When we started Grace Center nine years ago, we were given a piece of land by the local government.
We still have two large buildings left to build, the children's home/temporary care, kindergarten/after school program.Each of these buildings are $60,000. Naming opportunities are available.
Not having the money to build, we were renting houses and ended up renting 8 houses at a time.
God is so good! Now that many of the buildings are built, we no longer have the high prices for rent, so we are able to help more people. We are only renting one house. Praise God!
The first photo is a satellite image and I wrote in the details of the location of our buildings.
On behalf of Grace Center, I want to thank:
Chuck Ruedebusch for building the Hope Memorial Medical Clinic in memory of Janet and Fritz Ruedebusch.
Kathy Farsaci, in honor of her husband, David, for building our first day care named Rosa Mystica after the Blessed Mother.
Bruce and Maribeth Herman and their children for building the next day care. Grant Thornton for the murals and tile in the second day care building.
David and Trina Goduti for building our laundry facility, also used as a meeting room for our monthly mother's meetings.
Colin Schatz and Isabelle Rouleau for building the "Food for Soul" Kitchen.
Bruce Behling for paying for the roofs of so many of the buildings and also the after school program facility and the Milner Family Foundation for giving towards another significant part of the roof.
Grace for Children for building Chapel Jewel of the Nile
in memory of my best friend Jewel Imperial. And Slavica Zivkovic for the beautiful window painting and murals in the day care as well.
Immanuel Baptist Church in Duncan, OK for building Grace Center's wall.
Sonrise Christian Church for helping us with many windows.
Tracy McEwan for helping with many more windows.
Grace Center Staff who even donated time
and money to build our shop and other foundations.
There are so many others who have given toward building Grace Center, both volunteer teams and individuals. We cannot thank you enough for all you have done
to save the lives of so many.