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Bremerton Area

Quick Facts

Estimated number of local youth: 2,500


Total population: 40,000

Bachelors or higher: 20.1%

Below poverty level: 17.7%



Bremerton is situated along the Kitsap Peninsula in the Puget Sound area in Kitsap County. The town is divided by the Port Washington Narrows. The Puget Sound Naval Shipyard is located here. The fine arts scene is recognized as one of the biggest and most noteworthy in the Northwest Region. The Gold Mountain Golf Complex has been rated as one of the premier public golf courses in the United States. Bremerton is also the home of Olympic College.

Guests enjoy the Kitsap Conference Center, two hotels, fine dining, coffee shops, cafes and the Port of Bremerton Marina in the downtown Harborside area. Downtown features the Arts District, Bremerton Naval Museum, Boardwalk, Harborside Fountain Park and PSNS Memorial Plaza. Manette features even more cafes and shopping. A few blocks north of downtown is the beautiful Evergreen Rotary Park.

Some of the unique challenges in Bremerton revolve around access to housing and healthcare, poverty, and mental health issues. We hope to work with our great community partners to bring hope to local youth.


Our Mission is to bring Hope to local youth.

Cassandra Jameson

Campus Life Leader

Cassandra leads the team in West Bremerton and operates our drop-in center, "The 801". The current focus is meeting students in Bremerton HS, Mountain View MS, and West Sound Tech. You can contact her at:

Denzel Samuel

Campus Life Leader

Denzel supports Cassandra and the Bremerton team. Denzel leads our drop-in center in East Bremerton, The Underground. He can be contacted at:


Support Bremerton Youth

Like every nonprofit, the bulk of our work is funded by generous individuals through donations. Some people give a single gift, and others prefer to give monthly. All proceeds go towards bringing Hope to local youth.



There are a lot of ways to get involved and make a difference in the lives of local youth. Click the button below to learn more.

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