Your donations of time, talents, funds, food, clothing, and participation to help directly support the mission of Jefferson County Community Ministries. How can you give?
Become a Volunteer
Your time and talents as a volunteer are always needed in all areas including:
Intake Office -Volunteer during the morning hours to greet and guide clients to requested services and Volunteer during the afternoon hours to assist clients accessing DHHR services
Program Offices-Volunteer for data entry and database development.
Clothing Closet - Organize clothing
Food pantry - Fill client food requests; stock shelves
Building Grounds- Volunteer for light and routine repairs, and an electrician
Other opportunities too numerous to mention
Become a Funder
Your donation of funds through general contributions, memorials, grants, and in-kind services help sustain our organization year-round. Please keep us in mind and use special moments in your life to help others who may be in need of a helping hand.
Become a Donor
Donations of food and clothing from individuals, businesses, and civic organizations are greatly appreciated. Gently used clothing, blankets, coats, and shoes for all ages are welcomed. All kinds of food pantry items, including cleaning supplies, pet food, diapers, and toiletries are accepted. Our Current Needs List is updated monthly and is available on the website and also through your local church representative.
Current Food Pantry Needs:
Tooth Brushes and paste
Pancake and syrup
Pork & beans
Regular instant coffee
Macaroni & Cheese
Clean baby food jars and size 4 Diapers
Current Clothing Closet Needs:
Plastic-Covered totes for clothing storage in the basement
Men's clothing- especially underwear, socks, shoes, work pants, boots, and jeans (sizes 32-50)
Boy's clothing- (sizes 12-16)
Towels and washcloths
Coats- for men, women, and especially children
Donít hesitate to contact us at www.jccm.us; email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, write us at 238 West Washington Street, Charles Town, WV 25414, or phone us at 304-725-3186 and Fax 304-724-6380. We welcome the opportunity to talk to you about GIVING to Jefferson County Community Ministries.
We value our friendship with our fellow partners. What we do-not only does it help the community, but makes our partnership that much stronger.
Spiritual Assembly of the Bahaíl Charles Town Baptist Asbury United Methodist Church, Charles Town Asbury United Methodist Church, Shepherdstown Bolivar United Methodist Church Camp Hill-Wesley United Methodist Church Charles Town Baptist Charles Town Presbyterian Chestnut Hill United Methodist Church Christ Reformed United Church of Christ Church of Christ, Scientist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Covenant Baptist Cross Point Church of God Engle United Methodist Church Grace Baptist Grace Episcopal Harvest Pointe Community Church Jesus the Open Door Church Leetown United Methodist Church Mannings Assembly of God Middleway United Methodist Church Millville United Methodist Church Murrill Hill United Methodist Church New Street United Methodist Church Oakland United Methodist Church Race Track Chaplaincy Shenandale United Methodist Church Shenandoah Memorial United Methodist Church Shepherdstown Lutheran Shepherdstown Ministerial Association Shepherdstown Presbyterian Silver Grove United Methodist Church Spiritual Assembly of the BahaíI St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church St. Bartholomewís Episcopal St. James Roman Catholic Church St. Johnís Baptist St. Johnís Episcopal, Harpers Ferry St. Johnís Lutheran, Harpers Ferry St. Peterís Lutheran St. Philipís Episcopal St. Thomas Lutheran Summit Point Baptist Summit Point United Methodist Church Trinity Episcopal Shepherdstown Zion Episcopal Church
Kabletown United Methodist Church Kingdom Life Cathedral Summit Point United Methodist Church Uvilla United Methodist Church Williams Memorial United Methodist Church Shenandoah Junction United Methodist Church The Bridge
We also allow volunteer services here at JCCM, for those who wish to help make this place a better one.
We offer fellow Job Corps students an internship so that they can come in and work in many different areas of Community Ministries. In exchange we give them their work base learning hours, career training, and help build their resumes for their future endeavors.