Our small investment individually makes a huge impact collectively.
Because we want to impact lives as we help people meet, follow, and share Jesus, everyone at Grace Fellowship has the opportunity once a month to partner with either families, special projects, local organizations or global organizations by giving $1 each! If every person that attends participates, we can make a huge impact collectively.
To nominate a family or organization for a future Dollar Club, submit a nomination form.
Past Dollar Club Recipients
February 2021 - Disaster Relief Bunkhouse Trailer
Natural disasters can hit any time, any place. As the church, we want to be prepared so that we can respond quickly and affectively,
and because of your generosity, we've been able to take a huge step in this direction! During the February Dollar Club, you gave $7,481.35 collectively.
January 2021 - Sanctuary Night
Sanctuary Night is a brand new organization serving the Franklinton area (Columbus, OH) that functions as a 24/7 drop in center for women working the streets. In response to January being sex trafficking awareness month, Grace gave $9,603.01 to this organization through this month's Dollar Club. Your dollars will go towards renovating the pictured building, a portion of which will be used as a health clinic for the women.
November 2020 - Christmas Gifts for Kids
The holiday season was difficult for many, and last year is was exception. For November's Dollar Club, Grace's goal was to give enough money to provide 100 kids with Christmas gifts through the Lancaster-Fairfield Community Action Agency. As a result of the November Dollar Club, $7,787.34 was given, and Grace was able to provide gifts for 104 kids in the Fairfield County/Lancaster area!
September 2020 - Roots of Grace
In September 2020, our goal was to purchase a tuk tuk (pictured) for Roots of Grace, a ministry of Grace Fellowship located in Cambodia. This tuk tuk woul allow Roots of Grace to transport students. Collectively, our church gave $12,458, which was double the money that was actually needed! After purchasing the tuk tuk, Roots of Grace was able to use the rest of the money to cover food AND educational needs for their students.
Thank you for your generosity! (Learn more about Roots of Grace)
July 2020 - Lower Lights
Lower Lights is working in Columbus, Ohio to break the cycles of poverty and addiction for youth, adults and ex-offenders.
JUNE 2020 - Hand in Hand
MAY 2020 - Lighthouse
The Lighthouse serves women and families in abusive situations by interfacing with local law enforcement, connecting those in need of social services, and providing shelter and essential resources.
Their shelter provides 24 hours a day safety for domestic violence victims and also works with the victims who have a safe place to stay to ensure their abuser is held accountable through their Victim Advocacy assistance.
APRIL 2020 - 100 Local Families Affected by COVID
As COVID-19 began to spread and more companies were closing, job loss became a real issue. Originally, we had identified 30 families who lost their jobs due to COVID-19, but because of your generosity, we were able to bless nearly 100 families with significant gift cards for groceries to help offset their expenses during the difficult time.
MARCH 2020 - Mid-Ohio Foodbank
Due to the initial onset of COVID-19, food pantries in the Columbus area were overwhelmed with clients. In order to assist with the need across our city, we collected funds to benefit the Mid-Ohio Foodbank.
February 2020 - Makarios Center
Jerry and Ruby Smith, a couple that attends The Chapel, felt God calling them to start a nonprofit school for children with autism. The Makarios Autism Center provides a Christian school for children with autism and a support system for their family by meeting every child’s educational, physical, medical and spiritual needs.
Total raised: $7158.82
Thank you note from Makarios: Click Here
December 2019 - Families in Need
November 2019 - Adoptive/Foster Families
October 2019 - Habitat for Humanity
September 2019 - Jacob's House
Pickerington Campus couple, Tom and Shawn Smith, started Jacob's House after losing their son Jacob to addiction. The organization exists to help men and women find and keep sustained sobriety to live a life filled with love, compassion and true happiness. They want everyone to know they are loved by God and that He wants you to know and love Him in return.
Total raised: $7,449.40
Thank you note from Jacob's House: Click Here
Do you know a family or organization that could benefit from Dollar Club? Click the button below to complete the nomination form.