Areas of Service


 

During 2013-2014 academic year, we will have a monthly emphasis for to showcase, partner and celebrate one of the following organizations or ministry partners. 

 

August - Operation Baby Rescue
September - E3 Mentoring
October - A21
November - Operation Christmas Child
January - Crisis Ministries
February - Children's Miracle Network
March - Water Missions
April - Eagle Harbor Boy's Ranch

 

A21 Campaign

 

Human Trafficking is rising and alarming injustice happening in places around the world. You may have heard about it in Africa or Nepal but how about across the street from your childhood neighborhood? Human Trafficking involves the act of recruiting, transporting, transferring, harboring or receiving a person through a use of force, coercion or other means, for the purpose of exploiting them (men, women and children). For more info visit www.unodc.org. This year we will be working with the A21 East Coast group.

 

Children's Miracle Network

 

CMN Hospitals treat one in 10 children in North America each year. They touch lives of children and their families that suffer from common childhood afflictions or bigger challenges like birth defects  or cancer. Miss Charleston Southern University partners with CMN and the Miss SC Organization to raise funds for these hospitals.

 

Crisis Ministries

 

Crisis Ministries provides food, shelter and hope to end homelessness and hunger one person at a time, one family at a time. Along with serving a daily meal, these services include emergency housing, case management, primary health care, legal services, employment services and veteran services. Crisis Ministries is the largest homeless service provider in South Carolina.

 

E3 Mentoring (Seacoast Dream Center)

 

The e3 program aims to educate, elevate and empower young people in North Charleston to become leaders in their community and in the world. Mentors are trained and equipped to achieve the objectives of educating, empowering and elevating the students of the Dream Center by targeting on issues such as: staying in school, finding part-time work, character development and community service.

 

Eagle Harbor Boys Ranch

 

Eagle Harbor Boys Ranch is a place of refuge and shelter for children ages 6 to 21 who are orphaned, neglected, abused or abandoned. The organization desires to empower each child to rise above his past through love, structure and an opportunity to succeed in life. 



 

Habitat for Humanity

 

Habitat for Humanity exists to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from Dorchester & Berkeley counties, break the cycle of poverty fostered by inadequate housing and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. 



 

Operation Baby Rescue

 

This organization helps poverty stricken and unsanitized areas with relieff and hope for malnourished children in countries like Guatemala, Uganda and Haiti. Help us raise awareness and rescue at least one child ($1200).

 

Summerville Miracle League

 

Summerville Miracle League’s mission is to provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to play Miracle League baseball, promote community support and promote the construction of special facilities that meet the unique needs of the Miracle League players and their families.

 

Water Missions International

 

Water Missions is a Christian engineering organization serving the water and sanitation needs of people in developing countries and disaster areas. Their mission is to provide sustainable access to safe water and an opportunity to hear the “Living Water” message.

 

 

 


 

 

 

There are also one-time events that you can take part in to help better our community including:

 

Souper Bowl of Caring

 

February 2, 2014

 

 

 

Orlando Union Rescue Mission

 

Spring Break – March 10-14, 2014

 

 

 



For more information: 
Campus Service Learning Coordinator
Campus Ministries, Brewer Center
Julie Jogsma
Email: jjogsma@csuniv.edu
Phone: 863-7839

For tracking your service time, use our service time sheet.