House of Grace Ghana provides employment opportunities for people in the Kumasi community beyond those working directly for the home. Building the dorm alone offered a stimulus of over one-half million dollars to the Kumasi area through work for architects, contractors, and tradesmen.
House of Grace Ghana employs teachers for the sewing lab, bakery, cosmetology program, computer lab, and library. This is in addition to tutors who are available to help our girls reach their full academic potentials.
We are so grateful for the strong, independent Christian women who invest their time and talent into the girls at House of Grace Ghana. We are also thankful for our sponsors, donors, and Empowering Esther team members for providing the funds to support these entrepreneurs.
At Global Servants, one of our foremost goals has always been to serve as a conduit for blessings. As we share the gospel of Jesus Christ, we also practice Proverbs 11:25 – “A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.”
Because of your generosity, we can empower these businesswomen to become examples of strength, talent, and financial independence for the next generation.
House of Grace seeks out these entrepreneurs for contract employment in an environment where few women are business owners. We are so proud that the girls at House of Grace Ghana are surrounded by strong women as mentors and teachers. All of this is only possible through the generous donations of our sponsors, supporters, and Empowering Esther team. Thank you!