Grace Girls' Home

Grace Girls’ Home is a residence for girls age 5-18, who are provided with shelter, food, an education, and access to medical treatment.

The girls attend a nearby school, participate in extra-curricular activities, are offered religious instruction in the faith of their family, and interract with the elders of Mercy Home.

Before Grace the children suffered hardships including the loss of immediate family to war and poverty, and limited opportunities to attend school or learn skills. Through the Center VeAhavta provides an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty through partnerships and training courses to prepare the girls for life after Grace.

Mercy Home

Equal to the need for Grace Girls’ Home is the plight of destitute senior citizens with no means of support.

Mercy Home opened in May 2005 on the Grace campus, and some of the original residents remain part of the community that, in 2013, includes more than 20 seniors able to live out their lives in peace and dignity.

Mercy Home provides a home, meals and medical care to residents referred by various social groups or agencies. In recent years Mercy Home has been named among the best facilities of its kind in the nation.