The Rotary Club of Vestavia Hills said “YES!”

If you’ve been to our office recently, you’ve probably noticed we’re out of space. Food is replenished as soon as it leaves. A commercial freezer was donated last month, but it is in loaned storage as we have nowhere to put it. Piles of clothes are everywhere because the donation room is overflowing. We started a building expansion initiative called 50K50Days and together we’ve raised over $10,000 so far. If…Keep Reading

Hosanna’s Journey Home

On August 11, 2017, the Burke family hosted a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser and Silent Auction in support of their adoption journey. The Burke’s were praying for $820, the amount needed to cover the remaining agency and international fees in their adoption process. As we know, our God is able to do exceedingly and abundantly more than we could ever expect or imagine, and HE did! $1,450 was raised through the…Keep Reading

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser – Burke Family Adoption

On July 29, 2017, the Burke Family was matched with a young hearing impaired girl from India. $820 is the balance owed for agency fees of $7,100. After the agency fees are paid, the Burke’s will raise funds for travel and wait for a call to bring their little girl home. Participating in this spaghetti dinner is a way that you can contribute to this adoption. If you would like…Keep Reading

To God be the Glory – Great Things He has Done

For the past five years Grace Klein Community members have had the honor of building relationship with the *Smith Family, a loyal mama and her sweet girls. The Varvoutis Family met *Sarah, Jane (16) and Kristen (10) approximately five years ago, through the monthly food delivery ministry of Grace Klein Community. At the time these two families lives intersected, Sarah, a single mom, was without work. Her girls have always…Keep Reading

No Wonder It’s Called Community

In August of 2016, The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham gifted Grace Klein Community with an amazing grant, allowing us to purchase a box truck. The box truck opened many new opportunities, including our ability to receive more rescued food. After an accident at the end of May 2017 community truly realized how hard it is to operate without the use of the box truck. How did we manage the load before?…Keep Reading

Jack’s Gives Back

Refrigerator and freezer space at the Grace Klein Community office has always been a challenge. We have dreamed of having a walk in cooler/freezer, but could never have imagined how God would bring a long chain of events and relationships together to provide one for us. On Monday, July 17th, a team of volunteers traveled to Fort Payne, AL to pick up a walk in refrigerator/freezer donated from a Jack’s…Keep Reading

Moon Take Thy Flight

“Evan has been doing well and has been busy. We are on our own for physical therapy and that has been a challenge. He has to work in “sets” throughout the day and we try to make everyday tasks a part of therapy as much as possible. The therapists evaluate his progress once a month and they have been pleased. His walk has improved and strengthening his left leg is…Keep Reading

From Trash to Treasure

A community member sent us these beautiful pictures of her garden in an email titled “Morning Eye Candy.” What a treat to see how God has used rescued everything to create such beauty and usability.  Also, what a great reminder to all of us of how He Himself welcomes us in our mess, much of what we would consider trash, rescues us and turns us into something beautiful. “This is…Keep Reading

Update on the Burke Family Adoption

Update on the Burke Family Adoption

“We have been matched up with a little girl! We accepted the referral of a 2.5 year old little girl! She lives in the Mumbai area. We think she was born with some form of spina bifida. We are waiting on some more information, such as an updated medical file, recent photographs, and a video. Her file has not been updated in two years, so we aren’t really sure what…Keep Reading

Support for Shaggy – One Year Anniversary

“Time has passed so quickly since our last update on everything happening in Evan’s world. His last MRI results were wonderful! The words were “stable and improved!” God gave us more than we know was possible when the word “improved” was included in the report. Thank you to family, friends and supporters for all the prayers. We are happily overwhelmed by God’s goodness and so many wonderful people with such…Keep Reading

Our Love for Lucas

Lucas Evan Dunigan, born on August 28, 2008, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) on December 29, 2014 at age six. On May 8, 2017, at age eight, Lucas took his last breathe. Lucas was a ray of sunshine. His battle against cancer never robbed his sweet face from a smile. Lucas, a 2nd Grader at Rocky Ridge Elementary School, had a passion for legos. If he could have…Keep Reading

Surprise!

Who doesn’t love a big juicy burger after a long day of work? Well, except you vegetarians, but they have veggie burgers too! We always love when Mugshots, Inverness Corners gives back to us for our Family Fun Nights where we eat dinner with a restaurant full of old and new friends. Mugshots contributed $200 towards the local ministry efforts of Grace Klein Community. Who knew Interlinc Mortgage would surprise…Keep Reading

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