In the News
The ROW Foundation (2019) posted Board member Kurt Florian’s reflections on his trip to Bolivia on behalf of the epilepsy program.
Mission Matters Live (2018) recorded an interview with Solidarity Bridge for Chicago Archdiocesan radio. A copy of the interview, and an extended interview, are available to stream online.
The Nonprofit Optimist (2017) interviewed Executive Director Ann Rhomberg on the topic of cultivating and maintaining a positive and productive office environment.
The Make it Better Foundation (2015) selected Solidarity Bridge for its Social Justice Award. The short video and article were featured online and in their print magazine.
Better Business Bureau Charity Review (2014) Solidarity Bridge prides itself on seeking the highest levels of accountability, and is a Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accredited Charity.
Ruin My Life the Plans I Have Made Blog (2014) A nurse in Bolivia shares her experience of caring for a Solidarity Bridge patient, baby Daniel.
Evanston RoundTable Article (May 2014) A local newspaper featured Solidarity Bridge’s effort to load a semi truck with medical equipment and supplies bound for Bolivia.
American Way Magazine Ad (May 2014) This free, full-page ad was part of our prize package from American Airlines’ “Flights, Camera, Action” competition.
Inc. Magazine Ad (February 2014) Another free, full-page ad was part of our prize package from American Airlines’ “Flights, Camera, Action” competition.
Medtronic Philanthropy Report (2013) One of our valued partners, Medtronic, shared the story of a Solidarity Bridge patient, Roberto, on page 5 of their Philanthropy Report.
Los Tiempos Article (February 2013) A national Bolivian newspaper featured an article, “Neuroendoscopy within Reach for Everyone,” celebrating latest-generation equipment donated by Solidarity Bridge and training by US surgeons.
Evanston RoundTable Article (July 2013) A local newspaper featured Dr. Roberta Glick, a Solidarity Bridge missioner and neurosurgeon.
AANS Neurosurgeon Article (Winter 2013) The American Association of Neurological Surgeons featured Solidarity Bridge’s Neurosurgery Program in their publication.