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Jefferson High School Football Team Gives to JCCM

The Jefferson High School Football team collected food donations for JCCM at their home games in the month of October. On Monday, they dropped off 229 lbs of food and a monetary donation collected from proceeds of the 50/50 raffle. Thank you to Coach Craig Hunter, Marshall Ford Sier, Spencer Powell, Tay’Shaun Roper and all […]

Jefferson High School Assists JCCM

JCCM was blessed with some additional volunteer assistance today with the arrival of students from the Jefferson High School Work Exploration Program.  The students learned about all that JCCM does in the community, and then spent the rest of the morning processing donated clothes for those in need.  It was a pleasure to have them […]

Generous Donation from the Motikeit Estate

Last week, JCCM had a visitor.  The visitor represented the estate of Frank and Deanna Avey-Motikeit who gave JCCM a considerable donation. Deanna grew up in Martinsburg and attended Hedgesville High School, Shepherd University, and Marshall University majoring in psychology.  Throughout their lives Deanna and her husband Frank were involved in social work and helping […]

Kable Team Realty Coat Drive

Thanks to the kindness of Kable Team Realty, and the generosity of our community, JCCM received a much needed donation of 125 winter coats!    The Kable Team gives back to the community in so many ways, including their annual September coat drive.   Also a special shout out to Jefferson Security Bank, and Inkwell’s Tavern for allowing […]

Jefferson County Social Collective

On September 27, 2022 Jefferson County Community Ministries’ Judy James was invited attend the Jefferson County Social Collective,  a newly formed organization where Ruby Naupac gives small businesses the opportunity to promote their companies. Ruby spoke of how JCCM had once helped her and her family and how much it meant to them. Because of […]

VA Partnership

Last week, JCCM was notified that the VA food pantry in Martinsburg was desperately in need of food.  JCCM partnered with the VA and delivered 500 lbs. of food.  We are very grateful for all veterans and their sacrifices as well as their families.  We look forward to continuing our relationship with the VA.

Looking for Emergency Shelter Volunteers

Shelter Volunteers Needed: In our continuing efforts to assist those in need in our community, Jefferson County Community Ministries is currently recruiting volunteers for our Cold Weather Shelter season; which runs from October 31st, through April 30th, 2023.  Volunteers watch over those in those in the shelter, each night, in a caring, and compassionate manner.  […]

Looking for Assistant Shelter Managers

JCCM is hiring part-time assistant managers to operate the Emergency Cold-Weather Shelter from November through March. Work will begin in September 2022 and continue through the first week in April 2023 for end of season activities. Shift work will be required, and specific schedules will be worked out when the full team has been assembled. […]

Weekly Food Needs

The JCCM food supply is dwindling and we could use your help.  Please look at the list and if you can assist, we thank you! Bottled Water, Spaghetti Sauce, Canned fruit, Canned pasta (Ravioli, Spaghetti O’s, etc), Canned meats (especially chicken), Canned beans, Canned vegetables (not green beans), Mac and Cheese, Soup (tomato and hearty […]

Jefferson Medical Center Staff Donation

The Jefferson Medical Center Medical Staff donated $5,000 to JCCM!   The staff participated in the JCCM United Way Unity Campaign in April, and we appreciate it very much.  JCCM is happy to have West Virginia University Medicine as one of our partners. Pictured are Keith Lowry, JCCM Executive Director; Dr. Brad Wright, President of the […]

Clothing Donations

JCCM will begin to take clothing donations again on February 1st. Thank you for your patience as we manage the abundance of current clothing donations. When we begin to take clothing again, cold weather clothing such as jackets and gloves are most needed.