Sponsor a Family


Would you sponsor a family in our community? Would you donate monthly to help a family with food and shelter?

The Family Sponsors network is the foundation of the Hearts of Grace community and our primary strategy to raise the support necessary to achieve our vision. [Read more...]

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Sponsor a Family

Would you stretch your annual giving and become a Family Sponsor by spreading out your gift through a monthly sponsorship program?

The inaugural Hearts of Grace campaign goal is to sign up 500 Hearts of Grace Family Sponsors—providing support of $300/year or more to support a family for one to four days of care (or more) each month, for the year.

Why 500 sponsors?

Today at OCM, more than 500 children, teens and families are helped on a daily or weekly basis. They are teens and young adults who were homeless and now are sheltered; children who would be home alone while their parents are at work, who now come to a community-based Family Resource Center for afterschool and summer school care, where they receive tutoring, mentoring, and spiritual formation; and they are parents and their children who come weekly to a counseling center for advice and guidance.

Almost every child, teen and family at OCM is in financial distress and most have circumstances that put them at risk. Every participant requires at least four days of financial sponsorship each month and most require a sponsor for every day of the week. Five hundred children, teens and families—500 Family Sponsors—it’s a great place to begin for Hearts of Grace!

Typically Family Sponsors provide their support through a monthly contribution by check, credit card, or by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) from their checking or savings account. Some provide an entire year of support in one gift. Click here to sign up now as one of our Family Sponsors.

Membership Bracelet

Join the Family Sponsors, by providing a contribution of $25/month ($300) or more and receive our Hearts of Grace bracelet to show your solidarity with those who are at-risk in our community.