Alabaster Jar Project
The Alabaster Jar Project provides 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 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.
Dr. Gaball has contributed to the organization by giving these women “smiles that match their hearts” by restoring aesthetics and functionality to their smiles.
Centro Shalom Tijuana; Changing Lives Through Christ
“Centro Shalom, as a church, exists to glorify God by sharing the good news of the gospel to those who are ignored and marginalized. We strive to embody God’s grace and love while pointing people to the true peace and plentitude that only God can give. At Centro Shalom, we have a very special calling to children and teens, while understanding that a strong church is made of strong families. We know that God has put us strategically in neighborhoods with enormous economic need, yet with a more profound spiritual need. We embrace this calling as an honor and a privilege. We prepare our hearts to diligently study the word of God, to practice the word of God and to teach the word of God (Ezra 7:10) so that God can cause an immediate and permanent impact on lives that will radiate in our communities through changed individuals and families.”
Pastor Salvador Chava Suazo
Dr. Gaball has contributed to the organization by traveling to Tijuana and bringing meals, school supplies, and Christmas gifts to those in need. Dr. Gaball has also participated in educating the women of Tijuana in oral healthcare.
Yoga NamaStacy; Day of Namaste
Stacy is an author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and investor of products and services that are good for health and the earth. Sharing her education and knowledge around the world, Stacy has developed over thirty years of teaching, and has adopted a more balanced approach of self-acceptance and moderation. Her philosophy is to give back and making a difference in the world.
Dr. Gaball has participated in the Day of Namaste: a yearly retreat where she helps restore aesthetics to the smiles of women in need within the health and wellness industry.
“We are a child-advocacy ministry pairing compassionate people with children living in extreme poverty to release the children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty. The etymology of the word compassion stems from the Latin com meaning “with, together” and the Latin pati “to suffer.” Compassion literally means to suffer with. We take a long-term approach to child development by investing in and for the life of each child. Through our holistic child development model, we blend physical, social, economic and spiritual care together to help children in poverty fully mature in every facet of life and transcend what is often a generational legacy of poverty. We deliver whole-life care, by way of our frontline church partners, that is personal, individualized, relational, and tailored to the child’s age, gender, health, culture and family situation.”
Dr. Gaball has contributed to the organization by financially adopting children in need – thus supporting their lives.
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Dr. Gaball has contributed to the organization by financially supporting the station.