Join us for our 6th Annual Rooted in Love Luncheon Oct. 26: Everyone Deserves the Opportunity to Flourish

Gather with members of our Rooted in Love community as residents, graduates and supporters celebrate the opportunity to flourish that is made available every day to the women of Jasmine Road.

Participating in our luncheon, our only major fundraiser and vital source of income for our organization’s operations, offers a very important way for you to be a part of the impact. We hope you will consider becoming an event sponsor or hosting a watch party at your home or office and enjoy lunch from our social enterprise lunch cafe Jasmine Kitchen.

You are invited to our 6th Annual Jasmine Road Virtual Luncheon Event on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 from 12 – 1:15 pm. Our featured guests include:

Brandon Edwin Chrostowski, founder and president of EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute, a 501(c)(3) organization that offers formerly incarcerated adults a foundation in the culinary and hospitality industries, and a support network necessary for long-term success.

Kyshona Armstrong, music therapist and founder of Your Song, a collaborative songwriting program that connects performing arts centers, musicians, and artists with vulnerable communities to promote healing and community connectedness.

See Event Sponsorship Packet

3 Ways to Get Involved

1. Become a Sponsor Host a luncheon watch party at home or the office & enjoy lunch from Jasmine Kitchen and special gifts (our newest candle scent and beautiful pumpkin centerpiece). More Event & Sponsorship Information

2. Order Lunch & RSVP - RSVP and order lunch from Jasmine Kitchen, our newest candle scent and pumpkin centerpieces and join us Oct. 26th!

3. Save the Date & Join Us Oct. 26 - RSVP and attend virtually from any device at no cost (invite your family, friends and coworkers, too!) at

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Our Mission

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.

Our Vision

Our vision is a compassionate and unified community free from prostitution, sex trafficking and addiction that values and strengthens women, empowering them to reach their God-given potential.

Our History

Jasmine Road is modeled after the very successful Thistle Farms non-profit which was founded in Nashville, Tennessee by Episcopal priest Becca Stevens more than 20 years ago. The Greenville affiliate was incorporated in 2016 as a result of a partnership between Christ Church Episcopal, Triune Mercy Center and Bon Secours, St. Francis Health System. When Jasmine Road’s first safe house opened its doors in May 2018, it joined more than 40 Thistle Farms sister agencies around the country in offering a transformative two-year residential program with an innovative social enterprise component, the first of its kind in Greenville.



Jasmine Road
Residential Program

Jasmine Road is South Carolina’s first two-year residential program for adult women
survivors of human trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.


We are rooted in this simple word, and it all starts with home: a safe, stable, and peaceful place to rest and heal. We embrace the concept “love heals” by surrounding each woman with a community based on unconditional love.


Through community partnerships, we work together to address the healing needs of each woman from an evidence- based holistic perspective.


We empower each woman to blossom and thrive by providing sustainable employment, personal and educational development opportunities, stable housing, and long-term support after graduation.

Residential Services Include:


Healthcare & Dental Services


Trauma-Informed Therapy


Addiction recovery treatment & support


Creative & Joy Building Opportunities


Spiritual Care


Physical and Mental Health and Wellness Resources


Employment Readiness & Career Opportunities


Continuing Education


Our Social Enterprises

Jasmine Road’s social enterprise program offers stable and sustainable employment opportunities that also maximize positive social impact in the Greenville community, while generating funding for non-profit operations.

The Jasmine Road social enterprise program provides meaningful career experience working in one of our businesses, including Jasmine Kitchen. We support and empower women to learn skills such as customer service, management, marketing, teamwork, and accountability, through creating and branding unique products.


Each day at Jasmine Road starts with the lighting of a candle for a meditation and prayer circle. In this sacred space of infinite giving and receiving, the Jasmine Road community shares stories of healing and growth. We light the candle for ourselves and for one another because we are all worthy of love and belonging, as well as for those who haven’t found their way home yet.


Creativity is an incredible tool for healing and growth. Each piece of jewelry is handcrafted by survivors with semiprecious stones with healing properties. Our bracelets are also perfect for layering and gift giving. You can add a few drops of essential oil to your lava stones to get the many benefits that support physical, spiritual, and mental wellbeing.


The capstone of our social enterprise is Jasmine Kitchen, a lunch café providing job training, employment, and career building opportunities -- the first-of-its-kind in Greenville. Jasmine Kitchen seeks to remove barriers to employment for survivors, and is a nurturing and safe gathering place for our entire community to share healthy meals together and be a part of something bigger than ourselves.

Visit Jasmine Kitchen


Build a strong community of residents, graduates, mentors, and volunteers


Provide a nurturing and safe work environment


Teach teamwork and skills that are transferable to any vocation


Give women the tools and training they need for future employment


Offer a place for community to share healthy meals together & be a part of something bigger than ourselves


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