Blessings Under The Bridge
Every Wednesday Night at 6 pm
Our office/HUB are located at 7503 East Sprague Avenue, Spokane Valley, WA 99212
Spokane Valey, WA 99212

Contact: Mike & Jessica Kovac | |General questions, media, interviews, speaking and fundraising events.

* To request a receipt for your donation email Peter Young.

* Food donations email Loren Berry.

* Barrel donation pickups
Jessica Kovac.

* To volunteer
Tania Lopez  

* Web Coordinator
Taysha Lopez.
Visit Our Website


Our Mission: 

"Through God and unconditional hope, we endeavor to reach, bless, and offer love to the homeless and less fortunate by restoring purpose and dignity to the hearts of the homeless in our community and the communities around the world."

We serve a large dinner to 400 homeless and low-income people every Wednesday night 6-8 pm, on the east side of McClellan Street, between 3rd and 4th Avenues.  This meal is served regardless of the weather, all year long, with a heavy dose of love and friendship. 

We are Spokane's largest homeless outreach.  Many homeless people are very challenged by structured solutions, so we meet them where they are at, which means serving meals outside.  This also allows children to volunteer with their parents, as we cultivate an informal community that welcomes everyone.  Our heart is to live, love, serve and just be with these people. 

Volunteer Opportunities:
  • Volunteer to help prepare food, or make baked goods.
  • Volunteer to serve food.
  • If you'd like to volunteer or sponsor, please email Volunteer Coordinator Tania Lopez:

Please do not take donations to the meal site, but drop them off at the HUB, 7503 E. Sprague Avenue, east of Park Road and next to Napa Auto Parts in Spokane Valley, any time Wednesday from 10 am - 5 pm; hours vary on other days, so call.  

Personal care items:
Toothbrush, toothpaste, toothbrush holders, floss
Travel-size deodorant, Kleenex, chapsick, lotion
Feminine - tampons, pads
Hair - comb, small brush, ties,
Band-aids, First-aid supplies, cough drops, Emergen-C packets
Small scissors, nail clippers, nail file/emery board
Anti-bacterial wipes, Baby wipes, washcloths
Cough drops

Larger items:
Bus passes
Headlamps, small flashlights
Wool socks, Ponchos
Sweats, thermals
boots, tennis shoes
Reusable bags
Blankets, backpacks, sleeping bags
Hand and foot warmers
Travel mug

Drink items: 
Individual Packets:  cocoa, hot cider, instant coffee, Gatorade, Crystal Light, tea bags

Food items:

Individual size:  instant oatmeal, apple sauce, pudding, cereal
Individual packages:  beef jerky, pepperoni sticks
Cup of noodles, fruit cups
Granola bars, Candy, chocolate
Gift certificates to McDonald's, etc.

Games/Small Gifts:
Card games, travel games, small puzzles
Hacky sacks, small balls, YoYo's 
Harmonica, Whistle
Word search, crosswords, Sudoku
Pads of paper, pens/pencils/markers/crayons
Small craft kits, coloring books

Carabiner clips
Ziploc bags - quart and gallon size
Milk bones or rawhide sticks (for pets)

We can also use Amazon, Target and Walmart gift cards to purchase what we don't get in donations. 

Last Updated By: Taysha