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GRACE Cares, Inc.

Org #57243
Vetted since 2019
2002
year founded
$245,870
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
14
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

GRACE Cares' mission is to partner with local leaders to catalyze action through small-scale development projects. We aim to support communities in sustainably meeting their own needs while respecting local cultures and traditions. Founded in 2002, our projects have successfully helped build healthy, educated, just and productive communities over 20 year years! GRACE Cares provides expertise, funding, and support for health, education, peace and social justice, cultural preservation, and economic development projects.

Project Leaders
Grace Cares
Grace Cares
Cindy Levine
Cindy Levine
Team
Lamia Lahrech, Cindy Levine, Dorothee Stangle, Austin Treat
Organization Information
PO Box 442
Newfane, VT 05345
United States
802-254-8084
Organization Information
PO Box 442
Newfane, VT 05345
United States
802-254-8084

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Thank you!

By GRACE Cares, Inc. | GRACE Cares, Inc.

We at GRACE Cares want to express our deepest thanks to all who have donated to support our work empowering local heroes and communities. Your donation has allowed us to give direct assistance and... Read the full report ›

Update #18 - Our Youngest Attendee Ever!

By Juana "Nina" Rodriguez | Coordinator of Community Learning

On August 2, 2023 we inaugurated our 10th cohort of Community Health Leaders (CHLs), and we couldn’t be more excited for the 8 women who have been dedicated to learning about preventative health... Read the full report ›

Thank you!

By GRACE Cares, Inc. | GRACE Cares, Inc.

Seventeen-year-old Angelica resides in Pachay Village, San Martin Jilotepeque. Orphaned by her father, Angelica is the fifth child in the family. Her mother, Mrs. Josefina, has made every effort to... Read the full report ›
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