There's Always Something Happening at Harbor and Bridge


Trials for Hope

Trials for Hope has a mission to deliver dignity and hope to those who fall between the cracks, bringing wholesome food, personal care items, and warmth to the Greater Cleveland area. Check out their website for more information.

As a Certified Yoga Teacher and Registered Nurse, Ashley is a wellness advocate who believes that general well being can be enhanced by focusing on physical activity, nutrition, and stress management. With over 10 years of practice, Ashley seeks to guide students on the path of yoga to establish better health, deeper connection and improved strength of body, mind and soul.

Click the tile for a link to her site to sign up for classes and see a full schedule.


Bicycle Donation and Repairs

Bicycles remain an important mode of both transportation and recreation for many people. H&B is always open to accepting donated bikes. From there we work with the Link Up Bike Ministry (bike garage is in Clark-Fulton/Tremont neighborhood) to fix them up to safe and ridable standards, and then deliver them to residents in the area.

Blessing Box

The Box is a way for neighbors to support neighbors by keeping an accessible supply of necessities available at all times for anyone in need. Items can be continuously placed and removed as needed. Helpful items include: Canned food with ring pulls, boxes of crackers, boxes of cereal, socks, mittens, toiletries (including hand soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste), toilet paper, hand warmers, bottled water, anything non-perishable and helpful to neighbors.

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Collective Thoughts Group

Collective Thoughts is a chance to read, reflect, and respond to difficult and divisive issues. We often talk about local issues (housing, policing, politics, gentrification, etc.), and sometimes talk about more broad ones. It's kind of like an in-person version of the comments section of a social media page - except less childish and more productive. 

Email Matt ( for a .pdf or link to our next reading, and then meet with the group on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 9am to discuss!