In our community of survivors and survivor advocates, we host victories over sexual exploitation on a regular basis. As of February 2019, we are celebrating two one-year-anniversaries at our Grace House Residential Program, one six-month-anniversary at Grace House, one newly admitted Grace House Resident, and many other journeys of survivors who are sustaining their independent lives with help through our Resource Center. Thank you, readers and supporters, for being behind us in all the ways we serve our survivor sisters.
Though you may not be on the front lines of activism or recovery as our staff is, there are still many ways to aid us in our mission:
2nd Annual Golf Tournament
On Friday, March 22nd, our organization will host a golf tournament at the Rancho Bernardo Inn 18-Hole Championship Golf Course. Admissions range from $50-$135 with special prizes and packages available. Learn how to enroll as a participant or a sponsor here.
We welcome donated supplies for Grace House and our Resource center. Items such as cleaning supplies, toilet paper, paper towels, laundry soap, clothing, grocery store gift cards, and gift cards for incentives and rewards such as Starbucks, Target, Beauty Supply, haircuts, etc. If you would like to donate items, please contact us by emailing Info@AlabasterJarProject.org .
Educate YOUR Circle
Learn from the links and videos on our website or social media and share with your friends and neighbors. You can also schedule a presentation of one of our representatives for your business or group. Contact us at Info@alabasterjarproject.org to schedule a speaker.
Please stay tuned to learn about more opportunities to help the women we serve by following us on Instagram and Facebook. By reading this weekly blog, you will also have a better idea of what our immediate and long-term needs may be.
Most importantly, we ask that you continue to pray for our Grace House Residents and all the women whom we serve. Recovering from human trafficking and sexual exploitation is not an easy path and there are many challenges that do not surface until a survivor is well on her way to independence. Please pray that our women stay strong and empowered and that our staff can continue to serve all of them in the best and most innovative ways.
by Amanda Moon Ellevis