Dear Friends and Neighbors,


What does Grace mean to you? For us it has always meant, “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.” For 110 years, we’ve joined hands in our community, connecting those in need with those who have the heart to serve.


Martin Luther King, Jr. said: Everybody can be great because anybody can serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.


Grace Hill was founded by the Episcopal Diocese of St. Louis in 1903, inspired by the Settlement House movement and committed to fostering a “self help” tradition in immigrant neighborhoods. This tradition
is alive today in the families and communities we support. And we can’t do it without you.


By providing opportunities for individuals, families and communities to be stronger, healthier and more self-reliant, we are:


Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Providing Quality Healthcare for All

Building Successful Communities


Each day, we are graced with the experience of seeing the people we help begin to help others with pride and optimism. We turn to you in gratitude for the many ways you have generously shared your gifts with Grace Hill, and we hope you will be inspired to share your grace with your neighbors today. Together we can do so much.


Thank you and warm wishes,


Cristy Bunce Barnes and Peter Bunce, Grace Hill Development Committee Co-Chairs




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St. Louis, MO 63106



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