Raising Cane Farms Ministry Inc

Raising Cane Farms Ministry Inc

Who is the Raising Cane Farms Ministry Inc.?

Formed by Army veteran and homeless veterans counselor, retired Capt. James McCormick, Raising Cane Farms Ministry Inc. is a non-profit, ministry-based organization in rural West Virginia. It helps people who are in need by providing mentoring, training, prayer and therapy.

Raising Cane is a Christian ministry that does not seek to impose its beliefs on others. There is no requirement for membership or contributions, and everyone is welcome. Their sole purpose is to take up the example that Christ set, loving their neighbors as we love ourselves. As combat-wounded veterans themselves, community members realized that faith and farming helped them make a smooth transition from war to peace.

The Raising Cane Farms Ministry offers a comprehensive program of assistance to those planning to become farmers in the future. Their impact has been significant since 2010, and they help hundreds of veterans and their families start and change a new life using organic and natural approaches. An in-tune relationship between nature and the human body and soul produces health.

The program is primarily targeted towards assisting veterans in getting on with life after military service. However, anyone seeking a fresh start is welcome to apply.

RCFM Services

Strategic Planning Session

As part of our non-profit ministry, Raising Cane Farms Ministry Inc. provides free planning and coaching to assist you with setting your goals and obtaining resources that will enable you to achieve peace and harmony after service.

Christian-based counseling

Raising Cane Farm Ministry Inc.’s brick-and-mortar church, New Haven House of Prayer, serves everyone who needs Christian counseling and ministry services. On Facebook, @newhavenhouseofprayer, they hold a weekly religious service every Sunday. Join them and watch their recorded services for an encouraging word of hope after a service or a traumatic event in life.

Advocacy Services

Advocacy is essential to any endeavor to improve lives, get recognition, and provide services for our warriors, families, and those who desire to do the right thing and bring peace, harmony, and fairness to the world. Raising Cane Farms Ministry Inc. seeks individuals who share their ideas and would be interested in speaking and assisting in promoting a good cause.

How Do I Contact RCFM?

Address: PO Box 883, New Haven, West Virginia 25265

Phone No.: 1-304-206-6065

Email: james@raisingcanefarm.com

What Does RCFM Offer?

As a mentorship program, Raising Cane Farms teaches people how to use faith and farming to restore, heal and restore broken lives.


You need not walk through life alone. You can request prayer and consultation anytime, 24/7, by dropping a line at james@raisingcanefarm.com.

Thrift Shop

In addition to supporting ministry, Raising Cane Farm Ministry Inc. operates the Loving Faith Consignment Shop. It is a Christian consignment and retail business that supports the New Haven House of Prayer.

Contracts must be signed by consignors or anyone interested in becoming a consignor. Each sale is rewarded with a commission, and if the order is delivered safely to the buyer, you receive a contract fee per month.

Aside from friendly terms, they also meet to deliver items in the following locations: Spencer, Ripley, Ravenswood, Parkersburg, Mason, Pomeroy, Middleport, Gallipolis, Barboursville and Charleston.

There are options for donating to the group or selling at their store located at 301 Fifth St. in New Haven, WV 25265.

To receive information or to address any concerns about the program, get in touch with Heather McCormick at the following:

Email – heather@raisingcanefarm.com
Contact No. – 304-881-1189
Found on Facebook at Loving Faith Consignment.

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