Bridging Community Gaps has been involved in building communities, see some of the previous events below.....


Tuesday, March 29, 2016 

Children have been scheduled for pickup between 07:30am - 8:15am.  We will arrive at the Apple Store in Rancho Cucamonga at 8:45am.  Our session will begin at 9am sharp!  The children have been scheduled to create their very own movie trailer.  Our Apple representative has prepared goodie bags for all attending!  This should be an awesome trip!!!


Lead by Victory Outreach in collaboration with City Council Member LaDonna Jempson & several other Faith-based organizations.

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Approximately 176 people joined the Peace March on Saturday, March 26, 2016.  Thank you to Pastor Mark Orellana of Victory Outreach Moreno Valley for allowing BCG and KTI to be a part of this powerful peace march, it was an honor for the BCG/KTI staff to volunteer time and shuttle services for the march participants.  The concert after the march was also a success, the dj and artists performing really moved the crowd.  To wrap up the event there was a community social.  Residents and event participants were able to socialize, eat, and enjoy entertainment.   

Because of the support and donations received by BCG during our 2015 Christmas Dinner Giveaway, we were able to provide five families a complete Christmas Dinner - including dessert and feed forty homeless individuals.  That was a total of EIGHTY people served!  We are grateful and humbled by this experience.  In 2016 we are looking to make an even bigger impact on our community.  A special "Thank You" to: Jones Family Childcare, American Tire - Moreno Valley, Lincoln Berridge (Rising Stars Academy), D LaDonna Jempson (MV City Council District 5), Urias Family Childcare, Towngate Think Together - staff & parents, Stater Bros (North Moreno Valley), and Kriste Hurd.  Thank you for being the change that you wish to see in the world!

We collected over a truck load during our October 2017 Hurricane Disaster Relief!!

Riverside County you are AWESOME! We all saw the devastation over the past few weeks. Christ Riders and BCG made a call to action and Riverside County businesses and residents answered! Special thank you to Moreno Valley City Councilmember David Marquez for jumping in and working extremely hard for the cause. To PepsiCo, Riverside - Thank You for the generous donation of 20 pallets of water! We would also like to extend our gratitude to the following for answering the call to humanity: KD Donuts on Ironwood/Pigeon Pass, VFW Post 8457, Stater Bros Ironwood/Pigeon Pass, Moreno Valley U-Haul on Sunnymead Blvd, and Western Municupal Water District. Last but not least to the many volunteers and residents of Riverside County, we could not have done it without you - THANK YOU!