Click here for the Bridges Together YouTube channel, where you can view a series of videos about the program and the participants.
Take a look at our Bridges: Our Smarts program in action in the Chelmsford Public Library.
Below is a recently televised interview with Andrea Fonte Weaver, founder and executive director of Bridges Together.
Andrea Fonte Weaver has received numerous awards for her work, including:
Wheelock College Alumni Association, Boston, Elizabeth Peabody Palmer Award “in recognition of extensive and outstanding work improving the lives of children and their families and demonstrated commitment to finding unity in all types of diversity,” 2014
Wheelock College, Boston, “125 Outstanding Alumni Improving the Lives of Children and Their Families,” 2013
Holy Cross Club of Greater Boston, “Crusader of the Year” Award, 2013
The Town of Sudbury, MA received the following awards for the Bridges program:
Kenneth E. Pickard Municipal Innovation Award from the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA)
The R.O.S.E. Award from the Executive Office of Elder Affairs for resourceful innovation in serving elders
I Am A Rabble-Rouser and Proud Of It!-Bridges Together’s Executive Director, Andrea Fonte Weaver, had the pleasure of working with GRAND Magazine this month to share her story of her passion and purpose for starting Bridges Together. Family is everything to Andrea...
Intergenerational Month: A Conversation with Andrea-Have you heard? September is Intergenerational Month! Bridges Together is thrilled to be continuing the work of the organization Intergeneration Month. (Click here to read our post originally announcing this “passing of the torch.”)Sandy Kraemer,...
Ask the Intergenerational Expert: Q & A with Bridges Together-Ask the Intergenerational Expert: We are starting an occasional series featuring Bridges Together’s responses to intergenerational-themed questions that we receive. Here’s our first one, fielded during a recent webinar. Question: What should we do when...