Grace and Mercy thankful for support of donors

A fundraising campaign will help the women's residential crisis center convert a new facility into transitional apartments.
by Eston Glover,

The Editor, Hoptown Chronicle,

Grace and Mercy expresses deep gratitude to all who contributed to the livestream graduation and fundraising event over the past month. Thanks to local and national generosity, we exceeded the $150,000 goal.  

This money will be used for daily operations serving women coming from jail and homelessness. It will also help renovate the 15th Street house — adjacent to Grace and Mercy’s main facility on South Main Street — that is being converted into four transitional apartments for women with negative histories unable to find rental apartments when leaving Grace and Mercy. May all of you be blessed, just as you have blessed Grace and Mercy Ministry in Hopkinsville.

Eston Glover, chairman,
Grace and Mercy Board of Directors


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