About The JAM Trust
The JAM (Jesus and Me) Trust is a charitable organisation (OSCR number: SC039855) which was established in Scotland in September 2008.
The purposes of the Trust are the advancement of the Christian Gospel in East Kilbride and its environment.
The background to the trust began in August 2001 when the very first JAM Club was held in Stewartfield. This was a holiday club for local children where they played games, sang songs and learned from the Bible. This was so successful that a weekly JAM Club was organised to take place each Sunday in Stewartfield Community Centre.
The work of JAM expanded into other areas and the JAM Trust was established to further this work.
The Director of the trust is Dr Nagy Iskander.
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Our mission statement:
The purposes of the Trust are the advancement of the Christian Gospel in East Kilbride and its environment. To run a non-denominational Christian club for children and young adults in East Kilbride and its environs without any cost or charge, to run the club to help children under the age of 16 years to understand the basics of the Christian faith, to develop a healthy lifestyle with good moral standards and encourage youngsters to develop good citizenship and participate in the community which will be run by volunteers operating a strict child protection policy.