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'Global Relief Association for Crises, Emergenies' Joins Chamber

Global Relief Association for Crises & Emergencies (G.R.A.C.E.) is a non-profit organization which promotes awareness and prevention of human trafficking and other such services.

By Sara Ray, Douglas County Chamber

Partners Jon and Angie Sullivan and their team celebrated the grand opening of Global Relief Association for Crises & Emergencies (G.R.A.C.E ) with a chamber ribbon cutting on Dec. 4. G.R.A.C.E is located at 3150 Golf Ridge Boulevard in Douglasville.

Global Relief Association for Crises & Emergencies (G.R.A.C.E.) is a non-profit organization which promotes awareness and prevention of human trafficking, affords opportunities to go on mission in various places around the world, and provides Biblical Christian counseling services to adults of all ages, adolescents, couples, families, individuals, and groups. Since 2004, Jon has coordinated numerous local, national and international mission endeavors providing logistical and strategic development for various teams across five 
continents and a multitude of countries including Russia, Ukraine, Peru, Thailand, Canada, Africa, Jamaica, and several states within our United States of America.

Jon has a Bachelor of Arts in Ministry from Andersonville Seminary, a Master of Arts in Human Services: Marriage & Family Counseling from Liberty University, and is currently pursuing a PhD from Walden University in Human Services: Disaster, Crisis, & Intervention. He maintains licensure in the State of Georgia as a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor (LAPC). Additionally, he is certified through the International Fellowship of Chaplains as a Senior Chaplain, a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor, and a Certified Anger Management 

Jon provides counseling services at the G.R.A.C.E. headquarters. He brings years of experience as a pastor and church administrative leader to the counseling center. G.R.A.C.E. currently operates a sponsorship program servicing families inhabiting the slums in Pattaya, Thailand with children who are at high risk to be trafficked. Jon works closely with members of the Georgia Task Force for Human Trafficking. He has aligned with other organizations seeking to prevent trafficking, rescue victims, and restore victims of trafficking to Douglas County Chamber President and CEO, Kali Boatright, congratulated Jon and Angie on behalf of the Chamber. “The Douglas County Chamber is pleased to have you as a new member and more importantly for opening your home office in our community,” commented Boatright. “We look forward to helping you raise the awareness on such an 
important cause and promoting your organization as a member.”

Visit www.globalreliefassociation.com for more information or contact Jon and Angie at 678-715-GRACE.


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