Community Impact For Christ
Serving those in Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties
Community Impact for Christ (CIfC) is a faith based multifaceted outreach designed to meet the needs of our community.
For more complete and detailed information, including eligibility requirements and volunteer forms go to our web site by clicking HERE.
Our Mission. . . . The Community Impact for Christ outreach seeks to serve the needs of the uninsured and underserved in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties of South Carolina while demonstrating the love and compassion of Christ. These needs may include physical health, physical needs (clothing, food), emotional health, and spiritual guidance Our Strategy. . . . The CIfC will meet the physical, health, and spiritual needs of individuals and families; this will be pursued without regard to race, religion, sex, culture, language or any other ethnic difference.
Community Impact for Christ utilizes the campus of Old Fort Baptist Church in Summerville. The outreach is open every Monday evening. The doors open at 5:00pm with registration beginning at 5:30pm. Assistance begins at 6:00pm. (This outreach uses a system where clients are issued a number upon entering the building and numbers are drawn at random for service. No line is permitted.)
For more information concerning services and other details of the outreach, you may contact CIFC by phone at (843) 697-9504 or by email at email@example.com. (The office of Old Fort Baptist Church has limited information regarding CIFC services and is instructed to refer calls to the CIFC phone number listed above.)
Below is a list of services that we offer to our clients. CIfC is always in need of volunteers like you to help in our outreach to the community.
Medical/Dental . . .
Physical health is addressed through ministry of physicians, dentists, optometrists, nurses, and other health related ministry . NOTE: at this time our dentists are only extracting teeth.
Vision Screening . . .
Licensed Optometrists screen, prescribe, and fit eye glasses to improve vision.
Prayer . . .
Volunteers are always available to pray with anyone who has the need.
Food . . .
A food pantry is maintained to supply groceries to each family once a month. A free meal,is offered to anyone each week.
Clothing . . .
A clothing closet offers good, clean clothing to meet immediate need of men, women and children.
Kids Impact . . .
Activities are provided each week for the children of the families seeking services.
Money Management . . .
Counseling is available in areas of Biblical financial management.
Job Search Guidance . . .
The Job Search Guidance Team provides guidance and assistance to Clients in their search for gainful employment. Guidance is provided to clients in using the most productive methods in the job search process and to help them to prepare and present themselves in the best possible manner in the credentials preparation (application, resume) and interview activities.