JCCM thanks Rockwool and their staff for supporting JCCM and the community with their $5,000. We especially that Paul Espinoza for making it all happen!
The Bank of Charles Town Cares Foundation gave JCCM a $5,000 Christmas surprise donation today! Thank you to the foundation and the staff of the Bank of Charles Town for their generous donation. Pictured are Kristie Hadley of Cares Foundation and David Dalton of BCT.
Thank you to the Potato Hill Committee of Charles Town for their donation of 234 lbs of food! Pictured from left to right: Silas Johnson, Pam Murray, Paul Johnson, Ann Reeller, and Jeffery Berry. We are grateful for their contribution.
JCCM received a 1,599 pound food donation today from Colleen Collins in memory of Michael Galanos. Colleen and her family wore tee-shirts in remembrance of Michael that read, “Michael Galanos – Say Nope to Dope.” Colleen wanted to remember Michael by donating to JCCM where we help people with addiction recovery in addition to other […]
The yearly golf tournament brings much joy to those in need. Thanks to all who participated this effort!!!
The JCCM Cold Weather Shelter is up for the season. Those wishing to stay at the shelter should come to JCCM at 6 PM each night for check-in. Clients will be transported to the shelter location from JCCM, or given specific instructions when checking in for the night. Thanks to all who help!
https://www.shepherdstownchronicle.com/news/2023/10/06/the-neighbor-project- breaks-ground-shares-renovation-plans-on-new-properties/ SHEPHERDSTOWN — Jefferson County Community Ministries (JCCM) held its groundbreaking ceremony for “The Neighbor Project” at 214 Racetrack Street in Ranson, on September 28. Along with the two barns donated to JCCM by the City of Ranson last year, the groundbreaking was also held for JCCM’s recent acquisition of the three remaining buildings along Racetrack […]
Jefferson County Community Ministries Breaks Ground on New Community Services Center: The Neighbor Project Charles Town, WV – With over 40 years of service to the Jefferson County community, Jefferson County Community Ministries (JCCM) hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking to begin the construction of The Neighbor Project: a new Community Services Center for the county. Executive […]
We are excited and thankful! In June, U.S. Senator Joe Manchin and U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito submitted a funding request to the U.S. Senate’s Appropriations Committee to benefit Jefferson County Community Ministries. This congressional grant, totaling $1 million, would partially fund the development of Phase One of the construction of our new Jefferson County […]