We can't wait for you to read our 2022 Annual Report!
Though 2023 is almost halfway underway, we want to take a quick trip back in time to reminisce on the work that God did in 2022. We believe it’s important to pause and look back on the accomplishments of our organization and honor the volunteers and supporters who made it all happen.
Our amazing team of volunteers and donors are acknowledged in this report. We also include a list of babies and loved ones whom donations were made in their memory. You will also find powerful pictures and videos from the year, family and hospital testimonies, operations information, and impact numbers.
We hope you'll be inspired by what we accomplished together in 2022:
(Please click on the image of the Report below to be taken to the PDF document)
Putting this annual report together is one of my favorite things to do each year. Though it’s certainly a labor of love, it’s also a humbling opportunity to reflect on all that God is doing in and through Bridget’s Cradles.
But when I say “through Bridget’s Cradles,” I don’t mean the 501c3 nonprofit organization. I mean the people who make up the ministry.
You see, it’s not the “entity” Bridget’s Cradles that is able to do all of the things you will read about in this report. It’s the people: the generous, selfless, and loving people who comprise every part of this ministry that God Himself has put together.
When you read the 2022 Report, you’ll see how God orchestrated the impact of our mission through the selflessness of many amazing volunteers and supporters.
Will you join us in thanking Him for all the generous people who made up this ministry in 2022? We hope you’ll continue to support us this year as we press on to serve families in 2023 together.
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