COVID-19 Response

During this unprecedented time, needs will continue to increase. But, as a community we can collectively provide assistance to local families and become a source of hope.

Grace Care Center Coronavirus Response

Through 2021









Grace Church Delivers Free Shoes, Backpacks, and School Supplies to More Than 1,000 Local Students

NOBLESVILLE, IND. – August 3, 2020 – The Grace Care Center will deliver more than 1,000 backpacks filled with school supplies and new pairs of shoes to vulnerable families in Hamilton and Northern Marion counties August 3-5. Grace Church members bought 1,400 school backpacks filled with school supplies and the church also purchased 1,000 pairs of new shoes to meet community needs. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Grace Care Center, a ministry of Grace Church, has been delivering groceries directly to an average of 900 families each week through their innovative on-line Choice Food Pantry. The backpacks and shoes will be delivered to homes this week, along with their weekly grocery orders.

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Grace Care Center Adapting Choice Food Pantry to Serve Thousands During

NOBLESVILLE, IND. – March 27, 2020 – The Grace Care Center served more than 3,100 Hoosiers this week by offering those in need opportunities to select food pantry items and receive them through either drive-through or optional home delivery. “We are adapting the normal operations of our Choice Food Pantry in order to serve the expanding number of families needing help in Hamilton County and northern Marion County and yet protecting both our volunteers and our clients,” said Marcus Casteel, Associate Pastor of the Grace Care Center at Grace Church. “We served more than 660 families representing more than 3,100 individuals this week and anticipate we will continue to increase our capacity in the weeks ahead.”

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Noblesville Food Pantry Offering Dignity, Choice, and Delivery

Noblesville, IN — In January of this year, the Grace Care Center opened a brand-new expanded Choice Food Pantry with the capacity to serve 1,200 families each week. This new capacity came just in time for the country to fall into the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the beginning of the pandemic, The Grace Care Center has provided 7,186 families with 133,012 grocery items. “This is an extension of the work the Grace Care Center has been doing weekly over the last eight years,” said Keith Carlson, Executive Director of the GCC Foundation, which helps fund the Grace Care Center. “Last year, we gave over $1.3 million worth of groceries. Because of past community support, the Grace Care Center has been well-positioned to offer ongoing sustainable care to our community even as the need has grown in light of the current situation.”

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