Breakaway Outreach is a faith-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Breakaway Outreach was founded by Jimmy and Cindy Larche. In 1987, Jimmy encountered the life-changing hope of the Gospel in a Florida juvenile detention center when he was 16-years old. He experienced new life as a result of intentional mentoring relationships. After rebounding from a childhood of abandonment and abuse, he dedicated his life to helping youth in crisis find a way out of their waywardness and hopelessness.
In 1996, Breakaway Outreach began as a small Bible study in a south Florida juvenile detention center. Now based out of Chattanooga, Tennessee, the organization pilots the National Network of Justice Ministries and is the catalyst for the E3 Missional Leadership Initiative, a commission to train, equip, and mobilize the next generation of missional youth leaders, multiplying gospel-centered movements in communities around the globe.
Some of our outreach efforts include:
- Serving low-income neighborhoods
- Feeding inner-city children
- After school and mentoring programs
- Summer camps for disadvantaged youth
- Serving prisoners’ kids
- Juvenile detention center ministries
- Urban community projects
- Short term mission trips