Reaching Our Community
At GRACE + GRAIN we believe in giving back to our local community. When we think about giving Grace, we think of the Grace that was first shown to us, through Jesus. We see Grace as God's love in action. It's all about reaching out to our neighbor and offering a hand. One way GRACE + GRAIN gives back is through our quarterly #GiveGrace campaign. At the completion of each project, we ask the customer to nominate a charity they feel passionately about. At the end of each quarter, we randomly select a charity to be the recipient of our donation. This is one small way we are able to serve others, Check out a few of our favorite organizations below to learn more and find out how you can give Grace.
Embrace Grace, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed for the purpose of providing emotional, practical and spiritual support for single, young women and their families who find themselves in an unintended pregnancy. The primary goal of Embrace Grace is to empower churches across the nation to be a safe and non-judging place for the girls to run to when they find out they are pregnant, instead of the last place they are welcomed because of shame and guilt.
Many families in the United States have a rough time making ends meet. Circumstances, out of their control, force them to make decisions that normally they would not have to face, including loss of employment, unexpected expenses, health problems, or changes in the family dynamics. When situations like these occur, families need a helping hand to get them back on their feet.
For anyone living in Wise County, Texas, W.A.R.M. provides the following help: food pantry, utility assistance, prescription assistance.
Hope Planted is a mission minded organization where we seek to follow Jesus' lead when it comes to serving others, both local and abroad. We desire to not only provide short term necessities such as food and clothes, but to aid in establishing long term solutions in poverty stricken communities. These include education, healthcare, and vocational training; thus allowing a long term effect on communities.