The West Virginia Ministry of Advocacy and Workcamps (WVMAW) is a Christian ministry supported in part by the Presbyterian Church (USA) that offers the opportunity for discipleship by partnering with those in need whose lives have been devastated by natural disasters or by the disaster of poverty in areas of West Virginia.
We strive to serve people in ways that will be sustaining for the good of their communities as well as for the good of individuals and families.
We seek to treat all people with respect and dignity, regardless of their situation.
We seek to help people find safe, sanitary, and affordable housing.
We seek to find those opportunities for service, and to partner with other organizations involved in similar ministries.
We believe that God opens the doors that provide opportunities for ministries that can make a real difference in people lives.
We encourage spiritual and faith development among those who serve as well as those who are served by our efforts.
We believe that volunteers are called by God to be partners in ministry.
We seek to witness to the goodness of God by providing quality workmanship on all jobs we undertake.
We seek to encourage and enable mission leadership that will strengthen churches and community members, bringing new life and vitality to West Virginia and beyond.
We are committed to careful stewardship of all resources entrusted to our care.