GraceSon Housing Foundation
P.O. Box 825
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Contact: Anya Boehning
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GraceSon Housing Foundations provides housing to teen moms and their children that extends God's love and reframes their vision of home. GraceSon's family-style home and Hope Program offers holistic care, education support, life skill coaching, mentoring, access to resources, and more.

GraceSon Housing Foundation was born out of Young Lives, an organization that mentors teen mothers in our community. While serving with Young Lives of Spokane, a group of local women recognized that many of the teenage girls who attend club are either homeless or facing unsafe living conditions. Provision and access to safe housing became a serious need as their work with young moms grew. Late in 2012, a generous community member donated a home for a new non-profit that would provide a home and holistic care for teenage mothers when none previously existed. GraceSon opened the doors of its home in November 2014.  

Volunteer Opportunities:



1.     Lawn Care (Fall & Spring)

Can be done on a one-time basis or ongoing.

Includes mowing, trimming, edging, weeding.

Early spring and fall includes outside window washing.

Lawn equipment provided by GraceSon.

2.     On Call-Winter Snow Removal

Can be done on a one-time basis or ongoing.

On-going any time snowfall is in excess of two inches.

Some shovels provided by GraceSon.

3.     Provide Childcare for residents

One-time per month basis to enable residents to serve others in the community.

4.     House Maintenance Projects (As Needed Basis)

Organize the garage, fix a fence, plant a garden, plant flowers, etc.

3.     Events

Help with the GraceSon Annual Event or a smaller event.

Plan an event or fundraiser of your own.

4.     Provide Needed Household Items and/or Groceries

Can be done on a one-time basis or ongoing.

5.     Provide Support and Encouragement to Staff

Can be done on a one-time basis or ongoing.

Prayer, regular notes of encouragement, small gifts




1.     Resident/Houseparent Assistant

In home, weekly or bi-weekly position assisting residents and/or houseparent

2.     Mentoring

Work one-on-one with one of our residents and her baby as she navigates life challenges.

One year commitment, mentor training, monthly teen mom groups.

3.     Child-Care

Provide child-care for residents' babies to enable them to serve in the community each month.

One-time per month, approx. 3-4 hours (must successfully complete background check)

4.     Home Maintenance Coordinator

Provide general home care including lawn care and simple handy-man projects.

5.     HOPE Program Assistant

Provide assistance to the Program team for the development and implementation of the HOPE Program, including case management.

6.     Administrative Volunteer

Provide assistance to the Executive Director in a variety of operational tasks.

7.     Volunteer Coordinator

Recruit, manage, and coordinate all volunteer activities for GHF.

Hours vary but generally 5-15 hours per month.

6.     Donations Coordinator

Organize and coordinate the logistics of incoming item donations. Work with local churches and organizations to acquire donations needed within the home.

Hours vary but generally 5-10 hours per month.

7.     Communications Coordinator

Assist Executive Director in managing and coordinating all aspects of the communication strategy to include online marketing content, newsletters, social media content, and other marketing material.

Hours vary and will be coordinated with Executive Director. 

Annual Events:

The Bright Night of Hope is GraceSon Housing Foundation's inspiring annual event and live auction that supports its Hope Program. This incredible evening is GraceSon's largest source of funding to provide hope and housing to homeless teen moms and their children. The Bright Night of Hope includes live music, a delicious dinner, and dancing!