The Bridge Golf Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to use the game of golf to improve life outcomes for young men of color. Through specialized immersion in golf-related activities, we believe our young men of color can close gaps in achievement, learning and opportunity.
The Bridge Golf Learning Center, our foundation’s wholly-owned for-profit subsidiary, is an outgrowth of this emphasis on utilizing golf to make a social impact. The Center provides fee-based services for golfers of all skill levels and ages in a state-of-the-art indoor facility in Harlem. As a part of our mission to create greater opportunities and exposure for our young men and their families, we are committed to making the sport more accessible and affordable for all people.
STEM learning is the anchor of The Foundation’s After School curriculum. Our STEM team will also provide fee-based programming in The Center for primary school students that connects science and math with golf. Our STEM programming hopes to develop the next generation of leaders in what is the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. economy.
Our After School programs also include mentoring, character education, college and career readiness, and service learning. More information on these programs is here. We also have an In Schools Program, which brings golf instruction to more than 500 students in six Eagle Academy schools in New York City and Newark.
The Center will also host free screenings of documentaries, movies and exhibitions, as well as various educational and cultural events related to golf and our work with young men of color.
Through The Bridge Golf Learning Center, The Bridge Golf Foundation is dedicated to cultivating a lively and engaging community-centered space, where golf is a powerful medium to change the world for good.