Thank you Spokane Regional Health District (Torney Smith, Mike Riley, and Kim Kramarz), Molina Healthcare (Peter Adler), Microsoft for this amazing gift to bless our homeless and struggling friends on the streets of Spokane.
Very soon this bus will be equipped with laptops from Microsoft and a comfortable seat to relax in to take care of business.
With our new mobile network hub (internet cafe), our homeless friends will be able to connect with family, fill out job applications and resumes, use email, and much more.
The BLESSINGS PORTAL will be another medium of HOPE for our struggling friends in our community.
Tis the season for a reason to bless others.
It took her almost 8 years to write this book with the help, guidance and dedication from her editor Tawana Jones. She just completed the revision and new cover. Thank you to Craig Howard for sharing her milestone in this months edition of the Splash.
If you'd like a copy please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the Splash's article! (page 39)
With a 2 year process of meetings, planning and excitement with Molina, it was so humbling and overwhelming to see this finally come to life. President, Peter Adler, a man with a great heart served at the summer event in 2016. His words were, “I left impacted, and woke up a changed man”!
Here is what is even better! They will accept all types of medical plans, they have a system they can tap into nationwide. We can also embrace other medical support. Their hearts are 100% for those in need. Just as Dr. David Molina’s Hearts mission was when it was founded. ~ Simply beautiful! This goes live Aug 22nd! Yay!!
Thank you so much Molina Healthcare! Bless you all. Thank you Peter for following your heart and bringing Blessings to our community, our friends and most of all bringing “Blessings” Under the Bridge.
Thank you so much to Rebecca with the The Spokesman-Review for covering this story.
I’m excited! God thank you so much. You are showing off! 🙌🏻 💪🏻
BUTB is still collecting water to keep our friends hydrated. We all need to stay hydrated. Especially in this heat wave.
Can you collect or donate a case or two for BUTB!? We would love to keep our bottled water stocked up. It’s a huge blessing to hand out every week.
If you would like to support this drive or donate towards our water drive go to BUTB.ORG.
Please drop off at our new facility located at 10212 E. 9th #600 in the Valley Off Herald. Look for the BUTB trucks by the loading docks.
WE HAVE A NEW HUB!!
A BLESSING UNDER THE BRIDGE
WE DID IT!
I just sold my 100th one yesterday.
The support and feed back has been overwhelming. I’m Truly humbled 😌 If you would like to purchase a copy for $15 email me. Thank you Kim Kramarz for purchasing the 1st one and Doug for the 100th. -Keep Shining ☀️ -Jess
This last year, our dear friend and talented local artist Christy Lee wrote and recorded "A Blessings Under the Bridge (Homer's Song)" to share the story of one man's journey back home after living on the streets for 25 years and to support the mission to serve the homeless.
Please take a min and download this song on iTunes. It will be the best 99 cents you've ever spent and a true blessing to many others like Homer that still find themselves under our bridge!
BLESSINGS PORTAL HAS ARRIVED!
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Thank you to Hawk at KXLY 4 News for taking his time to come out and toure Blessings Under the Bridge's new HUB. What a blessing this new chapter will be for our mission. Thank you Valley Christian School - Spokane Valley, WA for working with us in our time of need. We look forward to our new relationship.
For our fans and friends, please visit our Go Fund Me page to support and help BUTB with our move expenses, material costs, and needed supplies. Also, if you are able to help with our New HUB wishlist please email Jessica @ BlessingsUnderTheBridge@gmail.com
Our goal is to be up and running at 100% by June 1st without missing one Wednesday night feed where we serve about 300 + of Spokane's homeless and struggling friends.
UPDATE:This weekend we broke ground into our new HUB. We unpacked some loads, organized shelves, knocked down walls and painted room after room. Over the next week we will continue to move over more things, finish painting, organize our new space and make this our own.