Gateway of Grace

A nonprofit organization

Around the world, war and tragedy have forced families out of their homes and into upheaval and uncertainty. Through Gateway of Grace, refugee families that find themselves in North Texas learn how to rebuild their lives. They find apartments and furniture, learn how and where to shop, study English, receive counseling, secure jobs, and settle their kids into schools. More importantly, these refugees build friendships. Not surprisingly, it's their new American friends who most often feel like the lucky ones. Gateway of Grace is an open door to a world of personalities, problems solved, opportunities discovered, friendships made . . . and lives restored. Gateway of Grace has a holistic approach to serving refugees. We meet the practical, emotional and spiritual needs of refugees and walk alongside them long term through their challenges and successes.

Our Needs

Financial support and volunteers (ESL tutors, GED tutors, job search mentors... All of which can be done virtually for the remainder of the pandemic.)

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Gateway of Grace integrates and empowers refugees to become productive members of our community as we mobilize the Church and build Christ-centered relationships.

In response to Covid-19, Gateway of Grace has partnered with local churches and Christians to minister to families through virtual ESL classes, meetings, and contact-less drop-offs and pick-up of food and other essential items.

Equity Statement

Gateway of Grace does not discriminate based on race, religion and nationality. Our services are available to all refugees and immigrants.

Organization Data


Organization name

Gateway of Grace

Tax id (EIN)




Immigrants & Refugees

Operating Budget

$500,000 - $999,999

Counties Served

Collin, Dallas

BIPOC Serving

Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx, Other

BIPOC Leadership

Both the Executive Director/CEO and Board Chair

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


P.O. Box 224582
Dallas, TX 75222