Our approach to poverty alleviation is through relief aid and skills development. This is achieved through two
non-profit entities: Container Ministry and Grace Aid.
Container Ministry focuses on community relief by building meaningful relationships and partnerships with a network of non-profit organisations. These NPOs are supported and empowered through a yearly conference, regular training, day missions, and direct mentorship. Local and international donations of food and other resources are distributed through these organisations to those who need it most.
Our passion is not just to feed the hungry but to see holistic development and growth in the lives of individual people. This is achieved through Grace Aid’s development programs where we walk a journey of transformation and mentorship that moves individuals from a relief mentality to becoming agents of change in their own lives and in their community. Grace Aid offers a program with a process of development starting with a Christian-based life skills program, sewing and crochet training, job readiness training, and small business training. All our programs have a strong focus on empowering, uplifting, building capacity, and promoting self-help. Our desire is to see participants able to provide a sustainable living for themselves and their families.
Building relationships and mentorship are crucial aspects of everything we do at Container Ministry and Grace Aid.