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Who We Are

At 410 Bridge we believe we must redefine the war on extreme poverty, how to win it, what it means for the people and communities living in poverty, and how we fight that battle together.

What We Do

410 Bridge engages with global communities stuck in extreme poverty to achieve two primary objectives:

1. Indigenous Leadership

Partner with community leaders to define success and prioritize initiatives across the 5 critical areas for community development



Work with community leaders to become their own solution in the war on poverty, to redefine and shift their perspectives on leadership and ownership of decisions, results and success onto the community itself. 


The outcome =
Community Graduation

We measure our success not by what we do for the community, but what the community does for itself. Our goal is to get communities to the point of graduation, where they no longer need help from outsiders.

How We Do It

410 Bridge partners with local community leaders, at their invitation, to help them activate their communities, and define and achieve success across the 5 key areas of:


Featured Stories

April 7th COVID-19 Global Updates

April 7th COVID-19 Global Updates

Hello, 410 Family, Each day, even each hour, we learn new information about how COVID-19 is affecting our communities and countries we work in. Below are three video updates from our Executive Director, Kurt Kandler - one for what we know is happening in Kenya, one...

410 Bridge COVID-19 Country Updates

410 Bridge COVID-19 Country Updates

As things progress around the world and in the countries where we serve as 410 Bridge, we want to be proactive in keeping all of our partners, supporters, and 410 Family updated with what we know from our global staff. Below are three video updates from our Executive...

Fond Baptiste’s Water Victory!

Fond Baptiste’s Water Victory!

Fond Baptiste is a community in the St. Marc region of Haiti that was desperate for water with an estimated 500 households and 4,000 people living in the area. The remote village sat high up on a mountain, and traversing the roads to reach the people was extremely...