James Island Outreach was born almost 30 years ago as the communities of James Island and Folly Beach called out for help after the devastation of Hurricane Hugo. This call was answered by the churches, civic organizations, local government and volunteers of our community. Since that time, James Island Outreach has been serving our neighbors […]
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Our excitement about the imminent move and transfer of operations to our new facility on Camp Road is intensified by our selection of Scott Graule, our new Executive Director. At our JIO Board meeting this week, Scott’s appointment was confirmed by unanimous vote. Scott brings an impressive professional background to his work as Executive Director. He served […]
Dear Partners of the James Island Outreach, The members of the Board of the James Island Outreach invite you to our new facility at 1872-C Camp Road on Saturday, June 30th at 1:00 p.m. to attend a Consecration and Walk-Through Prayer service. We hope that you and all of our brothers and sisters in faith […]
Mark you calendars for August 11, 2018! We are excited to announce our grand opening celebration of the new James Island Outreach located at 1872-C Camp Road! All are invited to attend! 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
“Helping Neighbors -Uniting Community” Our new logo features a lighthouse rising above storm clouds. Traditionally a lighthouse symbolizes hope and salvation. It is also fitting since JIO severs the coastal communities of James Island and Folly Beach. Matthew 5:16 King James Version (KJV)16: “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your […]
The National Council for Aging Care is dedicated to helping communities across the country educate seniors and those who care for them. The Facts Behind Senior Hunger: http://www.aginginplace.org/the-facts-behind-senior-hunger addresses some of the causes, complications, and cures for senior food insecurity.
All Past, Present, and Future Friends of James Island Outreach, I am writing on behalf of James Island Outreach. We are a local charity which helps provide food, emergency medicine and utilities, and referrals for those in our James Island and Folly Beach community in need of assistance. James Island Outreach was first created in […]
We are sorry to report there will be no Taste of James Island this year. There are a number of factors which influence the board’s decision on this but one of the main reasons is that we are overwhelmed with the construction and move to our new location.