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Grace Community Church Partners With CRi to Build a New Home!

Grace Community Church launches a Capital Campaign with the goal of building a better community.

Grace Community Church (Arlington)  has pledged to raise $250,000 to support the building of a home on N. Glebe Road in Arlington. This home will be called The Grace Home, & will serve as a safe place for CRi residents to live, learn valuable skills & receive support as they navigate the path to living independently. 

Watch the video below to learn more about this collaborative project taking place right here in Arlington. We couldn't be more excited for this opportunity to work together in support of our community. Thank you, Grace, for your generosity as we kick off this amazing campaign! 

You can help support this project by donating through Grace Community Church - Arlington's Facebook page or head over to their website & choose "Capital Campaign." To learn more about The Grace Home, a capital campaign to build a better community, visit The Grace Home page

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