Blessing Buckets

What are Blessing Buckets?

A Blessing Bucket is a five-gallon bucket filled with essential items that are used by individuals every day. When received, these buckets help to enrich lives and become a small token of God’s love to a person in a time of crisis.

Where Do They Go?

God’s Pit Crew delivers tractor trailer loads of Blessing Buckets to some of the hardest hit areas after a natural disaster. Since January 2019, God’s Pit Crew has distributed tens of thousands Blessing Buckets to those in need.

Who Receives Them?

God’s Pit Crew distributes Blessing Buckets to individuals both domestically and internationally who are in need of essential supplies due to natural disaster, tragedy, or severe poverty.

What's in a Disaster Relief Blessing Bucket?


A Bible and a personal note to let the recipient know that someone is thinking of them.

Food Items

3 bottles of water and 4 packs of nabs/crackers.

Personal Items

1 toothbrush (individually wrapped), 3 feminine products (individually wrapped), full-size toothpaste, full-size deodorant, 15–16 oz thin bottle of shampoo, soap (individually wrapped), comb (individually wrapped), full-size thin bath towel and 1 washcloth.

Miscellaneous Items

Flashlight with extra batteries, roll of toilet paper (individually wrapped), paper towel (individually wrapped), disinfectant wipes, alcohol or peroxide, hand sanitizer (travel size), tissue (purse packs), bandaids, and examining/cleaning gloves.

What's in an International Blessing Bucket?


A Bible and a devotional

Personal Items

Bar soap, shampoo, lotion, toothbrushes (individually wrapped), toothpaste, towels, washcloths, and blankets.

Miscellaneous Items

Jump rope, coloring book, pencils, pens, crayons, markers, pencil sharpener, composition journal, catch/play ball set, and a ruler.

What's in an Emergency Blessing Bucket?


A Bible

First-Aid Supplies

Various sized bandages, gauze sponges, abdominal pads, tourniquet, medical scissors, hydrogen peroxide and non-latex examining gloves.

Personal Items

Wet wipes, tissue, hand sanitizer, paper towels and toilet paper.

Miscellaneous Items

Flashlight, fast-acting sugar, trash bag, Bee spray (for self-defense), small cups, emergency checklist and instructions on how to stop a bleed.