Promotes the holistic development of children, families and communities.

Promotes the holistic
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Welcome to the Bridge Foundation

Bridge Foundation CREATIVELY ENGAGES SCHOOLS , COMMUNITIES AND INSTITUTIONS

Implements school-based literacy & community engagement programmes


Promotes and implements environmental sustainability programmes in schools and for targeted CSR institutions


Provides technical assistance, training, consultation to schools, ngo's and social impact organizations  

Our Current Projects

Shell Sponsored Read to Rise Programme @ Mayaro R.C.School

Bridge Foundation and UWI DCFA Collaboration

University of the West Indies (UWI) Public Art Project 2015 in the classroom under the art direction of Professor Ken Crichlow , Ms. Lesley-Ann Noel and Mr. David Collymore.

BG Trinidad and Tobago and now Shell sponsored Read to Rise in Mayaro & Guayaguayare  in Trinidad & Tobago.

The goal of R2R green space is to innovate local educational and environmental advocacy processes for young children and their families.


R2R Green space is funded by Global Environmental Facilities (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) United Nations Development Fund (UNDP) in collaboration with University of the West Indies (UWI) Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA).  

UWI-DCFA coordinators are currently Mr. Keith Cadette and Ms. Adele Todd.  

R2R Green Space Parent Engagement Workshop

Our Services

Knowledge Mela at GEF SGP UNDP Knowledge Fair.

  • Creating a network for         NGOs and CSOs 
  • GEF UNDP Knowledge            Fair

  • Local school board training
  • Capacity building
  • Local School Boards

Parent Training at Mayaro Resource Centre

Bridge Foundation conducts parent workshop trainings as part of the Read to Rise programme at  Mayaro Govt. Primary School and Guayaguayare R.C .School.

Read for the Record Day 2017 at St. Theresa R.C. School

On Read for the Record Day 2017, students from University of Texas visits both Guayaguayare R.C and Ortorie R.C. School

Authors and local celebrities support Read for the Record Day -2010-2017