PROGRAMS & PROJECTS.
GET HOME BY GRACE is committed to providing free rides for impaired drivers, ensuring that drivers impaired by alcohol and/or drugs make it home safely.
GET HOME BY GRACE is committed to providing free rides for impaired drivers, ensuring that drivers impaired by alcohol and/or drugs make it home safely, with His grace and in honor of Sarah Grace Dearmond, who was tragically killed by an alcohol and drug-impaired driver on February 25, 2019. In September 1969, Melba Ann Lowe, Gracie’s grandmother was also tragically killed by a drunk driver. GET HOME BY GRACE is committed to stopping these senseless CRASHES by providing options for the impaired driver.
because one is too many
ONE LIFE is too many!
One drink is too many.
One drug is too many.
One drive is too many.
One ride with someone impaired is too many.
because ONE is TOO many Galveston
Stuffed animal collections will begin on February 1, 2021. All stuffed animals will be donated to Sarah Grace Dearmond's favorite organization, CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates for children.
Each child removed by CPS is appointed an advocate. Their advocate is a trained community volunteer who advocates for the best interest of abused and neglected children in the foster care system in an effort to secure safety and permanency while increasing child abuse awareness.
Many children who are removed from their home, leave with nothing. Giving them a stuffed animal to hug and hold was one of Sarah Grace's last acts of kindness. Her mother, Rhonda Dearmond, is determined to continue this act of kindness in honor of Sarah Grace.
If you would like to donate stuffed animals, (they must be brand new) you can:
Drop them off at:
Mail them to:
Make a donation-stipulating: Stuffed animals
Email if other arrangements are needed.
The flags honor loved ones taken too soon at the hands of an impaired driver. The Students of Character, a Clear Falls High School student committee, dedicated time and effort and recruited people outside of the committee to help put flags together, cut, weed vinyl, and ultimately place them outside the school building to display. Facts shared by NHTSA were announced at the school and along the flags to be seen during the drive to school.
There are 1,950 flags in the photo-not even a quarter of 10.511 reported in 2018
ONE is too many.
Sarah Grace Dearmond graduated from
Clear Falls High School in 2017.