals, schools, police stations, courts, and other agencies; 41 units of permanent housing for women with disabilities and children in their care; eight units of transitional housing for single women; extensive non-resident services; on-site children’s services including childcare and advocacy including skill development, parent/child assessments, support/education groups, wellness exams, school transportation and other supportive services at the emergency shelter and the permanent housing program; case management including assessment, safety planning, counseling, support groups and community referrals; and community outreach and prevention/education including training to professionals in medical criminal justice and social service fields, students and the community. All agency services are offered in English and Spanish.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Crisis Support


Sat Mar 20, 2021 - Sun Mar 21, 2021
06:00 AM - 02:00 PM  


2400 Hammer St.Seabrook, TX 77586



  • Outdoor Recreation


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Four hours commitment for the day with notice.
  • Wear comfortable clothes you do not mind getting dirty. Please check the weather to dress accordingly.

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