Local Engagement

Grace for Impact is proud to work in some of the poorest countries of the world but did you know we also serve right here at home in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex?



That’s right! We have a multi-sectorial program right here in DFW which includes our homeless outreach, health care for the working poor, assistance to women in transition and our eye health program among other initiatives.

Interested in partnering? Here at Grace we know there is strength in numbers and we can always do more together, please contact us to explore partnership opportunities and learn more about our work!The need is great here in Dallas Fort-Worth and Grace for Impact stretches every dollar farther with 95% of all resources going directly towards our programming. Please consider giving generously today!



Hurricane Harvey Relief – Houston, TX


Hurricane Harvey was the costliest tropical cyclone on record, inflicting nearly $200 billion in damages. Grace for Impact is proud to have played a role in the emergency response efforts along with our private sector partners and volunteers. Using what we had and doing what could, Grace for Impact served over 12,500 men, women and children through our donations of much needed supplies to three critical areas affected by Hurricane Harvey including a shelter for families with children and two mega-shelters.



Homeless Outreach – Dallas, TX

Grace for Impact is working to make a lasting and measurable impact right here in Texas in the fight against childhood homelessness. The struggle is real with over 10,000 homeless children in Dallas and Tarrant County alone. That’s 10,000 too many!




2018 Cataract Campaign – DFW

Cataracts are one of the leading causes of preventable blindness but it’s easily reversible in most cases with a 10 minute procedure and about $100! Grace for Impact’s life-changing eye health program is made possible by donors like you- please give generously.


Preventable blindness robs those affected of their dignity, robs them of their role as providers and caregivers, robs them of their independence and their overall ability to be productive members of society.
Cataract surgeries performed over one year eventually save $123.4 billion over 13 years and delivers a 4,567 percent financial return on investment to society according to the results of a cost-utility study by the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Researchers found the results prove healthcare interventions create substantial economic wealth.


Grace for Impact’s goal for our 2018 Cataract Campaign is to provide 1,000 surgeries free of charge! Help us reach our goal- give today!