Family Contribution Program

PAC funds a variety of programming, events, building improvements and classroom supplies  for our community and the Fundraising PMC ensures that we have the resources to do year after year.  Some of the highlights of our fundraising include the Annual Family Contribution Program, the Silent Auction as well as the  Super Bowl Pool, the Fun Run and Spring Carnival.  Please join us in planning this year’s fundraisers by chairing a specific event, volunteering, or donating.  Your participation is vital at whatever level you choose.

“Better Together”

The 2021-2022 Family Contribution Program

Suggested Contribution: $250 per child annually or $25 per child per month
Participation Goal: 100%

What makes Bridges unique?  First, we have all chosen to be a part of this community.  We all believe in educating the Whole Child.  The curriculum at Bridges allows us to live that vision through the numerous field trips, project based education, community events, our Naturalist program, our Performing Arts programs, and so much more.  Unfortunately, the funding Bridges receives through our taxes dollars simply does not cover the expenses that our programs require. This is where PAC steps in.   It is up to each of us to supplement the school’s funding so that our children can receive the education that we all want, that we all chose.

Each year the Family Contribution Program is the first step in ensuring Bridges can provide the enriching activities that the Bridges and Bridges PAC have planned for our children and our families.

Contributing is easy! Click Here or Text bridgesfamily21 to 41444 and select a one time donation or set up a recurring monthly payment for your contribution!  You may also make check payable to Bridges Parent Advisory Council.

If you like to join our Fundraising PMC (Parent Managed Cohort) or check out a meeting and contribute ideas, please email Nicole 

Fundraising PMC

Nicole Louderback

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Ventura County Office of Education (VCOE)

5189 Verdugo Way

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