The Bridge of Hope is a not for profit foundation that through collaborative partnerships, advocacy and representation addresses social justice issues aimed at reducing and preventing vulnerability and disadvantage.

The Bridge of Hope works to reduce the barriers faced by some of the most ‘at risk’ members of our society and help them to overcome vulnerability, disadvantage and exclusion. Our priority areas include children and young people in, or leaving, Out of Home Care; disadvantaged youth and the wrongly convicted.

By understanding and responding to the lived experience of the vulnerable individual, influencing policy and driving social justice and law reform we aim to reduce the barriers faced by some of the most at-risk members of our society and to help them overcome disadvantage, exclusion and oppression.

The Bridge of Hope Foundation believes that by achieving our purpose we will see a world whereby all young people are supported, empowered, capable and able to reach their full potential; families are strong and resilient; and the rights of the innocent are protected.