L’OREAL WOMEN OF WORTH, TALKS TO US ABOUT CHARITIES, BREAKING STIGMAS, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY “WHY YOU’RE WORTH IT”
HOLR Magazine interviewed Simryn Atwal, regarding Bridge the Gaps work, inspirations and impact in the British Columbia Community as well as the Loreal Women of Worth Grant. To learn more about how the non profit was started, and how far it has come, check out the article!
L’Oréal Paris Women Of Worth Awards 2021: Mental Health Activist Simryn Atwal Tells Us Why She Needed To ‘Bridge The Gap’ To Connect Youth & Seniors To The Right Services
Anokhi Life talks to Simryn Atwal about the importance for reaching inner city communities, what BC is lacking in mental health resources and the intersectionality of multicultural communities and stigma. To learn more about the Bridge the Gap BC programs, why they matter and how the organization is specifically targeting marginalized populations to increase diversity in mental health services, check out the article.
City of Surrey Heart Award
Bridge the Gap and Simryn Atwal has been awarded the Surrey Civic Heart Award. Bridge the Gap is extremely grateful to the City of Surrey, and the Mayors office for the award. Only given once every four years for philanthropy and community work for vulnerable populations in Surrey, we are honoured to have our mental health work highlighted. We aim to shine a spotlight on the difficulty in service accessibility for youth living in Surrey, and the City of Surrey has aided us in this goal.