Charitable Work

Waveland, MS

John volunteered his services for one week a month to serve on the Hurricane Disaster Relief Team in Waveland - Bay St. Louis, Mississippi which was completely annihilation from Hurricane Katrina. Churches from every part of the country sent teams of people to help the disaster victims. As interim director, John's main responsibility was to provide safe food and lodging. He also provided orientations and assessed each individual's skill level to allow them to be placed on a task where they would be most effective. John also coordinated equipment and material. It was our privilege to be able to help Fellowship Hall build a new office, kitchen, classrooms and bathrooms for the Christian Missionary Alliance Southern Region. Hurricane Katrina Gallery

Habitat for Humanity

Improving the quality of life for others is one of the main goals of John Mirenda Construction, Inc. Habitat for Humanity is one such organization for whom we volunteer our construction knowledge and skills. At the regular weekly meeting, the building committee meets to review work in progress and schedule future work. Our entire office staff chips in to help. For the year of 2007, John Mirenda was named Volunteer of the Year by Habitat for Humanity. John was deeply honored to receive this award.

Galveston, TX

When John Mirenda heard that Hurricane Ike would be hitting Galveston, TX as a Catergory 2 hurricane in September of 2008, he knew he had to be there to help.  He made arrangemnets to get to Galveston two days after the hurricane was scheduled to hit.  When John arrived, there was destruction and debris everywhere.  After touring the area, he found a group of volunteering handing out supplies and cooking for the local residents whose homes were completely destroyed.  John Mirenda hopped on the grill for the makeshift relief center and was able to feed 1,500 to 2,000 victims each day. Hurricane Ike Gallery

Upper Township Building & Grounds Committee Member

John Mirenda volunteers his time with the Upper Township Building & Grounds in an effort to improve the community of his hometown.

Coastal Christian Building & Grounds Chairman

"For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve", Mark 10:45

Christmas Bike Donation - 2016

Donated bicycles were brought to Tuckahoe Bike Shop for maintenance by John Mirenda Construction, Inc.  JMCI then donated the refurbished bikes to First Baptist Church of Woodbine for distribution to children in need.