Who is Grace House Amazon

The Kids

In March 2016, we began a feeding and day program for the kids of the neighborhood where Grace House is located. This neighborhood is comprised of 18 government provided homes (Grace House is a renovation of one of them) as well as other homes where many empoverished families live. Rosa knows this community well and has reached out to specific children who do not receive meals on a regular basis. We are providing lunch Monday through Friday for on average 35 kids.

With Your Love

Additionally, 70 children participate in our day program throughout the week. This program provides tutoring, mentorship, biblical teaching and discipling, as well as a safe place to study and play. We have four staff members and three volunteers who help with all of the needs of the home, from cleaning to cooking to tutoring to discipling. We have other community volunteers who come several times a week for Bible study and extracurricular activities like cross-stitching. We hope to expand to offer classes in music, language arts, and art (but we need more volunteers!)

Meet Rosa

At the age of fourteen, Rosa felt a strong desire to one day run a home for abandoned and abused children. Having been a young mom herself, she understood the difficulties that parents often face raising their kids, but she never allowed that to be an excuse for her to neglect her own young boys.

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