We partner with the following local and regional non-profit organizations by offering financial support and providing service opportunities throughout the year:  

Appalachia Service Project is a Christian ministry, open to all people, that inspires hope and service through volunteer home repair and replacement in Central Appalachia. Grace usually travels to Jonesville, Va., to serve with ASP each year for a long weekend in the spring.

Christian Library International brings Christ to imprisoned adults and youth through Christian literature and Bibles.

Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina provides food to people at risk of hunger in central and eastern North Carolina.

Meals on Wheels provides nutritious midday meals to housebound, mostly senior citizens in our area. They have an urgent need for volunteers to deliver meals. This is a great opportunity for individual volunteers and small groups to serve the community.  It takes only about an hour to deliver all the meals on a route.

North Raleigh Ministries helps neighbors in need with everyday necessities of life through its food pantry, crisis center and thrift shop.

Note in the Pocket provides clothing to impoverished and homeless children in Wake County. Through partnerships with schools, agencies, individuals, businesses and foundations, this local organizations clothes children with dignity and love.

Grace Raleigh recently formed a partnership with Fox Road Elementary School, which has a high percentage of low-income students. We provide food bags for students and their families during holiday breaks, collect supplies for teachers’ classrooms and help the school maintain the grounds. Tutoring opportunities are also available. If you are interested in volunteering as a tutor for a student struggling with reading, please contact Lane Morgan at lanemorgan1@mac.com.

Grace on Mission – Hurricane Relief Saturdays

Grace has joined forces with the Baptists on Mission disaster relief effort on the 3rd Saturday of each month to help repair uninsured homes in Pender County damaged by last fall’s hurricanes.

Volunteer groups will depart at 6:30am from either the Grace parking lot or the Biscuitville on Wake Forest Road. The work is basic and involves pulling down and repairing drywall, removing nail heads and hauling trash to the street. Groups will return to Raleigh by about 5:30pm.

The next volunteer date is May 18. If you’d like to help a family move back into their home, please register here.

Contact Tom Proctor at tproctor59@gmail.com with questions.