All about Bridge of Promise and the Bridge Academy program.

Federal law guarantees an education for children with developmental disabilities like autism until the age of 21. But after turning 21 (each state determines the exact date), those young adults lose the specialized help and structure they've had for most of their lives. And there is no equivalent state or federal support required to take over.

Bridge of Promise loves to team up for some fun with others in the community and around the greater Seattle area! 

Bridge of Promise is a organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children, teens and adults with disabilities. We do this by offering community based programs, camps and respite support to families. We hope to continue providing services and with your help look forward to opening new programs for those in need.

Meet some of the families who's lives have been touched by the Seattle area non-profit organization Bridge of Promise. Special thanks to Lane Russell, Rod Butler, Bridge Academy Staff, Bridge of Promise volunteers and the families that have shared their personal stories with us.

Bridge of Promise is an annual Summer Day Camp for children and adults with developmental disabilities. All activities are modified and equipped to allow full participation regardless of disability. This event is also a great opportunity for our adult community members with developmental disabilities to have a part in either being a participant or choosing to be a volunteer and work with our staff in running camp stations.