Our Partners & Donors
Friends of BTS
BTS is especially thankful for our major donors and contributors. They are all friends of BTS whom without we would not be able to support our clients.
We are truly blessed by this generosity.
Grants & Donations
BTS's operational funding is dependent on grants and charitable donations.
These donations help make a difference in the lives of thousands of Rochester area residents.
"On October 18th you filled over 120 shopping bags and boxes to the brim with food and personal items for Brighton and Beyond the Sanctuary Food Cupboards.
Both organizations thank you for your support. As they anticipate Thanksgiving they see the need multiplying due to layoffs and rising unemployment. Your efforts to support them through food and donations of money is much appreciated.
Neighbor to Neighbor wishes you a healthy Fall and Winter. We are all moved by your thoughtfulness."
- Pamela Rodgers, Collaborative Change/ StressPoint Consultant- Strategies for Effective Living
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Corn Hill Association
You Have Our Deepest Thanks
CARES Emergency Food
Emergency Food & Shelter Program
Greater Rochester Health Foundation
United Way Crisis Grant
BTS Thanks All of Our Sponsors
Dr. David Anderson
Collis and Lucy Burdett
Corey and Chelsea Casher
Dr. Linda Clark-Lewis
Rachel Y. DeGuzman
Mary J. Derleth
You Have Our Deepest Thanks
Dr. Ricardo Figuero
Jack and Bonnie Garner
Rev. John Hardaway
Jim and Heather Herendeen
Rev. & Mrs. Douglass & Becky Hess
Mr. Ken and Mrs. Pamela Hines
Wendy Howitt & Jeffrey Levinson
Jewelle Gayle Jones
Jim and Kim Joy
Barbara Kelly and Thomas Riley
David A. Murante, ESQ
Dale and Ellen Olsen
Diane Beaviens Perry
Simon Pontin and Marie Calvaruso
Mary Elizabeth Rich
Bill and Rina Schaufer
Arlonzo and Robin Shepherd
Brian and Michelle Wenink
"I just wanted to report to everyone that we successfully assisted 14 of our families to receive food with the new partnership with Beyond the Sanctuary. These families received a whole ham, a huge bag of frozen chicken nuggets, fresh fruit and vegetables, a bag of canned food, 2 containers of juice, and a starch of some sort. The box was huge and all the families expressed appreciation with no complaints.
Also, I briefly perused the clothes closet they have. Most of these clothes had tags on them or were in next to new condition. They had men’s and women’s dress attire, men’s suits with tags. They also have new sneakers and children’s summer clothes as well. They are interested in donating these things to our clients, we would only need to give them sizes and some identifying information about the client, with their permission of course.
Lastly, HUGE SHOUT OUT TO KEN FOR ASSISTING ME YESTERDAY WITH DELIVERIES!! I DEFINITELY WOULDN’T HAVE BEEN ABLE TO ACCOMPLISH THE DELIVERIES WITHOUT HIM!!"
- Tina Marie Jones
Bridges to Success