The Home of Grace for Women is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a party this Thursday night.
The home was started in 1973 by Mrs. Doris W. Littleton to help women recover from addiction in Saraland, AL. Since then, The Home of Grace has moved to a 157 acre tract and has helped over 25,000 women recover from the addictions to drug and alcohol.
They provide a Christian based program dedicated to helping women regain their families and become viable members of society. The Home of Grace is a non-profit organization and funding is provided solely from the United Way, Church’s and Individuals all who want to make a difference in these women’s lives.
Home of Grace for Women
40th Anniversary Celebration
Thursday, October 3, 2013
North Mobile Church
1251 Industrial Pkwy
Saraland, AL 36571
Tickets $50/Tables $400
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