This past Wednesday was not our typical day at GRACE Main Campus.  It was even better!

Several of our devoted and incredibly creative volunteers and staff came together to coordinate an art project day for some participants of Feed Our Kids.

The children enjoyed creating “pour art” and participating in a fun photo project.  And quite the artists the kids turned out to be – the pieces look phenomenal!

Thank you to the wonderful young men of SASO for assisting with this event, and to our Gala Committee members, Leslie Casey, Beth Chernik, Daveen Miller and Lynda Warner (and Lynda’s daughter, Erica), for your fabulous ideas and inspiring involvement!

Our Gala Auction Committee, led by Daveen and Lynda, are working like crazy to make this year’s Live and Silent Auctions as amazing as ever.

These art pieces created by our clients will be featured in a new addition to the Silent Auction.  More details to come!

Our In-Kind Sponsors are absolutely essential to our Auction efforts, and we ask you to consider the following sponsorship options:

  • Give prized pieces or unique experiences for the Silent or Live Auctions as an In-Kind
  • Become a Sponsor of the GRACE Gala as a Monetary Sponsor
  • Purchase individual tickets or a table of ten

Each of the sponsorship levels will offer you the benefits of positive brand exposure, valued networking with other community-minded individuals and the satisfaction of knowing your partnership advances the mission of GRACE.

Volunteer, Leslie Casey, teaching children how to begin their “pour art” projects.

You can rest confident in the impact of your contribution as eighty-two cents from every dollar raised by GRACE, including the Gala, goes directly to the people we are committed to serve.

We promise to be wise stewards of your resources to provide compassionate care to as many families as possible.

Together we can make a lasting, tangible difference in the lives of children and their parents in our community.

Click here for more Gala sponsorship and donation details and to sign-up.  You may also contact our Chief Development Officer, Mark Woolverton, for more information.