There are many ways to get involved with CMJC.  From making a donation, to volunteering in any of our outreach opportunities, CMJC will help find the right fit for you to help our families break the cycle of poverty.

Individuals & Families

CMJC volunteers are the heartbeat of our ministries. We rely upon our team of remarkable volunteers each day. With that being said, we need YOU too! We need you to help us provide the best care to each one of our guest; passionately serving our guests with love, dignity and respect! We need the person who has a professional skill to share and the person who enjoys serving behind the scenes, we need all types of people with different skills to make our ministries run efficiently.

CMJC desires to provide a variety of opportunities for individuals, families and the community to use their gifts and resources to assist the CMJC staff in breaking the cycle of poverty in Jackson County.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities for you and your family, please fill out the form below!


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Here are just some of the great local churches that partner with Compassionate Ministries of Jackson County to help us break the cycle of poverty:

The Beacon Church

Springport/N. Parma United Methodist Church

Immanuel Lutheran Church

First United Methodist Church

Pentecostal Lighthouse Church

First Church of the Nazarene

Queen of the Miraculous Medal Church

Central Wesleyan Church

Seventh Day Adventist Community Center

Harmony Baptist

Higby Street Church of Christ

Bethesda Church of God in Christ

There are many ways for our church partners to get involved in helping families break the cycle of poverty.  To learn more about how your church can support CMJC, please contact Fred Goff, fred.goff@cmjackson.org.

Businesses & Organizations

Improving our communities takes a lot of work. We know all too well that we can’t do it alone. The ability to partner effectively with businesses and organizations — both inside and outside the community — is absolutely essential to doing what we like to call “the work” of building healthy communities. Our community partners have included:

  • American Red Cross
  • Blackman Public Safety
  • DHHS of Jackson County
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Christian Motorcycle
  • Youth Haven Ranch
  • Prison Fellowship
  • Jackson Rotary Club
  • The Go-Go’s
  • Starr Commonwealth
  • Training & Treatment Innovations Inc.
  • United Way of Jackson
  • Printer Resource Plus
  • Anderson Printing
  • MSU Extension
  • Polly's Country Market
  • Sam's Club
  • Brooklyn Food Pantry
  • Arbor North Assisted Living
  • Consumers Energy Foundation
  • Jackson Housing Commission
  • Jackson Interfaith Shelter
  • Jackson Junior Welfare League
  • Community Action Agency VITA
  • Meijer
  • Panera
  • Springport Public Schools
  • Jackson Public Schools
  • Western School District
  • Northwest Schools
  • Lyle Torrant Center
  • Kit Young Center
  • Kiwanis Aktion Club
  • disAbility Connections
  • Jackson Friendly Home
  • John George Home
  • Allegiance Hospice Home
  • Hanover-Horton Community Schools