Donate Money 

Grace Now only asks for the financial support it needs to efficiently conduct its programs and services. Our administrative operations are geared to maximize funding so that community dollars go directly to feeding the hungry. Grace Now does not raise funds to pay for high salaries; in fact, Grace Now has no paid staff
at all. Our overhead consists of only a modest amount for rent and utilities, and most of those costs are covered through gifts designated for that purpose. So when you donate, you can feel comfortable that your donation will be used specifically to help those in need.

To donate money, send checks to Grace Now, 110 S. Collins Street, Richmond, KY 40475 or click on the donation button below.



Donate Food

Grace Now accepts any food items that have not reach expiration dates or are are barely past expiration dates. 

Grace Now is also pleased to accept highly nutritious
food products from manufacturers, wholesalers,
retailer, distributors, restaurants, farmers or other
food industry businesses.

Grace Now is especially appreciative of its Major Food
Donors this past year:
Panera Bread

Grace Now cannot accept:
Product that has been thawed.
Product removed from its original packaging.
Repackaged or opened product.
Prepared food that has been exposed to public

Safety and Liability:
All food donations are handled in compliance with food
safety handling procedures. Donations are inspected
for integrity prior to distribution.

The Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Act, signed into law by
President Clinton in 1996, releases all food donors from
liability if the product was given in good faith at the time
of donation.

Donate Clothes and Other Items


We accept donations of men's, women's, and children's clothing that are in good condition. Because of limited space, we may not be able to accept clothing at certain times, so it is best to call 626-8990 to see if we can accept the donation.

Other Items

We accept personal care items such as soap, shampoo, deodorant, razors. We also accept cleaning supplies and laundry detergent as well as small household items such as small appliances, towels, sheets, cookware, dishes, and silverware.