Branson students uplift kids by sharing guitar skills

Esteban Preciado and Andrew Murr are juniors at the Branson School in Ross and were able to arrange weekly group lessons during Bridge the Gap’s after-school program for the Sausalito Marin City School District. Murr, Preciado and others in the Branson Rock Band class have been teaching guitar lessons to the children at the district’s […]

May On the Scene – Marin Magazine

Here are some of the most fun and fabulous local galas, fundraisers, celebrations and other events to see and be seen at this month around Marin County and in the Bay Area. May 2 Bridge the Gap’s Vines and Vision Gala Sausalito’s Bridge the Gap hosts its annual Vines & Vision Gala to support its […]

Marin educational equity project thrives from modest origins

“When the late pastor Fred Small started a reading program with a couple of friends in 1995, it was one of the first volunteer efforts to advance educational equity in Marin. Small, who was the pastor of People’s Inter-Cities Fellowship in Marin City, and the volunteers would read to small groups of students at the […]

Nonprofit of the Year 2023 – Giving Marin

“As a nonprofit, Bridge the Gap has shown exemplary leadership in addressing crucial issues such as educational equity and community development,” Assemblymember Connolly said. Read more 

2023 CA Nonprofit of the Year

We’re proud to share some exciting news: Bridge the Gap has been selected as Nonprofit of the Year by Assemblymember Damon Connolly of the 12th District. We’re so honored to be included among some 100 other nonprofits in CA recognized for making a difference in their communities. Read more

Southern Marin district names school for MLK

After months of talks and a community survey, the Sausalito Marin City School District has named its new unified school Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Academy. The new name will cover both of the unified school’s campuses in Sausalito and Marin City. Read more about it on Marin IJ 

Marin Voice: Golden Gate Village plan must respect history, help find equity for families

The Marin City community has a rich history and legacy that must be considered to provide critical context for today’s conversation about the future of its housing. Bridge the Gap’s focus on academic inequities and intervention is directly connected to issues our students’ and family’s housing quality and security. This is an opportunity to not […]