The Bridge at Green Street

We are closed June 29 – July 2 to celebrate Independence Day. We will re-open on Monday July 6.

The Bridge will be open for food distribution from 9am to Noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The Wearhouse will be open from 9am to Noon on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Donation hours will be unaffected. 8am to 6pm from Monday – Thursday

Love The Hub is July 9th-11th. Click on the Logo to find out more about it and how you can get involved.

The Bridge at Green Street does not and shall  not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, religious creed, disability, age, political beliefs or reprisal or retaliation of prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by the USDA.

The Bridge Market

If you qualify for food assistance, you are able to receive a food box from our market once per month during hours of operation.  You qualify if you receive EBT, SSI or TANF or fall below the specified income guidelines. Those income guidelines are posted at The Bridge. You do not need an appointment for a food box.


Below are suggested donations for The Bridge Market.

Canned Meats: Tuna / Chicken / Vienna sausages / Ham

Instant Mashed Potatoes, Hamburger Helper, White Rice, Hearty Soups, Pop Tarts, Cereal

Personal Hygiene Items: Toothpaste / Soap / Deodorant / Shampoo

The Bridge Wearhouse

The Bridge has a clothing Wearhouse which is full of wonderful gently worn clothing. We have clothing for adults and children, as well as a Baby Boutique, which may include baby items other than clothing. Anyone is welcome to shop!  Items are available for a $3 donation per bag. Larger items that do not fit in our bag are a $5 donation per item. You may shop once per week, and purchase up to three bags per week.

The Wearhouse is open on Mondays and Wednesdays from  9am-12pm

Face masks are required

Financial Assistance will be unavailable while the Bridge is closed from June 26- July 2. We will begin accepting Financial Assistance Applications on July 3.

The Bridge Financial Assistance

If you are in need of financial assistance with a bill, we may be able to help you. However, please note that we are funded solely by donations so the financial assistance may be limited. We see clients by appointment onlyExpect to wait 24-48 business hours for a response. First you will need to watch the Informational Session to learn about our guidelines and requirements by clicking the Video Player.
Please note that some of the information in the video has changed.

The Bridge Bikes

The Bridge offers refurbished adult bikes for a $20 donation, which includes a helmet and bike lock. These bikes are not new, but rather gently used so they do not come with a guarantee. We also accept donations of used adult bikes. You can either obtain a bike or donate a bike during hours of operation.  If you need to donate a bike at other times, please call us at 864-699-4321 to make special arrangements.

The Bridge Kids

Bridge Kids is an after school program for Spartanburg Northside children K-5 through 5th Grade, Tuesday & Thursday Afternoons 2:30–5:30 PM at The Bridge. Kids can come for fun, food, and homework help! If you would like to volunteer with Bridge Kids, contact Angela Springsteen at or call 864-699-4335.  Please contact Angela to register your child.

The Bridge Scholars

The Bridge Scholars is our ministry to Middle School students.  They usually attend Carver Middle School and come to The Bridge on Monday afternoons. If you are interested in registering your child, please call 864-699-4335 to leave a message for Angela Springsteen, the Director of Children’s Programs.

The Bridge Library

Everyone is welcome to visit The Bridge Library.  Come browse, read, and check out books. Please call 699-4321 to set up an appointment.

History of Green Street

In 1889, our church planted Green Street Baptist Church near the Spartan Mill to reach the community for Christ. In 2016, 125 years later, the members of GSBC voted to give back to their “mother church” and The Bridge was born. Click below for the full history!

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