The GRACE Project

Restoring Hope Through Acts Of Kindness.
102% Donated
Goal : $5,000.00
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$5,120.00
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Hope, Compassion, & Grace Are What We Stand For.

The GRACE Project started in the Greater Philadelphia region, where we deliver weekly provisions to those in need. With continued growth and expansion, our reach is extending beyond geographical boundaries, pulling those who need our help closer to us and, in turn, us closer to them. 

Our outreach is helping to spread hope through acts of kindness through our volunteer program coordinated within communities who call upon us for help.

We would not be able to do what we do each week if it weren’t for the support of others We want to thank anyone who has contributed from the bottom of our hearts.

Clean water, food, hygiene items, and providing hope to those struggling are at the heart of The GRACE Project.


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support@teamgraceproject.org



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FAQ

What is The Grace Project?

– The GRACE Project aims to show grace and offer hope to those in need. We currently deliver food and clothing donations and every other week we bring hygiene and first aid supplies as well. After we distribute everything, we pick a section in the neighborhood we are visiting to sweep up trash.

Is my donation tax-deductible?

– If you’re in the U.S., yes, you can.

What percentage of my donation goes towards programs?

– All donations go towards food, clothing, and hygiene items to give to those in need. We also take in-kind donations. Everything is delivered directly to those in need.

What’s your goal?

–  As we continue to grow, through donations and hands-on volunteer work, we hope to be able to help more people in need. This goes beyond those that are homeless.

Our goal is to offer grace and hope to anyone who may need it, from someone who is just turning their life around and could use some help getting on their feet to someone struggling with mental health issues to the parents of a sick child who are facing financial struggles.

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