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What does it mean to “Flip the List”?

Grace for Dover will begin its 15th Jobs for Life class on March 14, 2017. Running Tuesdays and Thursdays through May 14th, this class is changing lives by helping those who struggle with unemployment or underemployment find dignity and purpose through meaningful work. Joblessness contributes to poverty, crime, homelessness, domestic violence, substance abuse, unwanted pregnancies, depression, divorce, and suicide – it destroys individuals, families, and communities. But, through practical tools, biblical-based training, and mentoring relationships we are bringing peace to the city of Dover and surrounding communities as we help men and women learn the skills needed to gain confidence in their individuality, overcome roadblocks, and find and keep a job. Be sure to watch the video below and read more about Jobs for Life under the Programs tab.

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Eat Wings and Help Us Fly!

BWW VoucherOn Wednesday, August 17th you can help Embrace support those living with disabilities and their families just by eating wings or any other delicious menu item at Buffalo Wild Wings in Dover! You can dine in or carry out all day and Embrace will receive 20% of your purchase – just be sure you print the voucher picture above and bring it with you.

So, what is Embrace and how does your meal help? Embrace helps the community of Dover and its churches to embrace our friends with disabilities for the indispensable people that they are to God. That happens through consultations and training sessions for local churches and respite nights and day camps for kids living with disabilities and their families. It’s fun, upbeat, and positive opportunities for all of us to join together as one.

In the words of some of our Embrace parents:

“Embrace has introduced our family to a new special group of people who love our daughter because of her disabilities, no in spite of them. Our daughter does not play with other children in the traditional sense. It is fun to see her interact with other kids with and without disabilities at Embrace events. I am forever grateful to have met such incredibly special people.”
“It gives my daughter a chance to socialize outside of school and gives the family opportunities to enjoy a family dinner with other families who have children with special needs. In addition, it is great for my husband and I to go out to eat knowing our daughter Brittany is having a great time.”
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