Silicon Valley Youth Bridge

Our Mission

To promote academic excellence in the areas of math, critical thinking and logic, to foster positive social interactions and teamwork, and to provide an opportunity for a lifetime of learning, enjoyment and community by inspiring the next generation of bridge players.

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Silicon Valley Youth Bridge (SiVY Bridge) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization which offers free after school programs, clubs, events and other opportunities for youth to learn and play bridge.

SiVY Bridge was founded in 2013 and, in its first four years of operation, has exposed hundreds of youth to the game of bridge. Starting out with after school lessons and monthly events, SiVY has expanded to offer Summer Camp, Mentorship Programs, (Grand)parent/Child Duplicate Games, Casual Fridays, High School/Collegiate Championships, and Sponsorship to the Youth North American Bridge Championships (YNABC).

Bridge offers many academic and social benefits for young players. These have been confirmed by research and similar programs in other parts of the country.

By providing an accessible, well-structured, and fun way to learn the game, the goal of the SiVYBridge program is to inspire the next generation of bridge players on the San Francisco peninsula and surrounding areas.

SiVY Board of Directors thanking Founding President, Debbie Rosenberg (front row, 2nd from left), for her leadership.  October, 2017.

SiVY Bridge, a part of the Peninsula Bridge Education Foundation headquarted in Mountain View, is working together with the American Contract Bridge League (ACBL), Palo Alto Unit 503 and Santa Clara Valley Unit 507 of the ACBL.

Are you interested in becoming a volunteer? We need help in many areas from administration to teaching.