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The Full Story


Through Jon Frejuste's profound insights and proven methodologies, The Bridge 330 serves as a safe haven for individuals seeking to rewrite their stories, embrace authenticity, and rebuild their sense of self. We provide mentoring tools that foster emotional health, resilience, and community impact, inspiring positive change that ripples through families, neighborhoods, and society as a whole. Join us on this transformative journey of personal growth, community building, and purpose-driven living at The Bridge 330. Together, we can break free from the chains of the past and build a bridge to a brighter tomorrow.

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the Mission

At The Bridge 330, our mission is to bridge the gaps in lives and communities, fostering emotional healing, hope, and purpose. We are dedicated to equipping individuals, particularly black men, with the tools and mentorship needed to navigate adversity, discover their true potential, and create emotionally healthy, thriving communities. Through our programs and resources, we aspire to catalyze positive change, one life at a time, ultimately building a bridge to a brighter future.

the Vision

The Bridge 330 envisions a world where every individual, regardless of their past or present circumstances, can find the support and mentorship needed to heal, grow, and thrive. We aspire to create a community where black men and all individuals can embrace their unique purpose, experience emotional wholeness, and actively contribute to building a society that values unity, compassion, and resilience. Through our unwavering commitment, we aim to be a beacon of hope, illuminating the path towards lasting social healing and transformation.


your greatest frustration is a problem you are here to solve.

Jonathan Frejuste  |  Author & Mentor



"He must increase. I Must Decrease." -John 3:30

"It’s easier to build strong children than to repair broken men"

Frederick Douglass

"I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."

Mahatma Gandhi

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