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Communities in need

Relief Aid for

Communities in need

A village receives provisions during our 2017 Mission in the Philippines. Rice, sardines, condiments, soap and more were given to each family.  

Feeding a hungry world

"Do not look the other way; do not hesitate. Recognize that the world is hungry for action, not words. Act with courage and vision."

-Nelson Mandela

From 1990-2010, Global Extreme Poverty (people living off of $1.25 per day) has been cut in half! We pray the trend continues so we can see the end of extreme poverty by 2030.


There are communities in the world that sometimes only get one meal a day. With the monetary support from our donors, we are able to alleviate hunger with provisions tailored to the needs of the communities we serve. 

Join us on this journey of equality!

Drinking Water

Water is life

Water gives life and cleanses. However, access to clean water is a luxury many do not have. Consider this -

  • 75% of our planet is water but only 2.5% is fresh water

  • Less than 1% of Mother Earth's fresh water is available for human consumption

  • According to the World Health Organization, 600 million people in our world lack access to a clean water source. This is a leading cause of death in children under 5 years old in developing countries

  • UNICEF estimates 3,000 children die every day from a water related disease

Access to clean water decreases illness. A community with their own clean water supply is less dependent on others saving them time and money from long arduous trips. Clean water is a basic human right. From installing water wells to outreach and education, With Grace Foundation empowers communities with their own clean water source.  


Partner with us to freshen our world and give it new life!

Pictured here is the first water well sponsored by With Grace Foundation for the Dangas community in the Philippines. We saw a dramatic improvement with the health and well being after only a year of access to clean water. We are currently funding a second well for another nearby community. 

Medical Aid

Medical Aid

Our local volunteer dentist, Christine and her aid, pictured here, provide a routine dental exam and cleaning.

In good health

We allow God to use our hands to care for those in societies where there is inequality in health care.

We want to add quality and give people access to live dignified lives.


We believe that everyone should have access to basic medical, dental and vision check-ups. The communities we serve don't have access to these necessities. Our team works closely with volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and aids to evaluate and treat each member of the communities we serve. We are grateful for their support.

ACTION is how we get there.


In good spirit

We have seen God do amazing things within our  own hearts and to the people we serve. You first go into the mission field thinking you are there to bless the people, but it is quite the opposite.  Both parties receive and give. Every interaction is an even exchange.


In Developing Countries, you will see that they are physically and materially in need, but us Westerners are impoverished emotionally and spiritually.


The easiest path to love and fulfillment is through serving and praying over others.  This is how you can find peace and be in good spirits.


God gets all of the glory.



When you have an intimate relationship with God, you will be able to connect more deeply with the people you serve because God will open your eyes to their pain and suffering.


God will show you His heart for them and allow you to pray over them in ways that would produce miracles of love. 

Not only do you get to connect and build relationships with the people you serve, but you get to connect and bond with the other missionaries and servant leaders. And if you are all in the right mind, heart and soul and frequency with the Creator, lasting friendships form and radical things happen that allow you to change the world together!

Philippians 2:3-4

Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem others better than himself. Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interest of others.

When we have Clinic Days, the client first signs in and registers with our intake coordinators. Then they see our nurse to do the initial evaluation and usually gets a blood pressure and glucose reading, and then get triaged according to their needs. If their issue is more severe, they will get pointed to see the doctor, and if a doctor is not needed, they will then see our designated spiritual counselors. The counselors will ask them about their ailments written on a piece of paper by the intake coordinator and listen to their deepest needs.

Our counselors then pray over our clients and afterwards, they can go to the pharmacy (steps away) to get their medications and vitamins.

At the end of the night, the team debriefs and talk about themes that come up for a certain community. If a theme like "clean water" comes up, then we form a task force to see how we can address the issue.

You do not need to be a Pastor or a licensed therapist to join the counseling room. If you do not feel comfortable leading the prayer, you can still join the prayer area to spiritually support the ones leading the prayer by giving them all of your positive energy and vibrations.


How we get there

Together, we can make great impact to our local and global communities. 

We like to laugh, have fun, and EAT. If this is your kind of jam, be sure to look out for upcoming events in our calendar so you can join us.

All proceeds go to funding for our Missions.

Pictured here is one of our comedy fundraising nights where professional comedians from ComedySportz make us laugh and play games fashioned after "Who's Line is it Anyway."

Your contribution matters

No time or amount is ever too small and you can never be too young or old. We even had an elderly, hospice patient minister from their bed in California to orphans in the Philippians via 38 hand written love letters!


Ready, set, ACTION!

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