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Our Give A “Little” Hope program kicked off in June of 2021 with Delaney. We are pleased to introduce Gabe as our next recipient! This program was designed to bring joy into the lives of children impacted by sickness, poverty, or addiction. We accept nominations through the form below and select from the qualified nominees...
Watch the video from our very first recipient of our new program, the Give A “Little” Hope Program! Delaney had such an amazing time with us and we loved seeing her beautiful smile! Learn how you can nominate the next child by clicking the link below! NOMINATE A CHILD
On March 29, Real Woman published “A Woman’s Battle to Overcome Addiction and Give Back to Others Still in The Fight” in a sprawling and thorough piece about Megan Cohen’s journey and what drives her to continue paying it forward. Read the whole story here: A Woman’s Battle to Overcome Addiction and Give Back to...
Megan Cohen who is only in her late 20’s spent many years off and on the streets dealing with an opioid drug addiction. Today she is in recovery and together with her mother Jennifer Shablin has started up a new initiative called The GRACE Project. The GRACE Project aims to show grace and offer hope...
From Kev Nichols’ YouTube Channel – From homeless to hope, Megan Cohen shares her success story of how she was able to overcome her struggles with addiction and life on the streets of Kensington. Meg talks about the GRACE Project and how she has turned her darkest path, into the brightest light. Through prayer and...
On January 8, 2021, we were profiled by reporter Matteo Iadonisi for 6ABC Action News! The full article can be read at the link below: Former opioid addict gives back through random acts of kindness
On December 22, 2020, Marion Callahan published our story in The Intelligencer (Bucks County, PA) and was picked up by U.S. News & World Report. We are incredibly grateful for the coverage of our efforts to build up those in our community that need our help. “When I started The Grace Project, the main point...
UPDATE: The holidays are a time to spread love and joy. Unfortunately, a lot of parents spend this season in constant panic and heartache instead because they don’t have the means to give their kids the holiday celebration they would like to. Every child deserves to feel the joy of this season and no parent...
It all started with one small idea to bring some food, and some hope, to the homeless in Kensington- people Megan Cohen had connected with after living on the streets herself. She had no idea how big it would become. Now Megan is awaiting non-profit tax exemption status for The Grace Project, which has become...

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