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 a Christian non-profit organization designed to support missionaries in their efforts. Former Grace staff members, Casey and Sarah Prince (who moved to Cape Town, South Africa in 2009 to serve as missionaries) raise their financial support through Acts of Grace.
Casey co-founded and is the Executive Director of Ubuntu Football – a non-profit, elite soccer academy whose mission is to mentor and educate the next generation of great African leaders. Sarah serves as pastor at Ubuntu, as well as being a community developer, author, and advocate for the special needs community.
Addis Jemari (AJ) empowers orphans, vulnerable children, and their families to end generational poverty. AJ is a non-profit 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 the 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 non-profit Christian ministry serving along the border in the city of Reynosa and in the town of Miguel Alemán, Mexico. Since 1994, Faith Ministry has been making a difference in the communities they serve by building houses, providing school scholarships, providing nutritional support, meeting spiritual and medical needs, and offering community fellowship. Grace sends mission teams every year to partner with Faith Ministry and to work alongside our Mexican brothers and sisters to build houses and relationships.