At The House of Grace, we aim to empower women and girls aged 13-25 with the essential skills and knowledge they need to excel in every facet of life. We believe that by investing in the growth and development of young women, we are not only giving them hope for their futures but also contributing to a more equitable and prosperous society.
Our community-based and intergenerational programs create a nurturing and supportive environment where each individual can flourish. We provide mentorship, educational resources, and opportunities for personal and professional development, ensuring that every participant has the tools to reach their full potential.
Our commitment is to foster a generation of confident, capable, and compassionate leaders who will go on to impact their communities and the world at large positively. Together, we are building a brighter, more inclusive future for all.
The Facts & Data
3 in 5
Teen girls felt persistently sad or hopeless in 2021
1 in 3
Nearly 1 in 3 (30%) seriously considered attempting suicide.
Up 60% from a decade ago.
College aged girls who report witnessing food insecurity/having to cut back on food to save money,atleast one guardian being unemployed, dealing with mental health or substance abuse, or going through homelessness.
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Grace Box Distribution
Elev8 Her is an education initiative in partnership with Google to provide Career Scholarships for those ages 16 years old and up.
We distribute our Grace Boxes every quarter to women and girls residing in shelters and other community-based facilities.
Elev8Her: Education Initiative
The Elev8Her Program is a transformative intergenerational initiative designed to empower women and girls across generations, fostering a vibrant community of shared learning, mentorship, and growth. Made possible by our valued partnership with Google, we have the privilege of offering Google Career Certificate Scholarships in six tech career areas, paving the way for exciting opportunities in the ever-evolving world of technology.
Founder Receives Seed Funding
With great pride, we celebrate the remarkable achievement of our esteemed Founder, Jamika Render. She completed a rigorous 16-week Watson Institute x Truist Foundation fellowship, alongside a cohort of distinguished social impact entrepreneurs, acquiring invaluable skills that have significantly bolstered her entrepreneurial expertise. Demonstrating unwavering dedication, Ms. Render presented her venture to discerning funders, securing a commendable fourth place and invaluable seed funding. This accomplishment underscores her exceptional aptitude in navigating the competitive realm of social impact entrepreneurship. We anticipate witnessing the profound impact her endeavors will undoubtedly effectuate.
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