Grace After Fire
Donate Button  Grace After Fire on Facebook Grace After Fire on Twitter Grace After Fire on YouTube  Become a Member

In The News

Facilitator Training March 24, 2016

facilitator training march 24 2016 flyer

Make a difference as a leader and facilitator in these exciting peer-to-peer courses.

Table TalkTM: Color Me Camo makes the most of your military experience. This peer-to-peer program is designed for you - the woman Veteran!

Date &Time:  March 24, 2016, 9:00 amd to 4:00 pm
Location: 873 King George Dr, Dallas, Texas 75235 in the C Board Conference Room.

  • Refreshments and lunch are provided.
  • You must provide proof of Beteran status by bringing a military ID and/or a DD 214.

For more information about TableTalk in the DFW area contact Melissa McKennon, Grace After Fire Program Director, or call 210-887-8608

Sponsored by Fund for Veterans' Assistance and Grace After Fire

Berry College Softball Military Day February 20, 2016

Berry College vs Sewanee
February 20, 2016
12:00 pm noon and 2:00 pm

Both games at Ford Field in Mount Berry, Georgia.

Come support the Berry Vikings and your service members. T-shirts for sale!

All proceeds benefit Grace After Fire

Berry College Softball Game benefitting Grace After Fire

Grace After Fire's Melissa McKennon - Role Model

San Antonio Woman magazine features Grace After Fire's, Melissa McKennon in an article posted on November 17, 2015, "Role Model: Melissa McKennon."

Role Model: Melissa McKennon

"I want to remind them they are not alone," McKennon says. "I am their voice when they have lost theirs."

Check out the full article:

Mea Williams on Comcast Newsmakers with Michael Bybee

Grace After Fire's President/CEO, Mea Williams talks with Michael Bybee on Comcast Newsmakers, about the organization's role in assisting and supporting women military Veterans. Also mentioned is the exciting news that in addition to support in Texas, Grace After Fire has signed a contract with South Carolina to assist women military Veterans there as well.

It's Been an Honor to Serve Women Veterans

"It has been an honor to serve women veterans. Grace After Fire is now in the caring and capable hands of Mea Williams, Navy veteran, and the great American team who work for her. They look forward to continuing the mission of helping women vets help themselves."
- Kimberly Olson