The James Boys provide four main services each year exclusively to residents of Clay County in need of assistance, including many aging Veterans. These services include: building handicap ramps, refurbishing/repairing bicycles, making home repairs and working with Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc.
The Bicycle Ministry at Orange Park United Methodist Church is a group of volunteers who spend countless hours throughout the year repairing bicycles in order to be given to people in need. Typically, this dedicated group gives away over 700 bicycles through the J.P. Hall Charities Christmas Celebration. They are open to new volunteers and happy to teach the art of repairing bicycles and making them safe.
Contact Elmer Posick at (904) 465-3679 for more information.
Our Ramp Ministry provides a vital service to Orange Park and all of Clay County. Each week, we send a team of volunteers out to provide a ramp for someone in our community who is in need of our assistance. This dedicated team of volunteers provides the ramp based on need and works closely with local organizations for funding and permitting. They meet a critical need in our community and we are very proud of the amazing ministry they do.
Contact Gray Chandler for more information at (904) 213-1121.