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Bridgeworth Host Higher Academic Summer School Scholars and Supporters

Julie Ellis, Director of Marketing and Business Development, sits on the Advisory Board of the Higher Academic Summer School. Julie and Bridgeworth hosted the HASS Scholars and Supporters at a recognition event on Thursday, April 9th. Each year, advanced students from the Black Belt spend three weeks of their summer at Indian Springs School in …

Bridgeworth Celebrates 8th Year of YWCA’s Kids Korner

Bridgeworth is proud to support the YWCA of Central Alabama through their 8th Annual Kids Korner Luncheon. A sponsor from the luncheon’s inception, Bridgeworth recognizes amazing work being done in our community, and the work of the YWCA is exceptional. This banner event raises funds for the Kids In Distress childcare center at the YWCA’s …

Bridgeworth Introduces New Holiday Campaign

We recognize that clients have a choice and we appreciate those who choose to work with Bridgeworth. As such, we want to honor our clients by giving them a choice.  We are pleased to introduce our 2014 Holiday Giving Campaign. We are asking clients to designate one of three local non-profits to which we will make …

Bridgeworth Holiday Giving Spotlight: Magic Moments

Magic Moments was founded in 1984 by Shelley Clark, who had a vision of giving children in Alabama struggling with illness an opportunity to forget about their condition while having a magic moment come true. Clark talked to other community leaders and with a small grant from the Junior League, Magic Moments was born. Since that simple beginning, Magic Moments has …

Bridgeworth Holiday Giving Spotlight: The Literacy Council of Central Alabama

The Literacy Council of Central Alabama has four pillars of service: advocacy and awareness, literacy support services, training and professional development, and direct service in both adult basic literacy and ESOL. But everything they do is for one reason: to create a more literate society. A more literate society is a healthier, more prosperous and productive …