Grace Raleigh has several thriving and meaningful partnerships with ministries that work across the border, overseas and throughout the world.
Acts of Grace
Acts of Grace is the ministry of former Grace staff members Casey and Sarah Prince, who moved to Cape Town, South Africa, over ten years ago to serve as missionaries. In addition to doing life and ministry in their community, Casey co-founded Ubuntu Football – a non-profit soccer academy whose mission is to mentor and educate the next generation of great African leaders — for which Sarah presently serves as Director of Formation and Casey as Executive Director. Follow Casey and Sarah on Instagram at @rcprince and @sarahcprince.
Addis Jemari (AJ) empowers orphans, vulnerable children, and their families to end generational poverty. AJ is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Raleigh, NC and was co-founded by Grace Raleigh partner Suzanne Ward. Addis Jemari’s two programs, AJ Home for once orphaned and vulnerable teenage girls, and its Family Empowerment Program, where AJ strives to keep families together through education, discipleship, economic empowerment and social support, both take place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Currently, Addis Jemari is serving more than 200 children, mothers, and fathers through its holistic approach.
Faith Ministry is a border ministry in Reynosa and Miguel Aleman, Mexico. It works primarily with U.S. churches to build houses, provide scholarships, feed children and families, meet spiritual and medical needs, and offer community fellowship. Grace sends construction teams to partner with our Mexican neighbors to build houses and relationships.
Rise Against Hunger
Rise Against Hunger is a Raleigh-based international hunger relief agency dedicated to ending hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives and responding to emergencies. Since 1998, the organization has coordinated the distribution of food and other lifesaving aid to children and families in countries all over the world.