Hookers for Jesus ‘trusting God’ after whistleblower complaint about human-trafficking grant from DOJ

By The Christian Post

Hookers for Jesus founder Annie Lobert | Facebook/Hookers for Jesus

Hookers for Jesus says it is “trusting God” after a whistleblower complaint named the group as one of two lesser qualified organizations that received more than $1 million in funding from a U.S. Justice Department anti-human trafficking grant program over other organizations.

An internal department memo cited in a Reuters report showed that as of Sept. 12, two long-established nonprofits – the Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach and Chicanos Por La Causa of Phoenix – were originally on the list of recommended grant winners after receiving high marks from outside contractors hired to review applications. Later that month, those two organizations were replaced by Hookers for Jesus and the Lincoln Tubman Foundation, which both received lower rankings and were not recommended for grants by outside reviewers.

A Sept. 23 memo says the change was made in an effort to “distribute funding across as many states as possible.” 

Source:The Christian Post