Sleep Out Saturday Videos Archive
"Sleep Out Saturday - Imagine" Teens, youth pastors and community leaders reflect on their Sleep Out experiences and share why sleeping out changes their lives and the lives of homeless families in DuPage County.
"Sleep Out Saturday - I'm Going Home" Hear from brothers Justyn and Jordyn how it feels to be a homeless child. These two courageous boys share the story of their mother's love, hard work and determination to keep her family together and get through very tough times so they could build a home and a life together, with the help of Bridge Communities.
"Sleep Out Saturday - There's No Place Like Home" offers a glimpse of what "home" means to those in our community who don't have one. You can help offer homes and hope to DuPage homeless families by participating in Sleep Out Saturday. Register your group or as an individual sleeper and you can also make a difference to homeless families in your community.
"Sleep Out Saturday - Keep Holding On" introduces you to DuPage County teens dedicated to helping homeless families in DuPage County.
"Sleep Out Saturday - Get Involved" features families that describe life experiences that led to homelessness and how their involvement with Bridge Communities helped them get back on their feet, learn the skills needed to be self sufficient and begin their new life.
"Sleep Out Saturday - Outside Looking In" features popstar Jordan Pruitt and her hit song Outside Looking In and a personal message to all the Sleep Out Saturday participants.
"Sleep Out Saturday - Join Now" features Christy and Channel as they share their struggles of experiencing homelessness as a teen and young mother. Learn how you can join Sleep Out Saturday and make a difference in the life a homeless family in DuPage County.
Bridge Communities' Auto Donation Program helps client families get back on the road to self-sufficiency. Donated vehicles help client families have safe transportation to get to work and to transport their kids to school and child care. In 2015, more than 30 cars were donated to Bridge client families.