The Grace Foundation offers safe shelter and holistic rehabilitation services that prepares marginalised people for reunification with family and supports sustainable lifestyle change.
Like NSBS, Grace believes in providing services that empower and assist all people, especially the marginalised members of our community, to live healthier lives. Often these people are unable to access the services and opportunities needed to survive and thrive in life.
Grace serves the homeless, single parents, children without parents, former prisoners and others who need support but struggle to find assistance.
The organisation provides key services in health, education, housing, life skills, fitness, bible studies, employment training and placement – and now financial literacy skills with NSBS mentors who will teach financial literacy, including budgeting, saving, digital banking, avoiding debt, and managing money so they are fully set up to live a healthy life.
A strategic partnership between the Grace Foundation and NSBS will see more vulnerable people in our communities receive the financial education and support they need and deserve to live healthy; more fulfilling lives. Together, the two organisations will serve more people in need and offer practical life skills to empower these vulnerable people on their next stage in their life journey.