The Women of
This painting, created and donated by talented local artist Kim Hassold, represents the beauty and uniqueness of the five residents of Jasmine Road. Hanging near the front door of the Jasmine Road house, the painting warmly greets five ladies who are now experiencing home and community, some for the first time in their lives.
Home is the foundation of our program – offering these ladies a safe, stable and tranquil place to heal. By embracing the powerful message “Rooted in Love”, we are creating a community rich in unconditional love and acceptance while providing opportunities and much needed services that will radically transform the lives of these women.
We welcome your support!
Want to give an extraordinary gift to someone who truly needs it?
Be part of the journey to heal, empower and employ women with LOVE by making a gift to Jasmine Road! Your gift can provide:
- $50 – One month of outpatient addiction treatment for one woman which is a critical component to overall success
- $100 – Provides a woman coming off the streets or from jail with clothing purchased just for her
- $300 – Food and basic necessities for 3 months for one woman to help gain stability
- $600 – Life skills and financial literacy training for one woman to prepare for starting employment
- $1000 – 10 sessions with a therapist who specializes in sexual violence and trauma to help one woman find healing
- $24,000 – Sponsor one woman for one year to find a transformative new life at our Jasmine Road home
Help to furnish and supply the Jasmine House as we work together to provide a safe place for healing for local survivors of prostitution, sex trafficking and addiction:
Our mission is to offer women who are trapped in a cycle of sexual exploitation and addiction a path to freedom, a haven for healing, and the opportunity to flourish, leading to generational change and the betterment of our Greenville community.
Jasmine Road, a partnership of Greenville’s Christ Church Episcopal and Triune Mercy Center, is a new non-profit based on the highly successful model of Thistle Farms in Nashville, TN. The organization joins over 40 sister agencies around the country in providing local women survivors of sexual exploitation and addiction with a transformative two-year residential program connected to an innovative social enterprise component, the first of its kind in Greenville, SC.
Messick Named New Executive Director
The board of directors of Jasmine Road recently announced that Beth Messick has been selected as the nonprofit’s new Executive Director. A native of Greenville, Beth has dedicated her career, spanning over 30 years of advocacy work, to her passion of bringing hope and healing to forgotten and underserved populations.
As a part of the original leadership team, Beth helped to create the vision for Jasmine Road. We are thrilled to now have her at the helm as our Executive Director. Find out more here.