Our Mission:

Grassroots movement to create a stigma free community


We believe that as human beings we can all do a better job extending grace to each other and to our selves. We provide opportunities to do so by forming collaborative relationships and offering programs and events to nurture, educate and inspire individuals so that together we can address issues of social justice and human rights.


Celebrating Inclusivity
Building Relationships
Calling Out Injustice
Making A Difference

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

Extended Grace actively practices inclusion and values radical diversity. We champion equal access and equity of opportunity through the intentional celebration of people across all identity groups, including but not limited to age, appearance, gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, physical and mental ability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and perspective.   

2018 Annual Report


2018 Major Accomplishments

  • Wheelchair Accessible Van/Bus

  • 7 Day Programming

  • Launch Teen Program

  • Named Best Managed Small Nonprofit in West Michigan by MiBiz

  • Guidestar Bronze-level Participant

2019 Goals

  • CHIP Initiatives:

    • Bring Town Hall Meetings to Holland

    • Lead a Stigma-Free Community Walk

  • Further Develop and Promote Teen Program 

  • Revamping Mudita Program

  • Increase Awareness of Expanded Adult Hours