A former builder now constructs bridges that offer far more than meets the eye: hope, help, and results to those in great need.
American Ken Frantz was so moved by a photo he saw in the National Geographic magazine that he founded the nonprofit organization Bridges to Prosperity. This volunteer organization constructs bridges in Africa, Asia and South America in order to improve the lives of isolated people. The bridges provide these same people with improved economic activity, medical services, the ability to attend schools and find jobs, and more. All of the bridges are built with local support and labor. Bridges to Prosperity just completed their 50th project this past November.
A bridge, a man with a vision, and a problem of extreme world poverty that can be solved with the help of all of us.
For more information and/or to donate, please visit: Bridges to Prosperity Website