Bed's for Grace
Your gift to us on NWA Gives Day will buy new beds, dressers, chairs, and other much-needed furniture items for the young women who call Saving Grace home!
Why is that SUCH A BIG DEAL????
Because the bedrooms at Saving Grace are truly sacred spaces! This may be THE FIRST bedroom she's ever had to herself, or even the first bed she's ever slept in.
Since we opened our doors in 2010, more than 115 girls have called Saving Grace home. That's a lot of sleeps! Our beds, dressers, and chairs have faithfully served their purpose with us for nearly 10 years and they're ready to retire!
Thank you for helping us furnish "Grace!"
A Little About Us:
Saving Grace is a Christ-centered home in NWA that serves young women who have aged out of foster care or are experiencing homelessness. We provide them with relationships, skills, and resources to empower lasting generational change!
According to the National Foster Youth Institute, more than 23,000 kids age out of foster care every year in the US
and 20% of those will become instantly homeless on their 18th birthday.
Half will develop some form of chemical dependence. There's only a 3% chance that those who age out of care will earn a college degree at any point in their lives, and 7 out of 10 girls will become pregnant
before their 21st birthday, forcing them to rely on some form of government aid.
God has empowered Saving Grace to lead the way in providing a solution to this epidemic. Since opening our doors in 2010, we’ve provided holistic support to over 115 girls, giving them more than just a place to sleep.
We believe in breaking the cycle of generational poverty, one girl, one day at a time.
Each young woman at Saving Grace receives:
Safe & Stable Housing
Want to find out how you can get involved?
Professional Christian Counseling
Money Management Training
Comprehensive Life Skills Training
“Cord of Three” Mentors
…and so much more!
We’d love to give you a tour of our home and tell you more about what God is doing in the lives of our girls.
Give us a call at 479-636-1133