ALABASTER JAR PROJECT GOLF TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER
All proceeds go directly to support the mission of Alabaster Jar Project (AJP), which is to empower women who have survived human trafficking & sexual exploitation in reclaiming their lives.
AJP is comprised of two main programs:
1) Grace House, which is a long-term residential home that houses up to six women;
2) A resource center that provides tangible needs of clothing, toiletries, community resources and a peer-led support group.
About Alabaster Jar Project
Finding that San Diego is the 8th largest city in the U.S. with the issue of Human Trafficking and that there were limited resources for survivors, co-founders Susan Johnson, Nate Alcorn and Kyle Moss incorporated the Alabaster Jar Project. The mission was to provide housing and resources for women who have survived human trafficking and sexual exploitation. The Alabaster Jar Project began as a ministry of The Church at Rancho Bernardo and incorporated as a standalone nonprofit 501(c)3 in 2013, receiving tax exempt status in July of 2014. It is now comprised of Grace House, a long-term residential program; a Resource Center, a drop-in center that provides clothing, toiletries, programming and Peer Support Group.