IPC's 2016 Bridge the Gap 5K

A big thank you to everyone who participated in this year's Bridge the Gap 5K! Although it was a rainy walk, we all had a lot of fun. Check out the IPC's Facebook page for photos from the race day in Portland and virtual 5K's as far away as Japan!

The Bridge the Gap 5K is about more than a fun time together. We are partnering together to make it possible for more girls to participate in a Princess Club. Girls are mentored by women from their community. They are empowered with their true identity and value. While many girls have experienced a Princess Club, more programs are waiting to start. Because of the Bridge the Gap 5K, we are closer to making that happen! Thank you!

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You can help make it possible to empower the girls who are waiting for a Princess Club in their neighborhood. Find out the different ways to be involved by clicking here. 

Email us to inquire about how your particular passion and gifting can make an impact! Each of us is uniquely designed to shine a light for others to see. Join us and become a Champion today!

 

As of Oct. 1, 2016

As of Oct. 1, 2016

Thank you!
 

Thank you also to the sponsors of the 2016 5K:

Anonymous family

Bridgetown Home Inspection
www.BridgetownHomeInspection.com

Paul Strobel, State Farm Insurance

Anonymous family

And to the generous businesses that supplied prizes & goodie bags for all racers: Insomnia Coffee, Fresh Thyme Soup Company, Sisters Coffee, Pietro's Pizza, Amanda Eldridge (Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant), and Stanford's Tanasbourne. Thank you for your partnership!

Finally, thank you to Laura, Brian, and Emma who staffed the event and to all of the racers, in PDX and beyond! 

 

 

HOW WE WORK

 
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We partner with local organizations in multiple countries around the world

 
 
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Adapt our curriculum to best fit local contexts and effectively instill true identity and worth

 
 
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Train local leaders to teach curriculum, start local groups and replicate

 
 
 

Local at-risk girls are instilled with identity and worth and are now empowered to share with others

 

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