The Bridge Builders Luncheon is the premier, annual fundraiser for Bridges for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Creating a relaxing moment in the typically busy day of our guests, this event will offer a time to unwind and enjoy some light entertainment, a lovely plated lunch by Bacon & Caviar, and to learn more about the important work being done at Bridges for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing! There is no cost to attend. Each guest will have the opportunity to make a personal gift or pledge during the event.


MOSD is happy to announce our 13th Annual Golf Tournament to raise funds for the deserving families and children we serve. 


Donations needed!

Drop off donations between 10am - 3pm any weekday starting May 2nd.

Volunteers needed!  Contact Becky Wood. (E-mail address above)


We have planned an exciting evening with music by Nick Black, fabulous food from some of our area’s most outstanding restaurants, casino games, an online silent auction, and amazing live auction items!  After this long period of socially distanced, virtual fundraisers, don’t miss your chance to escape to the “Roaring 20’s”!  Every dollar raised will help the students at MOSD learn to listen and talk.  


The Bridge Builders Luncheon is the signature, annual fundraiser for Bridges for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing! Harold Foxx, our wonderful comedian from the 2021 virtual event, has agreed to join us this year in person! We are so excited to have the opportunity to see him on the stage!

Tables are still available!

No cost to attend but every guest has an opportunity to make a gift.

This year we are also offering a virtual option for guests who would like to participate but can't attend in person.


8:45 a.m. (CDT) Sign on begins
9:00 a.m. (CDT) Online program begins

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If you need CART on a separate device, here is the link ----> CART



On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!  It is Time for the Fall Back 5K!

Welcome to the race that gives you what no other race can…an extra hour of sleep! Sure, you get a runner’s bib, and you get a t-shirt. But it’s that extra hour of sleep, courtesy of Daylight Savings Time, that really sets us apart. So let this running tribute to Daylight Savings Time begin!